Growth Mindset Posters #2

Growth Mindset Posters #2
Growth Mindset Posters #2
Growth Mindset Posters #2
Growth Mindset Posters #2
Growth Mindset Posters #2
Growth Mindset Posters #2
Growth Mindset Posters #2
Growth Mindset Posters #2
Product Rating
1 Rating
File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

3 MB|41 pages
Product Description
These growth mindset posters and cards are perfect for getting your students in a ready-to-learn mindset as the students transition out of summer and back to school! Hang these posters in your room, use them as coloring pages (for early finishers, room decor) or let students make and keep for themselves (on their desks/ notebooks for encouragement, etc).

This Growth Mindset Poster Set #2 is part of the Growth Mindset bundle (the bundle has 24 quotes total - available in poster size AND smaller card size, color and b&w!) This poster set includes an intro about growth mindset, a list of ideas for using these in the classroom and the following 12 posters, in both color and black and white (table of contents included!):

Yes you can!
Make yourself proud
If my “Plan A” doesn’t work, there are 25 more letters
Everything I don’t know is something I can learn
You become what you believe
I can improve if I keep trying
It is only impossible if you think it is
I am a problem solver
My effort and attitude make all the difference.
I like to challenge myself!
I can’t
I can choose my attitude
**BONUS: “Growth Mindset” banner

What is a growth mindset, exactly? It means that you believe your skills and abilities will continue to improve with work, practice and perseverance. This will help your students face tough challenges, bounce back from setbacks, and be open to learning. Compare this to a fixed mindset, which means you believe your skills/ abilities are something you are born with - you either have them or you don’t.

Fixed mindset: “I’m not good at math. I can’t do this. I’ll never get it.”
Growth mindset alternative: “I don’t understand this yet. If I keep trying, I will get it.”

As a social worker in two elementary schools, I am always working with my students to develop a growth mindset to help them be open and motivated to learn. I LOVE getting to create these designs for you - and hope you and your students love them, too!

Thanks and love!
Total Pages
41 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
Report this Resource
Digital Download
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up