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Teach Growth Mindset with Growth Mindset STEM Activity and STEAM Directed Drawing Activities!
Students learn and develop a Growth Mindset through STEAM and STEM! Growth Mindset STEAM / STEM works as a companion to the books Ish, Sky Color and The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds.
Students increase drawing skills through drawing specific items multiple times and asking "How can I improve on this?" A directed drawing worksheet helps students develop a better technique for their drawing.
For The Dot STEM Activity, students plan, design, and execute their own ideas while building a tower out of index cards and dot stickers. After they have completed their activity, there is time for reflection on what worked and what didn't.
A Growth Mindset Worksheet is included to help students look at how having a Growth Mindset can help them improve.
Aligns with Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
-Teacher Instructions (with photos)
-Student Planning and Reflection Pages
-Directed Drawing Worksheet
-Growth Mindset Worksheet
-STEAM / STEAM Journal
-Common Core Standards
What teachers are saying about these resources!
"Excellent activities to use to introduce growth mindset. I look forward to reading the books and combining these activities with them! Thanks for a very thorough and detailed product!"
"Love the literacy connections of these activities. Product is exactly as described in the preview."
"This is beyond perfect. As an Arts-Integration school, we strive to incorporate that (A) in STEM, and adding growth mindset is just phenomenal! Thank you Carly and Adam!"
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