Help inspire a growth mindset with these cognitive behavioral re-frame spinner webs. After piecing your preferred spinner together, simply spin a new mindset like Charlotte did. Children and teens will choose positive words from the spinner web to create a growth mindset sentence. Worksheets are included to organize thinking and for later self-affirmation referencing.
You may print and create one spinner for an entire group discussion or use for each individual. The activity is a great introduction to cognitive restructuring in individual therapy, group counseling, and classroom instruction.
Resource includes 5 color and color friendly growth mindset spinners, and five matching worksheets. The spinners and worksheets are differentiated for diverse learners. Each spinner includes the following content:
Spinner 1: Topics and growth mindset words, such as yet, trying, learning, chose to, and will try.
Spinner 2: Growth mindset words and fixed mindset (poisonous) words, such as never, should, can’t, unfair, and fail. This one is my favorite. I use it outside of the activity when I catch children using thinking errors. I ask them to pull out their web spinner to identify the poisonous word they are using and to replace it with a more helpful word on the spinner.
Spinner 3: Topics and positive affirmation words, such as kind, flexible, resilient, brave, and responsible.
Spinner 4: Topics, positive affirmation words, and growth mindset words.
Spinner 5: Topics, fixed mindset (poisonous) words, and growth mindset words.
Supplies needed: Scissors and brass paper fasteners to attach to the spinner.
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