I am a huge fan of Carol Dweck’s research on growth mindset. One of my favorite concepts that she talks about is the power of the word, Yet. By adding the word Yet to fixed mindset statements, you teach children to persevere toward their goals. For example, instead of “I can’t do it”, students learn to say, “I can’t do it, Yet.”
Using a play on words, Students will learn from adorable Yeti characters how to use the Super Power of YETI (yet) when faced with challenging tasks.
Included in this product:
*Super Power of Yeti chant/poem (colored 8X11 printable)
“When things seem hard,
Please don’t fretty.
Say to yourself,
“I’m just not ready.”
Take a deep breath;
Keep your mind steady.
Here to the save the day...
The super Power of
*Individualized Super Power of Yeti poems (smaller versions that can be taped to student’s desks)
*What is the Super Power of YET printable
*2 practice worksheets, helping students learn how to write YETI (yet) statements.