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Download: Growth Mindset Activities for Kids

By Amanda Morin

Is your child willing to take on challenges and keep working on them despite setbacks? That’s a sign of a growth mindset—believing that abilities can improve over time. But some struggling learners have a fixed mindset. They think that their abilities are set and won’t ever improve, even with effort.

Developing a growth mindset is a process. You can help your child move from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset with the help of these fun activities. Use these downloads to help your child start thinking, “What’s next?” and “I can”—instead of “I’m done” and “I can’t.”

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15 Growth Mindset Questions to Ask

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Growth Mindset Action Plan

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