Growth Mindset Lesson! Parents, Teachers Can Work On With Young Ones at Home or Distance Learning
What kid do you know who doesn't love a good old fashioned fortune teller? This paper craft game will not only have your students begging to play more, but will also help them build on their growth mindset skills as they assemble their game, problem-solve while reading directions, and verbalize thei...
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Cute. Stand Up For What Is Right Even If You Are Standing Alone. Need to do a FHE lesson on this.
30 Quotes About Children and Nature That Will Inspire Outdoor Play • Little Pine Learners
Here are 30 quotes about children and nature that will inspire outdoor play. After reading through these inspirational quotes, you’ll be ready to get out into nature to climb trees, go rock hunting, and chase butterflies! Outdoor play and exploration is an important part of childhood. When outdoors, children are given the chance to exercise, […]
FREE! Parents Can Use this Free Growth Mindset & Coping Statements Poster With Children at Home!
Discouragement is normal. Everyone feels it. Plus, it is one of surest stepping stones to success. When we feel discouraged, we are given the opportunity to develop a growth mindset, positive self-talk, self-efficacy, and a strong internal locus of control. Having a growth mindset is like having a c...
Five for Friday!
It feels like an age since I've linked up with Doodle Bugs and shared a Five for Friday post! Time to jump back on the bandwagon and start 2015 with some photo randomness. :) I'm not usually the type of person who makes resolutions at the beginning of a new year... as a matter of fact setting a goal usually makes me feel stressed (is that weird?!). But this year there's a few things that I already do that I just wanted to make more of a conscious effort to stay on top of - so I made my self…
Avoiding the Phrase 'Makes Me', and What to Say Instead.
Blog post by Larissa Dann 17 November 2015, on Gordon Training International Photo courtesy ShutterstockWe use the phrase “makes me” in situations where we are impacted by things our children do – by their actions, or their behaviour. Often, we’ll say, “makes me” with the best of intentions – we just want our children to know how we feel.My question is: does my child’s action
Mentally and Emotionally Strong Kids Have Parents Who Teach Them These 10 Things-Word From The Bird
Positive parenting tips | Here are 10 important things your kids will learn from you as their parent, whether you like it or not. It's your choice whether it's a healthy version or not. #parenting #hacsk #tips #advice #lifewithkids #raisingkids #mentalhealth