Collaborative learning is a useful way to enhance a growth mindset. Learning in groups allows children to find solutions with the support of their peers. With this in mind, we came up with the following activities which can be done individually or in groups.
Colouring-in sheets for the classroom that focus on positive self-talk and affirming messages.
Painted rocks are such a great activity for children to do. Building confidence and self-esteem through fun activities is a great way to encourage positive mindsets.
Procrastination has become something of a curse word and art-form in the modern teacher. We have something important that needs to be done and yet, somehow, we find ourselves doing a string of other things instead. Sound familiar? The idea that we’re not working on the “big” projects is seen as a negative. We’re procrastinating, so that must be a bad thing, right? You may be surprised to learn that there are benefits to this practice, some of which you’ll find below.