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Daily Growth Mindset Journal Writing Prompts Morning Work Multi-Level BUNDLE

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These multi-level growth mindset journal prompts can be used as a morning warm-up bell ringer activity, a morning meeting, or an early finisher activity.

Delivery Method: Instant Digital Download 

Pages: 72 PDF pages + Google Slides

Description

Growth Mindset Journal Prompts Multi-Level BUNDLE:

This BUNDLE includes primary growth mindset journal prompts as well as upper-grade prompts.

PRIMARY GROWTH MINDSET PROMPTS:

These Journal Prompts are perfect for any 1st-3rd grade classroom.

This product was created for students and teachers working on a growth mindset in their classrooms.

This growth mindset file includes the following:

  • Teacher Notes
  • Tricky Tasks Prompt
  • It’s Too Hard Prompt
  • Perseverance Prompts
  • Obstacles Prompt
  • The Success of Others Prompt
  • Positive & Negative Thoughts
  • Famous Quote Prompt
  • Reflections and MORE

Please note that if your students are not familiar with fixed mindset and growth mindset, they will need some basic information prior to using these journal prompts in order to understand the connection to growth mindset. This might mean that you give a brief explanation for each prompt prior to completing each activity.

There are 20 different journal prompts as well as a page for teacher tips, and optional back pages (blank lines if you choose to copy front-to-back for students to have extra space to write).

UPPER-LEVEL GROWTH MINDSET PROMPTS:

These Growth Mindset Journal Prompts are perfect for any 4th grade (and UP) classroom. Please note that 4th-grade students may need extra explanation and discussion time to comprehend all the concepts and questions fully, but are fully capable of the reflection that is required.

In this growth mindset journal prompts file, you will find:

  • teacher tips
  • metacognition prompts
  • inspiration prompts
  • perseverance prompts
  • famous thinker prompts
  • reframe your mindset prompt
  • self-talk prompts
  • would you rather? prompts
  • taking risks prompts
  • challenges prompt
  • growth mindset application prompts

This product was created for students and teachers who are working on a growth mindset in their classrooms. Please note that if your students are not familiar with fixed mindset and growth mindset, they will need some introductory information prior to using these journal prompts.

There are 20 different journal prompts as well as a page for teacher tips, and optional back pages (blank lines if you choose to copy front-to-back for students to have extra space to write.

NOTE: THESE FILES INCLUDE A DIGITAL DISTANCE LEARNING OPTION!

These products include a digital option (as well as the no-prep printable option). The instructions for utilizing the digital portion appear at the end of the packet.

This bundled file includes 72 PDF pages + Google Slides.

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  1. Amber McClimens 

    Great resource! Thanks!

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