Strive to give your children more encouraging words than praise words. Encourage your kids for their efforts and attitudes. Children who receive more encouragement over parise are more resilient. Because they are focused on their effort and believe they can change their circumstances through determination or learning, they are not as shaken by adversity.
30 Things To Say If You Want To Teach Kids About Growth Mindset
30 Things To Say If You Want To Teach Kids About Growth Mindset -- How do you communicate with your kid so as to instil a growth mindset with him/her? Mind your way of speaking, a minor change can bring a huge impact on their perspectives!
Are you trying to help your students build their self esteem or to take pride in themselves? These 2 worksheets are ideal for doing just that. Students will write about positive events, positive comments from others, and positive self talk in order to show them how wonderful they are.
Here’s what’s been up in my class lately. We have been furiously working through the Writing Units of Study from TRWP, whose first unit is on personal narratives.Behavior-wise, October is a weird and wacky month for behavior so I put up two charts for behavior reminders. One is the SLANT chart to promote attentive listening and the 2 Stars & 1 Wish chart to remind students of positive comments before critiques of others. So far, so good…We’ll see what happens the ...