Growth Mindset Activity Journal for Children ages 6-12
The secret to success is failure.
A lot of failure!
But how do we teach this to children? How can we expect our kids to bounce back, try again or reach for the stars when it can hurt so badly when they fail?? The answer is that it’s a process. None of us wake one morning with a positive, growth mindset. It takes practice and intention. But, it IS possible. In my new children’s activity journal we cover over 200 activities and conversation starters for teaching your child or classroom a healthy, resilient mindset.
This activity journal teaches confidence, resilience, self esteem, cooperation, consideration, compassion, empathy, problem solving, relationship building and so much more!
Begin practicing daily compassion, confidence and more!
Are you interested in boosting your child’s resilience and positive thinking?
These bundles of love share over two hundred activities and conversation starters for families practicing a growth mindset. It only takes a few mindful minutes a day to create the best version of yourself.
Each page is beautifully designed to engage your children and stimulate creative, resilient thinking. From fill in the blank and thoughtful Q and A to mindfulness colouring pages, this journal has it all.
The glossy, laminated cover protects from daily wear and tear while the wire binding makes this easy to use. This exciting journal is best suited for children six years old and up (or when you believe they’re able to follow meaningful reasoning and problem solving).
Receiving some love from our families!
Over 200+ activities for your children to practice:
About the Author
Simply Kids was created by Stephanie Wicker - a child behaviour expert, parenting educator, counsellor and speaker - who has successfully guided families through early childhood for over 15 years. Through her experience with private consultancy, as a preschool teacher and special needs therapist she has worked across many facets of early childhood behaviour.
She hosts live training events all over Australia, where she shares her practical solutions and language techniques, along with providing private, in-home therapy sessions for those seeking more personalised support.
Our goal at Simply Kids is to keep behaviour simple, with family resources such as digital books and educational activities designed to empower parents to guide their children through life’s challenges calmly and mindfully.