Growth Mindset Bell Ringers- Quick and Easy Daily Growth Mindset Warm-Ups:
You’ve learned about growth mindset concepts and you know that you want to implement them in your classroom, right? The concepts resonate with you and you understand that student achievement can be heavily impacted by it but you’re not sure where to begin. I get it.
Part of the problem is that you have NO TIME. You’re charged with the task of teaching ALL THE THINGS. Fifteen hours of instruction squished into 5.5 hours of instruction per day. How can you possibly solve that problem?
Part of your answer lies in creating a culture of growth mindset in your classroom, but you need more. You want some direct instruction that is easy, requires virtually no preparation, and is ultimately impactful and effective.
Daily growth mindset bell ringers are your answer.
It doesn’t have to be complicated… and it’s not.
If you already include bell ringer warm-ups in your classroom or you dedicate a few minutes to class meetings or mindful moments, you are already 90% there!
Pull it all together with Daily Growth Mindset Bell Ringer Warm-Ups.
How Do Growth Mindset Bell Ringers Work?
Students walk into your classroom each morning. Meanwhile, you’re taking attendance, talking to parents, dealing with homework… you know how it goes. Arrival is the definition of multi-tasking.
When students internalize arrival expectations, you save yourself a minimum of 10 minutes each day. Setting up procedures and routines for morning work ensures that you don’t also have to deal with off-task behaviors and confusion.
Asking students to warm-up with growth mindset activities solves all these issues but also has the added benefit of setting an esteeming and productive classroom tone.
Daily Growth Mindset Instruction:
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No matter what grade level you teach in elementary school, I’ve got you covered with full year products here:
- K-1st Grade Growth Mindset Bell Ringers
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Each week covers important topics that are developmentally appropriate. You will see topics on parts of the brain, neurons, perseverance, grit, making mistakes, the power of YET, accepting feedback, overcoming obstacles, self-talk, failure, motivation, resilience, and much more!
Building on growth mindset concepts from week to week gives students the added benefit of digging deeper into their own beliefs, strengths, and areas they’d like to improve.
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Reviews from teachers who have purchased these bell ringer warm-ups:
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Jenny L. said… “We used this everyday and my student absolutely loved the activities and consistently reflected back on topics we had learned throughout the year.“
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Tammy A. said… “I downloaded the free two weeks originally. After only one week, I was starting to see a difference in how my students were approaching math. They were more positive and willing to put forth effort that they had not previously displayed. I decided to keep this going by getting the entire bundle. It is so well thought out and organized. Thank you for such a wonderful product!“
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Jennifer M. said… “I have been using this resource in my classroom for a few months now and the students have really responded well. It has opened the lines of communication and brought out some feelings I was not even aware some students had. I put up a mirror decorated as a flower and have the students say the self affirmation in the mirror.“