If you are an elementary teacher looking for growth mindset videos for kids, then you found the right place! Videos are a great way to teach social emotional learning skills at the elementary level. They provide both an engaging and informative experience for students to learn about social emotional learning skills. Check out three great growth mindset videos for elementary students below!
3 Growth Mindset Videos for Elementary Students
Below are 3 quality videos for teaching your elementary students about growth mindset.
1. Growth Mindset Ted Talk Video
TedxYouth Ted Talk about having a mindset of a champion. The boy giving the Ted Talk explains the difference between a growth mindset and fixed mindset. The boy talks about his experience learning how to read and how he learned to have a growth mindset, the mindset of a champion. After watching the video, have students practice adding “yet” to the ends of their sentences. Instead of saying “I can’t do it” say “I can’t do it, yet.” This video is 6 minutes and 49 seconds long.
2. Class Dojo Growth Mindset Video
This is a Class Dojo video about Mojo learning to have a growth mindset. After watching the video, ask students how their brains are like muscles. Ask students if they think Mojo can become smarter. This video is 2 minutes and 36 seconds long.
3. Growth Mindset Video
This video provides an overview of what a growth mindset and fixed mindset are and how to use a growth mindset to believe in yourself. Pause at :26 and ask students what a growth mindset is. Pause at :41 and ask students what a fixed mindset is. Ask students if they would rather have a fixed mindset or a growth mindset. This video is 2 minutes and 10 seconds long.
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In closing, we hope you found these 3 Growth Mindset videos for kids helpful! They are a great way to engage your students while learning about this important social emotional learning skill. If you enjoyed this post, then you may also be interested in these other posts about social emotional learning.