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Mrs. Cernaro

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The Power of YET!

We have to work every day to learn new things and keep trying even when it's hard. Being able to say we don't know how to do something, YET, is powerful. We can do it, if we keep trying. 1. After watching the video, add tap the add button. 2. label pencil Use the label or pencil tool to share something on the first slide that you can do. 3. label pencil Use the label or pencil tool on the second slide to share something else that you can do. 4 .label pencilUse the label or pencil tool to share something that you can't do YET, but want to learn! 5. On the last slide, use the pen drawing tools to draw a picture imagining yourself doing what you can't do YET! 4. rec BONUS! Record yourself reading the slides! 5. check Tap the check button to submit this activity when you are finished. 👨‍👧 Family Why: Having a growth mindset helps students try new things and recognize the importance of effort and hard work.

3rd Grade, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, English Language Learners, Home Learning, Social Emotional Learning
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Encourage students to try new things even if it is hard while they are learning at home. Families can help support growth mindset by encouraging their children to try new things and celebrate mistakes and effort. Our brains grow so much when we try new things and make mistakes. CASEL - Self Awareness - The ability to accurately recognize one’s own emotions, thoughts, and values and how they influence behavior. The ability to accurately assess one’s strengths and limitations, with a well-grounded sense of confidence, optimism, and a “growth mindset.”