Growth Mindset Can Transform Your Child
With a growth mindset, kids are empowered because they realize they're in charge of their own intelligence and performance.
They stop stressing about mistakes and not being perfect, begin enjoying the process of learning, and are more open to feedback. Phrases like "I can't do this" or "I am not good at this" become things of the past. They start speaking a different language, like:
"I am learning!"
"I can always improve!"
"I try hard and I get better!"
Sounds amazing, doesn't it? Growth mindset can do wonders for kids.
Jennifer Ure Brimhall
The Big Life Journal teaches character building, builds relationships and inspires children to have a larger vision.
I passionately love this journal. It's such a beautiful and meaningful way to create lasting memories and a growth mindset for your tiny human!
We've been captivated by the sweet images and the motivational quotes. We LOVE our journal and can't wait to open it each week!
The Big Life Journal inspires kids to dream big and go after their dreams.
As parents, we want our kids to achieve their biggest dreams in life. We want them to be fulfilled, happy, to live with a purpose.
This journal will help your child reach their fullest potential.
It will inspire your child to dream big and make a difference. It will help them develop life skills necessary for success like persistence, resilience, taking action, positivity, and more.
The Big Life Journal is the perfect guidebook for parents to learn teaching points, and for kids to put them in action.
The Big Life Journal is perfect for children of all ages - teaching them to dream big, talk about their feelings and chronicle what's going on in their life, one fun activity at a time
As a 5th grade special education teacher, this journal is the perfect guidebook to help navigate my students to be more confident learners.
The journal inspires kids with stories.
Kids love reading stories about how other people achieved their dreams! So we wrote stories to inspire by example.
There's a story about Thomas Edison and how he failed 10,000 before he finally invented a light bulb.
There's a story about J.K. Rowling and how she received dozens of rejections before publishing her first Harry Potter book.
There's a story about Elon Musk and how he dreamt as a little boy about traveling to the Moon,
and many more!
Research shows numerous benefits for kids who learn mindfulness.
Mindfulness is simply paying attention to this moment, right now. Noticing not only your breath, but what you are hearing, seeing, what emotions you may have and what body sensations you are experiencing.
Kids experience numerous benefits when they learn to be more mindful: increased attention span, better emotional regulation and self-awareness, to name a few.
In the journal, we introduce the concept of mindfulness to children (and parents) through a story, writing prompts, and simple mindfulness exercises.
Kids who journal are less stressed, more creative, and master self-expression.
Journaling is a great way for kids to disconnect from technology and learn how to express their feelings and thoughts.
In fact, if kids are able to acquire the habit of journaling they will experience tremendous benefits throughout their lives: stress reduction, enhanced intuition and creativity, self-discovery, better problem-solving, and even improved physical well-being.
It's never too early to start developing this habit.
The journal inspires deep, thoughtful conversations.
Do you ever wonder if you spend enough time talking about important things with your child? Sometimes we get caught up in the routines (homework, dinner, bath, etc.) and there's no time for deep, meaningful conversations about life, the world, and the important things in life.
Big Life Journal creates time for you to sit together with your child and really communicate.
A child chooses a Journal Buddy (a parent or a grandparent) to share the journal with. Together with a Journal Buddy, they embark on the journey of exploring life-changing concepts like optimism, persistence, and embracing failure.