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Purchase this kit or join GrowthMinded and easily find a resource for your child's exact needs, whether it's boosting their confidence, resolving sibling fights, or addressing disrespectful behavior. We collected our popular printables, exclusive print-free activities, and parenting scripts inside GrowthMinded. Now, finding what you need is super easy!

Our Resilience Kit is a collection of printable worksheets, posters, and activities designed to help children develop grit, resilience, and perseverance.

With these fun and engaging activities, your children or students will learn how to:

  • Cope in spite of setbacks
  • Welcome mistakes as opportunities to grow
  • Overcome obstacles

Children will discover that resilience can be learned like any other skill. It just takes practice and patience.

This collection of printables helps children develop their inner grittiness, putting them on the path to happiness and success.

This is a digital product. Nothing will be mailed.


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06/03/2018
Laurie O.
United States

Terrific product!

The Challenges Kit is terrific! My 2nd grader and 5th grader both benefited from using it. It's engaging and multi-sensory, which is great for my kids who learn differently.

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06/02/2018
Meghan D.
United States

Perfect for my 5 and 7 year old

These printables are a great way to use the Big Life Journal idea with kids that aren't quite ready for the actual journal. My kids really enjoy working on these projects.