Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Growth Mindset Bulletin Board Ideas

Growth Mindset Bulletin Boards

Students need to know about having a growth mindset versus a fixed mindset. From elementary school to high school, students need to practice shaping their attitude about their abilities, into a positive mindset. Using growth mindset bulletin posters is an easy way to create a growth mindset bulletin boards with very little prep. I made some printable posters here, and others can be found on Amazon like the ones you'll see in this post. Just to give you some ideas, check out the pictures below to get inspired using posters to make growth mindset door displays and bulletin boards. 

As an Amazon affiliate, I may earn a commission for purchases using my links. Learn moreThe ideas and paid links below are based on Amazon finds that make beautiful Growth Mindset Bulletin Boards.

What's Your Mindset (#ad) bulletin board using posters

Rainbow themed Growth Mindset Posters 
Rainbow themed Growth Mindset Bulletin Board Posters (#ad). The first one with the black background really stands out. These colorful tassels (#ad) were added along with this rainbow border trim (#ad).

Confetti Growth Mindset Posters (#ad) This teacher added a matching confetti border trim and black bulletin board background to her growth mindset posters.

Use growth mindset posters to make a bullein board

These Grow Your Mindset positive saying accents are pre-laminated and they make beautiful growth mindset bulletin boards. The second bulletin board looks warm and welcoming with a wood paper background and a burlap border trim. It could work for a farmhouse theme.



Change your Words, Change Your Mindset - Growth Mindset Bulletin Board Set

By the way, when making bulletin boards, you have to have the best tools. I put together some helpful laminating tips in this blog post.

See printable growth mindset posters in this blog post. More bulletin board ideas will be added soon.

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