Big Life Journal Ebook

This guided journal is the world’s first growth mindset book created specifically for children. 

Growth mindset activities help children recognise their ability to learn and motivates them to harness the power of their own mind.

Best suited to ages 7-11

*This is a printable product

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The Big Life Journal Ebook is packed with stories, poems, quotes, illustrations and writing prompts. This guided journal is the world’s first growth mindset book created specifically for children. Growth mindset activities help children recognise their ability to learn and motivates them to harness the power of their own mind. It can help children learn to embrace challenges, to persevere, and to grow from feedback. Through stories, children will get inspired by failures and successes of people like Elon Musk, J.K. Rowling, Walt Disney, and others.

Our guided children’s journal is broken down into 26 weeks with each week covering a new theme or topic including:

Make a Difference in the World
Dream Big
Follow Your Heart
You Are Not What You Have
Believe in Yourself
Take Action
Be Persistent
Effort is Key
Love Learning
Be Mindful
Be Grateful
Failure is Learning
Be Positive

The Big Life Journal lets children learn at their own pace in an exciting and organised way. With colourful illustrations, plenty of space to draw and write, and guided worksheets to help them discover important life lessons, this children’s journal will help them enjoy learning.

Each license is valid for one educator/classroom with 1-35 students, one practitioner, or one family.

Note: the download link will NOT work on your phone or iPad, you can download the ebook on your desktop or a laptop. This is a printable PDF version of the Big Life Journal. It is 211 pages in total, please keep the printing cost in mind. The ebook can’t be returned or exchanged once downloaded.

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