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Growth Mindset For Kids: We All Have Brainpower by Rich Linville is an interesting book that speaks about fixed mindsets and growth mindsets and why it is important to have the growth mindsets of successful people. The children in the story wonder what they should do if they do not know the answer to a question and what would happen if they give a wrong answer. Scientists say that the brain grows when questions are asked and mistakes are made. The number of brain nerve cells increases. Everyone's brain is like a muscle and it needs to be exercised so that the brain cells can grow. The fixed mindset is fixed so it is important to have a growth mindset for motivation to learn new things.
Growth Mindset For Kids: We All Have Brainpower by Rich Linville is insightful and engaging and will help readers understand how important it is to keep the brain active and engaged so that they become smarter, learn from their mistakes, and have goals and plans for the future. The tips in the book are a good way to make life challenging and positive. The illustrations give clarity to the concept and make it tangible for young readers. It is an excellent book for parents and tutors to read out to their children. The idea of turning Lose into Win with words is a good exercise to help children tune their brain to positive thinking. The book can also be used for interactive sessions in classrooms to get children's brains active and learning new things in an entertaining way.