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This is a great book for all of us on changing our mind set. It explains in an easy way what this means and how to accomplish it. The illustrations are the best as all the Life Hacks books are. Smart Ninja came upon a problem he had never seen before in school. He knew if he tried hard, he would succeed. Smart Ninja avoided things he wasn't good at. If it didn't come easy, he would complain. Do you do that? What does Smart Ninja do? You get to read listen to find out. Excitement!!
Mary Nhin's Smart Ninja: A Children’s Book About Changing a Fixed Mindset into a Growth Mindset reminds kids and adults that talent and ability are of no use without effort and hard work. Different things come easy to different people, but with effort and hard work and a growth mindset, a whole lot is achievable. Excellent book.
My early reader loved this book. She was able to learn from Smart Ninja that it takes effort and hard word to determine success. This is a great book in incorporate with children as they are beginning their first stages of school. Smart Ninja also teaches a technique called E.O.I. Strategy that child can easily follow.
In this playful story, things that come naturally are easy but how far can Smart ninja go if he truly put Effort instead brains into each task? Learning to go the extra mile to achieve new goals can be more rewarding.
Such a fun way to teach kids and adults about changing a fixed mindset into a growth mindset. None of us are naturally great at everything, but if you believe you can succeed and work hard anything is possible. Helpful subject and wonderful illustrations.
The colorful ninjas are up to more educational tricks again! This time they discuss growth mindset and fixed mindset ideas, bringing in the simple EOI (Effort Over Intelligence) letters to remind kids that they don’t need to be born talented at something to become good at it.