For Grades 3-8 | 60 Minutes | Up to 400 Students | $400
Every child wants to achieve. What enables some students to go further? It’s GRIT — also known as hard work, determination, perseverance, and resilience.
The Grit Game Show equips your students with the resilience to bounce back from problems and failures. In our 60-minute assembly, student volunteers become contestants — and the audience gets involved, too! We introduce the Growth Mindset and challenge students to see failure as a prelude to success. Our content-rich, motivational program for grades 3-8 motivates your students with the GRIT they need to succeed!
Choose Your Future
In our first competition, we’ll explore what it takes for students to reach long-term goals, like landing their dream job.
The Losers’ Club
Everybody fails sometimes. The only difference between success and failure is coming back to try again! We’ll peek into the lives of famous people and learn how they overcame setbacks.
We challenge students to change negative self-talk (like “I’m not smart enough to understand the lesson”) into positive, growth-oriented ideas (like “If I work hard, I can learn this”).
Real Life Grit
In a tween-friendly way, we introduce students to Dr. Carol Dweck’s research about Growth vs. Fixed Mindsets, and challenge students to always demonstrate grit!
“One of the best programs we’ve ever had!”
– Lauren Manion, Guidance Counselor, Crossroads Elementary School (Mount Washington, KY)
“The kids loved it and learned a ton about tenacity.”
– Tamara Hedrick, Teacher, Stopher Elementary School (Louisville, KY)
The Grit Game Show has been one of our most popular programs ever with teachers and students. That’s why we’ve introduced an all-new version! The interactive format remains the same, but the games and content are completely new, with an emphasis on achieving goals. Learn more.
The price shown above is subject to change. A travel charge applies for destinations outside of a 20-mile radius from our office near downtown Louisville. The statistics at the top of this page include performances of The Grit Game Show and GRIT 2. They are estimates which are current as of May 31, 2018. For more information on how we gather and report program data, contact us.