Practicing positive affirmations is a way for us to heal our math anxiety in order to build our math confidence and resilience! Find an affirmation that speaks to you (or write your own!) Keep it somewhere you see regularly. Say the affirmation to yourself and repeat it often, especially when you notice a negative thought start to appear. It might seem difficult at first, but over time, you can build a positive math identity and you will be able to see yourself as a thinker and doer of math!

Download a copy of affirmation cards here:

Here are some others to get started:

- I am in charge of my learning
- I can do hard things
- I learn more math everyday
- I am a capable math learner
- My knowledge of mathematics grows everyday
- I am a creative problem solver
- My mistakes are opportunities to learn
- I can understand math if I give myself a chance
- I can embrace growth and learning
- I am a mathematician
- My mind is flexible enough to do hard things
- I am developing a love for math
- I am a good learner, I grow and I learn at my own pace
- I don’t have to be perfect to be good at math
- I don’t have to be fast to be good at math
- Struggling with math problems helps me grow
- My mind is full of brilliant ideas
- Write your own: ________________

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