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Goal Setting Activity with Rosie The Riveter



This Art with Jenny K. “We Can Do It!” Rosie The Riveter activity is great for developing and displaying “I can” growth mindset statements, goal setting for the new school year, New Year’s resolutions, or even positive testing motivation statements.

Students can all write their goals for the week, month, year (whatever you are focusing on), and then they will work together to make this collaborative “We Can Do It!” poster. Display the final poster in your room as a visual motivation for your students!


Easy for Teachers & Fun for Kids!


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I love this so much! I had so many compliments on it. Writing goals on Post-Its and putting them around the poster really looked cool. These projects are so much fun.

Traci F.

One of my all time favorite things I’ve done with my kids in class for a project! My first year doing it, my IA loved the finished product so much and she was leaving the school that year, she wanted to keep this to frame and hang in her new place one day. Three years later and she still has it!

Krista P.

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Options + Bonus Coloring Page

There are two options so you can choose what works best for you and your students. Both options are very easy. Each student is given one page of the poster to color. Once all sheets are colored and cut out, they are then assembled to reveal a large collaboration mosaic/poster/mural of Rosie the Riveter.
Poster Details:
  • There are 30 pieces in this collaborative poster.
  • The size of the final poster, when put together, is approximately 34 in. x 41 in. (the exact size will depend on your printer settings). 
  • You will need crayons, markers, or colored pencils in red, yellow, blue, black, brown, and peach. 
Poster Options:
  • Poster #1: The colors have been assigned. Students will follow the colors assigned using the color key on each page.
  • Poster #2: The colors have NOT been assigned. Let your students color the poster whatever colors they want (or that you assign).
Bonus Coloring Page:
Group collaboration posters are a lot of fun and leave a lasting impression. However, students don’t get to walk away with anything tangible to show their families. I have included a one-page coloring sheet of this poster for your students to have. This is also very useful for early finishers. 
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