Review – “I Can’t to I Can” Challange for Young Children

As an RTT Practitioner helping individuals change their “can’t” to “can” is a rewarding career and now I can help young children learn early how to be their own “Cheerleader.”

The amazing Marisa Peer created the “I can’t to I can” 5-day challenge.

I Can’t to I Can” provides teachers with resources to teach simple brain hacks that can last a lifetime and turn around a child’s negative thinking within a week.

The challenge is aimed at primary-age children (7-10) with a series of mind hacks to help build confidence, self-esteem, and resilience.

Why is this so important? This will give the children the mental stamina to cope with these ever-changing challenging times and the skills that will support them throughout their life when they learn to practice them daily.

It’s broken down into 4 short videos: Instilling the Cheerleader-The Power of Words-The Power of Looping-The Power of Repetition.

The videos are short, around 3 minutes each with a lesson plan for 5 days.

One for each video and the last one to review through the previous four days and consolidate what they’ve learned.

Read more about the Challenge here.

For more details or to sign up for your free pack go to https://method.rtt.com/i-cant-to-i-can-challenge/

Donel Rourke, C.HYP.

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