Feelings For Life Tractor Trek and School Tour February 2022. New Plymouth to Napier
Manawatu / Whanganui
The 5th Tractor Trek organised by founder Phil Aish and team is focussing on helping children form solid foundations to deal with difficult emotions for life through the Think and Be Me (TBMe) programme and resources.
The team will be fundraising with a 2 week tour from New Plymouth, via Palmerston North to Napier, then back to New Plymouth via Taumarunui in the last two weeks of February 2022.
15 tractors will accompany Cat Levine and her visits to 20 primary schools along as she delivers her Think and Be Me School presentations and resources, raising funds and bringing joy to children along the way.
All kids, no matter their social, geographic or economic circumstances, find a sense of stability and comfort when they understand their feelings.
For all kids, these feelings can be ‘big’ and overwhelming. But some colourful and imaginative lessons based on the science of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) have proven to equip them with tools that identify feelings as well as, thankfully, their fleeting nature.
Getting to grips with these emotional literacy basics at an early age helps children form solid foundations to deal with difficult emotions for life.
In many cases, businesses who want to make a positive difference to children’s lives in their local area can sponsor the Tractor Trek and TBMe programme in their local school and receive recognition for taking social responsibility, from specific logo usage, digital content, right through to coverage in local media.
Supporting the Feelings for Life Tractor Trek means making a huge difference to the way children feel about themselves and their lives for good. This has lasting individual, community and societal long-term benefits for everyone.
Feelings For Life Tractor Trek helping children think and be healthy for good
Supporting emotional literacy programmes and resources in schools.