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What Separates WhyTry From Other Programs & Tools

The WhyTry Program

WhyTry is a flexible toolkit and curriculum for K-12 teachers and counselors. It provides simple, hands-on strategies and resources to help motivate the unmotivated student, support students with trauma, improve engagement, and increase academic success. The idea is straightforward: teach life skills and resilience to youth in a way they can understand and remember.

Are You Looking For Pricing Or To Make A Purchase?

You can purchase a single-user license to the program materials here. (this is a facilitator license) There is no limit on the number of students taught with this license. This includes a full year of access to the toolkit plus training.

Team and site licenses are available at a discounted rate. For questions or discounted pricing options, click here to request a quote


More Information About WhyTry

Watch an overview of The WhyTry Program, toolkit, and materials. If you still have more questions, or if you are interested in a quote for volume pricing:

10 WhyTry Learning Units

The WhyTry curriculum utilizes a series of
ten visual analogies that teach essential
life skills including:

  • Decision-making
  • Positive self-esteem
  • Emotional regulation
  • Having a resilient mindset
  • Peer influence & relationships
  • Problem-solving
  • Hard work & Determination
  • Responsibility and expectations
  • Relationship building
  • Self-efficacy

The Power of Visual Metaphors

One of the most unique things about WhyTry is how we use visual metaphors to teach these important principles to students in a way they can understand and remember.  The powerful thing about using this visual approach is the way it takes abstract concepts and puts them into a context through the use of a metaphor that students can understand.  It essentially creates a language for educators to communicate the relevance of these things.

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