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Reward Boxes, what a great idea!

As my children get older the challenges that I face seem to change.  I no longer have to worry about changing smelly nappies or at least not with my two daughters but what I have found is that they are not always listening, they are beginning to answer back and especially with my youngest daughter delaying doing homework as much as possible by arguing about doing it.  The best way that I have found to get the children to play ball and do as mummy wants is to either take away well-loved toys (I hate doing this) or to offer a reward (bribery works wonders with children) which they have to work to achieve.  It’s not always easy to remember their progress in relation to how well behave they have been so when I heard about The Reward Box I was interested in finding out more.  Now unfortunately I haven’t been sent one to test and review as they have not made it to the UK just yet so I can’t vouch for the quality of the item but it does sound like a great product and they look pretty hardwearing.

There are 2 reward boxes available:

  The Fairy Reward Box

Reward Box 1and The Pirate Reward Box.

Reward Box 2These wooden boxes look great and are a lovely idea to encourage children to behave, do their homework and chores.  Each box comes with 20 wooden tokens (silver stars) that the child can post into the box on completing a pre-set task or for good behaviour.  Useful if like my children yours don’t listen, don’t stay in bed at night or get up and try and dress in the mornings, argue about doing homework, the list goes on.

 The magic good behaviour fairy visits each night leaving a small treat / gift or less often (it’s totally up to you).  It is best used on a frequent basis to keep little ones interested. Tokens can be saved up for bigger rewards if you prefer which works better for older children.  The box is suitable for young children (it says from birth on the website) until about 8 years old.

Version 2 The reward box can be used for various purposes not just rewards.  It makes a great place to leave teeth for the tooth fairy.  It can be used at Christmas to leave a list for Santa, it makes a great money box.  Children can post a note with their worries for the fairies to take away, you can even use it as a teaching device for you children learning their numbers.

Want to be one of the first people in the UK to own a Reward Box?

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This Post Has 8 Comments

  1. What a great idea. No cheating with ticks or stick on stars.

  2. Fabulous prize and thank you xx

  3. a pirate box would be lovely

    1. Good luck 😉

  4. these reward boxes look great!!

    1. I love the designs!

  5. pirate box would be fab!

    1. These are really cute and you can do all sorts with them.

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