The Reward Box Review

We’ve never really used any sort of sticker chart or reward system with any of the boys, but seeing how well Harrison responds to the class dojo reward system at school has made me think about introducing one to reinforce positive behaviour. Harrison is slightly challenging at the moment, and The Reward Box is proving a fantastic way to remind him of what is and isn’t acceptable behaviour.

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This beautiful wooden reward box is perfect for all sorts of things – potty training, fussy eaters, behaviour, homework, chores…whatever you need it for. It is available in a blue pirate design or pink fairy house design and is well made and sturdy. There is a slot in the top for the stars, and a fully opening hinged lid.

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Twenty chunky silver wooden stars are included in a pretty organza bag to put in the box. We have split ours between Harrison and Alex by marking their initials on them with a permanent marker. I would love to see the option to buy more stars separately on the website!

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Also with the box are two sheets of stickers to personalise the box – letters and pirate stickers. There were plenty of letters and we managed to get all three boys names on there with ease, albeit slightly wonky (it all adds to the charm, right?).

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The box is available to buy here, and costs £35.00, which I think was pretty great value!

*We were sent this for the purpose of the review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. 

2 thoughts on “The Reward Box Review

  1. I love the idea of earning rewards. My girls really love to earn their own money, toys or treats and I think it makes a huge difference to how they approach their days. I also think it helps to cement the all important actions and consequences. Love the little box it’s just so cute.

  2. I love the dojo system, Kian and maisie have a friendly little contest to see who gets the most each week, although I must admit Maisie does seem to have a few red dojos (minus) xx

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