Good behavior. One of the holy grails in this journey of parenting. Of course we all love a bit of fun and mischievous behavior from time to time but, overall, encouraging good behavior is what we strive to achieve. This is where products, such as the Reward Box can, very much, come in handy.
We were lucky enough to be sent this gorgeous little box from The Reward Box.
It is made out of great quality wood and is really pretty to look at. The pastel shades are super girly and give the box a lovely, magical, fairytale feel to it. There is a slit in top to post the rewards stars in and a door which can lock open and shut on the side.
You can tell the Reward Box has been made using great craftsmanship just by looking at it and picking it up. It definitely looks like it could withstand a toddler tantrum, if one was to accidently be thrown at it!
The Reward Box is a great way of rewarding good behavior. It comes with a bag of Silver stars and the idea is that your child gets given a star in return for good behavior. It’s up to you to decide what that entails in your house. As Little I is still just a toddler we like to reward her for saying/signing please and thank you, for helping tidy up her toys, for giving us her dummy in the morning and a few other little things.
Once the amount of stars hits a certain level, the idea is that your child gets a special little treat. Again, it’s up to you to decide what that is. It all depends on your child’s age and what they are into. When Isla’s older I’d like it to be things like choosing somewhere fun to go for dinner or out for the day, as opposed to too many materialistic things all the time. It’s good to mix it up!
Here are some other ideas for the Reward Box from their site:
We love our Reward Box and would definitely recommend it to others. The Reward Box retails for £35 and you can find out more info here.
*We were sent a Reward Box to review free of charge but all opinions are 100% our own