Miggins&B Reward Chart Review and Giveaway

February 8, 2016

Encouraging the behaviours that you like in your child can be hard. It can be easy to get caught up in the negative and not see the positive. Reward Charts can be a great way to bring back the focus on the positive. When Miggins&B asked me to review their unique Reward Charts I jumped at the chance. After a tricky few weeks at home I needed to bring back some positive into my parenting. 

These charts are different to any I have seen before. There are 6 different designs that will appeal to boys and girls of varying age. They come with reusable stickers and allow the child to create a picture they can add to and use their imagination at the same time. 

Miggins&B Reward chart review and giveaway

For Finlay who is 5 I chose the Blast Off chart. He loves it and enjoyed placing the aliens on to the different planets, and the spacemen on to the surface of the Moon. He was so excited to add the flame to his Rocket when he had collected enough and blasted off to collect his reward (a Zombling).

For Kyle who is 8 I chose the Big Match. he was initially slightly miffed that Finlay had less stickers on his until I explained that they both had to get 15 to get a reward. he loved placing his players on the pitch in teams and then scoring a goal when he had enough. He even did extra things to earn more stickers rushing upstairs to place his newest player on the pitch. His reward was some Match Attax cards. 

To earn their stickers the boys had to put their pyjamas under their pillows and make their beds in the morning. That earned them 1 sticker a day. We had been having moaning with teeth cleaning so I chose that too as they were both already pretty good at the first task so it was encouraging behaviours they already did rather than changing them. That earnt them 2 further stickers a day. I wanted them to reach the 15 fairly quickly so that they could get used to the charts and rewards. Now that they are used to it I have changed it and am using it to encourage Finlay to ask for something once and then not keep moaning for it. Kyle is to not interrupt. We have only started that one today so we will see how it goes. I’ve changed the amount they need to get to 10 this time as I think it will be harder for them to achieve it. They can still earn extra by helping me out or if I spot a behaviour that I really like I will make a big deal of it and let them have a sticker. The charts are definitely something we will be continuing to use. 

Miggins&B have very kindly offered my readers a chance to win a reward chart of their choice. I have 2 to giveaway on here. If you want another chance to win head to my Facebook page where I will be giving away another chart of the winners choice. Good Luck!

Win a Miggins&B Reward Chart of your choice

43 responses to “Miggins&B Reward Chart Review and Giveaway”

  1. Trish says:

    I would choose the spaceship one

  2. Martina Pichova says:

    One of the flowery ones for my little girl.

  3. Isabel O says:

    I would choose the Fairy Magic one. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Nicola Dow says:

    I would choose the dinosaur one.

  5. Chris Andrews says:

    Which chart would you chose? . . . .. if l were to win l think my grandsons would plump for Dinosaur

  6. Ruth Harwood says:

    Dinosaur xx

  7. Robyn says:

    Nice idea! I would have loved this kind of thing as a kid, and I can’t wait till my boy is old enough for these. Anything with stickers is generally a winner right? ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. I love reward charts and have always just made my own ones. But, I think as Alice is getting older she needs something a bit more appealing and these look fab x #picknmix

  9. I think reward charts a such a good idea for kids! These look great ๐Ÿ™‚ #PicknMix

  10. Julie Downes says:

    Great idea, they look really nice too. #PicknMix

  11. I’d choose the space chart ๐Ÿ™‚ #picknmix

  12. This is a lovely idea. I think children generally love sticker charts. I like the dinosaur one ๐Ÿ™‚ #PickNMix

  13. These are a fabulous way to reward great behaviour and using during potty training -I’d love the space ship as my nephew adores them

  14. Angela Ewing-Brock says:

    The dinosaur one for my son, he would love it x

  15. These are cute ๐Ÿ™‚ we used to use a whiteboard in the kitchen where they could draw a smiley face each when they’d achieved something or been really helpful ๐Ÿ™‚

    Stevie xx

  16. Samantha loughlin says:

    The spaceship one please

  17. Ruby Spiteri says:

    i would choose the space one x

  18. Emma F says:

    Fairy magic for my youngest daughter, as we’re about to start the potty training journey

  19. Nicola Lynch says:

    I’d choose the dinosaur please. Great charts.

  20. Ashleigh Allan says:

    The big match would be great for my son!

  21. Donna P says:

    I would chose the one with the fairies. My daughter loves fairies.

  22. Lucy I says:

    the Dinosaur one

  23. Lorraine Tinsley says:

    Fairy magic for my daughters

  24. Lucie Howard says:

    I would love the fairy one x

  25. Natalie Baskerville says:

    I would choose the space one

  26. Sophie Spiby says:

    Flower one. Please

  27. Andrea A says:

    Fairy Magic

  28. Mickie Bull says:

    The big daisy one!

  29. Johanne currie says:

    Fairy magic

  30. Michelle O'Neill says:

    the dinosaur one

  31. Solange says:

    I would choose the dinosaur one.

  32. kim neville says:

    I like the dinosaur one

  33. Evelyn Moffat says:

    I would chose the Fairies chart xx

  34. Susan B says:

    I would choose the Blast Off chart though they all look great.

  35. Kerry Locke says:

    Loving the Big Match reward chart

  36. Barbara Handley says:

    The daisy one probably.

  37. Adrian Bold says:

    I’d choose the Spaceship one.

  38. Emma Whittaker says:

    My daughter would love the FAIRY MAGIC ๐Ÿ™‚

  39. Jane H Shaw says:

    I love the Dinosaur one thanks

  40. Nancy Bradford says:

    I’d choose the fairy magic rewards chart. My little one would love it.

  41. Natalie Crossan says:

    Iโ€™d choose the Spaceship one.

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