Review: The Reward Box

We have used quite a few sticker charts over the last few months with LP and I had been looking for a new way of documenting progress and rewarding her at the same time. I came across The Reward Box on Twitter and looking at their website I thought it would be a great thing to try with LP.

Review: The Reward Box

Our main use of sticker charts recently has been to encourage LP to remember to go to the toilet when she feels the need as we’d had a spate of accidents over the summer. The sticker charts worked but The Reward Box seemed so much more tangible and something LP was drawn to as soon as it arrived.

Review: The Reward Box

The Reward Box is a little wooden house, with a door and a slot in the top. The Reward Box comes with a organza bag full of wooden silver stars and each day that LP is accident free she gets to put a star in The Reward Box. When the bag of stars is empty and The Reward Box is full LP gets to take all the stars out, put them back in the bag and we give her a small prize – a colouring book, story book or sticker book usually.

Review: The Reward Box

Review: The Reward Box

Review: The Reward Box

Although our use of The Reward Box has been related to LP’s toilet accidents, the box could be used for anything – from doing chores around the house, eating vegetables or putting plates in the dishwasher after dinner. Anything you would use a sticker chart for you could use the box instead and so far LP loves it. She loves that it’s pink, looks just like a little house and has a working catch on the door.

Review: The Reward Box

Review: The Reward Box

The Reward Box is really well made, beautifully decorated and sturdy. There’s also a blue pirate version which I know Little Man would love when it gets to a time he needs rewards too – probably when he’s in full potty training mode! You can even get a personalisation kit for the box which could make this into a really lovely personalised keepsake. This would make a beautiful gift for any occasion.

The Reward Box has an RRP of £35.00

Review: The Reward Box

Disclosure: We were sent the above product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

102 thoughts on “Review: The Reward Box

  1. I’m in love with this box, my daughters got cerebral palsy and has behaviour problems as a result, Im sure this would help x

  2. This is amazing this would help me so much with my son as he behind on his development but does understand what we say so we can reward him for all his hard effort he puts into the simplest of things thank you love it x

  3. My daughter would have it and we would use it to help her stay in her own room all night and go up to bed herself rather than being taken up when she falls asleep

  4. as beautiful and wonderful as my daughter is, shes 4 going on 16, who has a ‘hard life’ with going to school and playing, so she has a habbit of having tantrums and answering back, i would use this for every time she is good and give her a big reward at the end of it.

  5. This would be the perfect encouragement for my little one to help mummy with jobs , such as tidying her toys, and eating her meals

  6. My daughter is 3 and started school in September, and is becoming very defiant and cheeky, and nothing seems to bother her, I’ve tried naughty step etc, she would love this she loves twinkly stars and the moon, this might help xxxx

  7. id make my two share but especially use it for my autistic son who needs routine to teach him to not lash out at his siblings

  8. I would use this with my five year old daughter, she does little things for me (tidies her toys things like that) that i feel she should be rewarded more for. Maybe a system of so many stars = a gift

  9. I would give stars for being helpful and nice and then exchange them for letting my daughter choose what to do on our days out or give something she likes instead 🙂 x

  10. I would use this for my daughter Paige who’s not been going into school to great, crying at the school gate, refusing to go in so this might encourage her to stop

  11. I would use this on my three year old son, he’s started throwing dreadful tantrums and shouting when he doesn’t get his own way

  12. I would use it for when the kids help out around the house, I am so tired of nagging them to pick up after themselves!

  13. I would use the stars as a measure of the day overall with a ‘3 strikes and no star’ rule. We wouldn’t remove stars but if she had a day of ‘bad choices’ she just wouldn’t earn a star that day and it would take her that bit longer to ‘save up’ for her reward x

  14. I would use the Reward Box for general things such as holding hands when we’re out and about, listening to Mummy & Daddy and doing what we ask, staying in bed when it’s time to go to sleep etc 🙂

  15. I’d give it to my best friend’s daughter – she’d love it so much! Probably would be used for finishing dinners and doing small chores 🙂

  16. I would give this to my friend for my goddaughter. She is only 18 months old but I know her mum would love this to help reward her with her learning.

  17. We struggle to fin non food / good for you rewards or my daughter and this would be a perfect addition to our household 🙂

  18. Our own redhead, our youngest is having real problems with paying attention and following rules. This would be the perfect way for him to work towards good behaviour with clear signs of reward.

  19. I would love to win this amazing giveaway for our little girl. She is really struggling to eat at the moment and this would be perfect to reward her for when she eats all her dinner. Such a great idea. Loved reading this blog. Thank you for the chance. xxx

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