06 September 2013

Dinosaur Reward Chart and Stickers *Review and Giveaway*

Praising our children for success or effort is great for their self esteem and it can even encourage them to reach goals and accomplish things quicker. Having personalised stickers and a reward chart at home is therefore ideal for when you want to congratulate your children for completing homework without a fuss, toilet train toddlers or try to get a fussy eater to taste new foods.



We received a dinosaur themed set for Jamster from School Stickers and it has been used as an incentive to keep his room tidy as he does tend to leave his toys, books and games on his floor at times. I felt he really needed some form of motivation to induce action and this would be a good yet low cost solution.

The chart is made from card and is A3 in size. There are 28 spaces for stickers and at only 99p for 1 (excluding VAT) or £11.95 for 30 it is an affordable method of discipline - such great value!
The stickers are again priced at 99p (excluding VAT) for a sheet of 18 but there are packs available of 234 or 700 too if you want to stock up.



The colours are vibrant on both the chart and stickers and the wording is bold which can be personalised for your child with their name. There are lots (hundreds!) of other themes you can choose from apart from dinosaurs including pirates, stars and bugs and ones that can be used for specific subjects like English or for specific achievements like opting for a healthy lunch. There is a huge range to decide from so there is likely to be something to suit your requirements - I was very impressed.

I decided to attach the reward chart on the reverse of Jamster's door so that he could see his progress himself with ease, with the idea that it would be a reminder to clean up at the end of each day before bed. Working from the bottom of the chart to the top, where the volcano explodes, he has so far managed to receive several stickers for his hard work but we have added an extra incentive for a completed sheet (4 weeks) of a treat of his choice e.g a DVD or day out. I think he still needs a little extra persuasion at times!



The reward chart and stickers are both very good value for money and high quality products. I have already recommended the website, which also sells postcards, stamps and certificates, to several friends that have children of their own too.

You can purchase your own here: http://www.schoolstickers.co.uk

Do you use a reward chart at home?


*** WIN ***

For your chance to win a reward chart and stickers of your choice you can enter via the Rafflecopter entry form below.

The giveaway closes on 25th September 2013.

Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


*We received the reward chart and stickers for the purpose of this review. The opinions given are honest and our own*


57 comments :

  1. Wow that is fricken amazing!
    Kids work best with stuff that interests them so I was already hooked when I saw the dinos - but personalising them too!!!
    I am going to get some of these - and of course will pin.

    Thank you for linking up with Motivational Monday

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    1. Great idea aren't they and such good value x

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  2. They look lovely, wish my kids would still work for stickers

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    1. They work for now but for how much longer I don't know as they will soon be 10 and 8. A great product though x

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  3. That's really clever. I was impressed with the price even before I realised they were personalised :)

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  4. Great review! I have stickers too - princesses for my girls and aliens for the boys!

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    1. Alien ones would be great for Jamster too x

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  5. They are so cool! I think Z would love sticking them all over himself right now but they look so good!

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  6. These look fab. I used reward charts with my 3 year old when I was getting her to lear her colours, worked a treat x

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  7. I will be trying this as soon as possible. Now my two are back to school I've noticed a couple of less than desirable behaviours creeping in (and some of them are mine) ;-)

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  8. This would be ideal for my small Great-Nephews

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    1. There are plenty of styles so worth a look x

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  9. I have just started using reward charts because the terrible twos kicked in and we needed something positive to help with discipline and it works!

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  10. my son would love the dinosaur reward chart and stickers. I follow via email as talcfour@hotmail.co.uk

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  11. My little boy is dinosaur mad so would have to be the dinosaur 1 ! xx

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  12. I like the Dinosaur Reward Charts and stickers. really cool

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  13. I have a young man who might even behave with the promise of Dinosaur stickers

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  14. Following via Bloglovin' as Karen Barrett

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  15. Think it would have to be the dinosaur one for my girls - the standard princess/ballerina/fairy ones are actually pretty boring... :-/

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  16. Already following on GFC/Networked blogs/Bloglovin' :)

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  17. I'd like to win the fairy reward chart and the girls praise stickers please.

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  18. I am following you on Bloglovin as Stephanie Tsang and on Pinterest as Stephanie Cheung-Tsang

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  19. Fairy reward stickers are lovely xx

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  20. i adore the fairy reward stickers :)

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  21. Fairy reward stickers are lovely

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  22. I would chose this one:
    http://www.schoolstickers.co.uk/parent/princess-reward-chart

    @Dorothee77

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  23. Following via bloglovin' as jennakeller126

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  24. Commented on Thank You Cards from PaperShaker

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  25. I would pick the farm reward chart

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  26. following by email, networked blogs and GFC

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  27. Would choose these
    http://www.schoolstickers.co.uk/parent/girls-praise-stickers

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  28. Follow on bloglovin- jo welsh

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  29. the dinosaur chart and stickers looks fab
    following on bloglovin

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  30. Has to be dinosaurs all the way for my little (not so little -6!) boy :-)

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  31. Mummy and Daddy's Star Stickers :}

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  32. I like the Fairy Reward Chart and Stickers

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  33. I'm following via Bloglovin' - WeeWillieWilkie

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  34. I wish we'd had this when my daughter was younger. She is dinosaur-mad, and I drew up some reward charts by hand for various things. She would have loved this.

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  35. What a great insentive for kiddies. Mine love stickers and this looks a great value for money product :)

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