My Crazy Kids

My Crazy Kids

Monday, 5 August 2013

Radical Reward Charts

I was recently contacted through Tots100 on behalf of Amanda  Noble-Simmons to see if I would like the opportunity to review Radical Reward Charts.

At first my head screamed yes yes yes but my heart screamed slow down boy this is your very first opportunity to review anything. Once I had thought it through (all of about 10 seconds) I was replying to Amanda telling her I would love the opportunity to review her product.
So here goes folks my very first review. 

The first thing I had to do was choose the charts I wanted to review. This is very easy to do by going onto the radical reward charts web site and along with your child/children (if you wish of cause) choose the chart they will like to be rewarded on.


We decided to chose Orrible Oceans and Gruesome Graveyards (as seen in photos above) as we thought the boys would like the creepy crawlies on the one and the different ocean animals on the other. There are six different charts to chose from (see below).


You also have a little character figure that comes with the charts so your child/children can clearly see which reward marker stage they are at. This character can either be the default carrot and stick figure or you can email a picture (ideally head to toe) of your child/children so they can have their very own personal reward marker.

When my boys saw their own little personal figure their faces lit up with excitement, they couldn't wait to stick it on to the chart.

Once you have chosen your chart(s) and which marker character you would like you then place your order either via Amazon or through the web site via PayPal.
The cost of the charts are £14 each and come either folded packed or for the extra £3.50 you can get it delivered by postal tube.

At first I must admit that the cost seemed a little expensive to me, but and a big but having the product in front of me I do feel it is worth the money. Unlike the card board equivalents out there this product can be used over and over again, which is obviously a money saver in the long run.

I would also recommend that getting your chart delivered via postal tube is a good idea as the chart will not have any creases in it so it will go up on your door or wall very nicely and easily.

I received this item free of charge for the purpose of this review, all opinions are honest and my own.

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