Rewarding Monkey with School Stickers

Rewarding Monkey with School Stickers – review and giveaway

We’ve been having a few issues with Monkey at school this term in the toilet department.  I know it’s a phase a lot of children go through, but it’s such a shame as he is so good at home and when we’re off on our adventures.  I thought a little encouragement might be in order to try to focus him on using the toilet facilities and saving my washing machine!  I wanted  something fun, so we’ve been rewarding Monkey with School Stickers.

Rewarding Monkey with School Stickers

School Stickers provide a whole host of reward charts for homes and school.  Having a dinosaur mad Monkey I thought this dinosaur themed chart might be just what was needed to spur him on.

The chart is available in A4 and A3 size and has space to add your child’s name.  I opted for the A3 size at £2.99, which includes stickers.

Then for the fun part – personalised stickers!  I just added Monkey’s name, but you could add other personalisation.

Rewarding Monkey with School Stickers

So what does Monkey think?  Every day that he manages to stay dry at school, he gets a sticker.  When he gets to the top of the volcano I’ve promised him that he can have a new tractor.  It’s certainly helping and rewarding Monkey with School Stickers is a fun way to help him remember to use the toilet!

Whether you have a football mad youngest or a little princess School Stickers has a Reward Chart and sticker set for you.  They are colourful and a little different from others we’ve seen.  I like them.

disclaimer:  we were sent this item in exchange for an honest review


I’m pleased to be able to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a Reward Chart and sticker set of their choice – just complete the Gleam form below for your chance to win. Good luck!

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The giveaway will close on 19th January 2015 at midnight.

School Stickers Reward Chart and Stickers set

72 thoughts on “Rewarding Monkey with School Stickers – review and giveaway

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  2. I would like to have the A4 Princess Castle Reward Chart and 70 Matching Stickers because it reminds me of the Disney princesses which is a lovely tradition that runs through the family! 🙂

  3. I would chose the Boys Potty Training Reward Charts and Personalised Stickers Pack for my little boy as he is learning to go on his potty more and more every day. thank you xx

  4. i would choose the pirate reward chart. i have 3 boys who all love pirates and they would get a sticker each day they have all been good, working as a team and have a family day out when it’s full

  5. The toilet training stickers would be great for my twin boys. But i love the space reward stickers to x

  6. I’d love the Ballerina theme, both my daughters go to ballet and love everything about it and obviously anything pink and girly 🙂 my 3 year old can be hard work so a new reward chart could be a way of getting her back under control haha

  7. A3 Rainbow Reward Charts- with my son being autistic we are having lots of meltdown and times he attacks us and his siblings…putting it bluntly im willing to try anything!! lol

  8. I would have an everyday reward chart so when my daughter who’s 18 sleeps through the night without waking me up she will get a star as she had a bad nightmare and hasn’t been able to sleep unless someone is with her

  9. Definately the Girls Potty Training Reward Charts and Personalised Stickers Pack as my daughter is not getting the hang of it!

  10. I’d go for the Superstar Award Reward chart as it’s more ‘grown up’ than most of the others and may encourage the children to act similarly.

  11. Would love the dinosaur reward chart for our just six year old. She was a little bit worried that they might be real and she might encounter one in the supermarket, but was OK when told they wouldn’t fit down the aisle and has decided she likes them now! 🙂 Aren’t kids brilliant! 😀

  12. The everday reward chart – blue for my nearly 3 year old he is learning that if he treats people nicely and is good then he gets the same treatment back, these would be an extra incentive to keep up good behaviour (in theory!)

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