School Stickers Review

Tuesday, 13 August 2013

School Stickers Review

I am pleased to say that at the moment, big man is not in need of a reward chart for behaviour. However, when I was asked if I would like to review a reward chart and personalised stickers, I knew what I would use it for. Big man has had to put a lot of hard work in his reception year to get his reading and writing up to the required level. He is what I would describe as a typical boy. He isn't that interested in writing and thinks that what he can do is good enough. Over the holidays he is meant to be practicing so that he doesn't return to school in September having forgotten everything he learnt. We are therefore using the sticker chart as a way of remembering to practice his reading and writing. The chart and stickers are displayed by his bed, which also reminds him that he should read a story at bed time. I let him chose his own reward. His reward is a packet of sweets that he can have all to himself and doesn't have to share with his brother's!


Big man asked for a pirate chart and the stickers can be personalised with his name. We have some named and some blank. Big man was happy when he saw his name on them. I think it would be really nice for a child with an unusual name. My husband at the age of thirty something is still upset that he couldn't get a mug with his name on as a child!


The chart and stickers are bright and colourful. I was really impressed that big man noticed that one circle was a different colour as it is meant to be the light on an angler fish. My only negative point would be that the chart is slightly creased from posting, but you can't really notice this when it is on the wall. And I assume any other method of posting would cause a huge increase in price. I would certainly consider purchasing a chart from School Stickers for use at home as I like the idea that your child can have a personalised chart and there are a lot of themes to chose from. 



We were given the School Sticker Reward chart and 3 sets of stickers in order to provide this honest review. As always the opinions stated here are my own.

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