The Fairy Reward Box – A Review

People used to tell me that when your child hit 2yrs old, that’s when things would get tough. You’d hear whispers in the wind of ‘the terrible twos’ and you would dread when that time came for your child. In truth, however, Annabelles 2nd year was pretty stressful, but she had {and still has} delayed speech so we understood and got on with it. The tantrums her second year brought though would be of a category five status and make the strongest of marines break. 

I can remember dreading even the idea of taking her beyond the front door. School runs would be dreaded and even a simple shop run for milk & bread would be a major task. However, now she is three and she understands much more and I firmly believe, being a few months into her third year that this is the year to be feared. Her behaviour would gain more personality and many more Mummy buttons would be pressed smashed.

So when the wonderful folk over at The Reward Box got in touch and asked us if we’d like to review one of their amazing Reward boxes with Annabelle, I could have hugged them! At the stage we’re at with her, we’re trying everything and anything.

The Reward box
The fairy house Reward box is a really fun way of introducing a reward system for your child, that’s a little different from the regular reward charts. The Reward box is crafted from wood and comes in two designs. As you can see we opted for the very beautiful Fairy House, but you can also choose a Pirate Chest for the boys. 

The Reward box
The Fairy House reward box comes with 20 silver wooden stars in a sweet little organza drawstring bag. The house has a slot in the roof to post your coins and a cute little hinge on the front door. 

The Reward box
The Reward box
The Reward box
The paintwork on the fairy house is perfect and I loved how you’re supplied with sticker letters and more to personalise the reward box with your child’s name. 

The Reward box
The Reward box
Annabelle is all about stars, ever since she was smaller and younger than she is now, stars have always been a love of hers. So naturally, she loves getting those stars when she’s been a good girl.

The Reward box has been a great addition to Annabelle and her behaviour at home. Being three is hard work, we get that, and even though Annabelle has a few issues focusing on things and listening to Mummy & Daddy when it counts. The addition of the fairy reward box into her daily routine is really starting to make a difference.

The Reward Box RRPs for £35.00 – measures H19cm x W10cm x D14cm and comes beautifully well packaged.

Disclosure: This product was sent to me for the purpose of my review. All thoughts, photos and opinions are my own. 

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2 Comments

  1. 05/04/2016 / 1:59 PM

    This is gorgeous, I think I need to get my own toddler a one of these. She is almost three and has delayed speech too and it has impacted upon her behaviour as she is just frustrated that she can’t communicate with us xx

  2. 06/04/2016 / 11:07 AM

    That’s a really good idea. 🙂 A great way of teaching children consequences of good and bad behavior

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