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Sunday, October 6, 2013

Rewards for Kids

We rewarded our kids for small things for getting  all hundreds in their tests.  Both of these items are under ten dollars.
For the little Miss, this is what she wanted, a Rubik's Cube
For the Little Man, he wanted a wristwatch so we got  him this talking wristwatch.
This is our way of motivating them to do good in school. Even if the rewards are just small things, it does help them to do better every time.  How about you, do you reward your kids for their achievement in school?

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Aisha Kristine Chong said...

I totally agree with this..

Not just with kids but everyone needs some sort of reward and motivation with everything, right?

lencilicious said...

Both e great gifts. I am very interested with that talking wrist watch. What does it do really?

Mai Songalia said...

Your two kids deserve these rewards. They are kids any parent can be proud of. I also reward my kids when they do good in school.

emzkie said...

oh those are all cool items ROse! good choice of buying gifts. this will help them motivate to study more.

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen said...

We also do the reward system here at home so Ykaie and her cousins will be motivated.

Peachy said...

Ykaie would probably like the watch more than the rubik's cube

Healy Harpster said...

Same here. If Ate Cassandra do good in school she gets something as a reward. Agree, that they should receive any rewards from us, parents!

Ria Cervantes said...

Those are lovely gifts for such achievements sis. Keep it up!

I do the rewards system too with my daughter. I can see the positive results of giving her incentives if she aces a test or gives us flying colors in her report card. Oftentimes, I see her really burning the midnight oil just to study and I give her something or anything she will request (most of the time the rewards she likes are travel related stuff...medyo mahal but sige lng) as long as we can budget it.

This time, she's pushing college so she's requesting a Tokyo trip. Wish granted :)

lencilicious said...

I believe in reward system. When I was still teaching primary students, I also give rewards for students who really did great for the period. It encouraged the other students to study hard. At the end of the day, I need to give more rewards. :)

Adin B said...

That is so nice mommy. The amount really doesn't matter, but I think it is the reward that they get for doing such a great job. It teaches them to know that when you work hard, there's always a great reward. We do give Harley a reward like letting him pick his own fave toy when he does such a great job not just at school, but at home. :)

April M. said...

i always believed in rewarding an achievement. It makes us motivated more.

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