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Creative Changes Rewarding Kids Kit Review & Giveaway

Couponing & Reviewing in Texas: Creative Changes Rewarding Kids Kit Review & Giveaway

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Creative Changes Rewarding Kids Kit Review & Giveaway

My daughter is 7 years old and has really gotten into doing chores and earning rewards (like allowance or toys) and we always had to make simple checklist, but it was difficult to find a chart that would track chores daily and weekly. I found Creative Changes and requested an opportunity to review their Rewarding Kids Kit and am I ever glad I did!

I received the kit and WOW was I impressed. The package contained a Creative Organizer Chart with phone message area and tear away shopping list, a Family Job Chart, two Child's Job Charts , two Create-a-Charts, Teaching Children Responsibility Workbook, three Magnets, Static Cling Reusable Rainbow Stickers, a Set of Reusable Job Stickers (Includes 16 different household jobs), three Wipe-Off Crayons and a Marker Holder.

I couldn't believe all these stuff that was included. Presley could not wait to get started. We filled out the Create-Charts, the Family Job Chart and the Weekly Family Calendar. As you can see this was easy to personalize and all the stickers are reusable. All project sheets are laminated which makes it easy to write on and erase at the end of the week. All stickers are reusable as well so nothing goes to waste.    Writing with the crayons took me a little bit to get the hang of, but they are the only writing product that won't leave marks behind after erasing, so just practice!

You can purchase your own Creative Changes Rewarding Kids Kit at the Creative Changes website for only $24.95.
This kit is a great way to teach responsibility and rewarding a job well done!  As you can see, my little munchkin' is all smiles

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