REVIEW: Reward Stampers

When I was at school I can remember getting reward stickers or stamps in my homework diary and after collecting so many you got a merit certificate.  Roo’s school have a different system of raffle tickets, where when a child has been caught being good, helpful, behaved well or completed a task well they receive one half of special raffle tickets.  The other half is then placed in a box and each Friday one ticket is drawn out and that child receives a little treat (usually a pencil or little cheap toys etc).

With Roo’s behaviour being a little up and own recently I really wanted to try to do some sort of reward chart system to hopefully encourage her to make better choices.  So when Stamps Direct offered me the opportunity to review their Reward Stampers I thought that these looked like an solution to what I was looking for.

Stamps Direct - Reward Stampers


Key features:

  • Self inking stampers
  • Storage try provided
  • Ten designs in four colours
  • Impression size 19 x 19mm
  • Not suitable for stamping onto skin


Once Roo came home from school I sat her down and explained that she would receive a stamp for making good choices with regards her behaviour, for completing daily tasks i.e. brushing teeth, getting dressed etc without complaining and for being helpful.  At the end of each week if she had 5 or more stamps within each category then she would get to chose a treat.

I was impressed with the quality of the stamped image providing a crisp, clear image.  As they as so easy to use even Roo was able to join in with her reward system and stamp when she had earned a new one.  Although their has been improvement in some areas of her behaviour, her attitude is something that still needs addressing and sadly I don’t think that stamps will aid that change.

Price 
£35.10

Available from Stamps Direct
Boo xxx
Disclosure Policy: We received a set of Rewards Stampers FOC for the purpose of review. 
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