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    Default Ideas for Rewards Box

    We have a 2 and 3 year old who for the most part are lovely caring little girls bit come bed time they become monsters- bouncing on their beds, refusing to sleep, etc etc. we go thru phases but this seems to be a bad phase- once they are asleep they are asleep but getting them there is hell. We are going to try a reward chart- we thought 5 stickers (5 nights easy settling) and they can have a reward- what are some cheap and small rewards I can put in a box- I was thinking play dough, bracelets????

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    Glow sticks, my little pony stuff(saw some at woolies that are in a packet so its a mystery as to which one you will get), crayons, colouring stuff.

    I do a happy ticket thing with my son who is 6. He has cars, kinder suprises, books, money and a few other things in his box which he can choose a surprise from when he gets 10 tickets for doing things he needs to do or asked to do.

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    Pretty hair ties/ bows, headbands, stickers, bouncy balls.


 

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