Acts of Kindness

Following the Reward Chart post, I am little stuck with what Max’s reward should be for his Acts of Kindness. I don’t want it to be sweets/candy or chocolate, as I believe the sugar rewards he is receiving on a daily basis are enough.

Any suggestions please?

In the mean time, he picked a Father Christmas chocolate figure this week, due to my running out of time to come up with a better idea.

With the way he hugs and plays with it, I just hope it doesn’t melt!

9 thoughts on “Acts of Kindness

  1. ProsperityAndCalamities says:

    Some ideas for non-food rewards: Playing with him for a half hour or hour where he gets to choose which games/toys you both play with, Adding up points to go on an adventure (trip to the movies, bowling, etc), Building a fort with blankets/boxes/whatever you have and then using a flashlight to read a book inside it, A special art project that you pick out ahead of time and have ready for when he earns it.

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  2. jazzyjenness says:

    I like the ideas that prosperity and calamites gave you. Those are great non-food and non tech device rewards. My daughter is trying to encourage my 6 year old granddaughter to use her words and not throw temper tantrums. I explained to her that toys, tv time and such will not help her down the road with understanding consequences and knowing right from wrong. I suggested similar things as prosperity and calamaties. Kids really treasure one on one time. Being given choices to pick out games and crafts.


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