Best Reward Tracker App

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    Who couldn’t use a little help keeping their kids on track? Whether it is getting kids to help around the house, use please and thank you, or become more active, reward charts are a great way to focus the whole family on modifying a specific behavior or achieving a goal.

    Unfortunately, I always seem to misplace, rip or spill on our paper charts. And, because I keep them at home, they are not readily available when I want to reward or track behavior outside the house. I discovered that an App can be more convenient to use and more motivating for my kids than old fashioned paper charts.  And, if you use stickers for your at-home reward charts, these Apps can be a more affordable option, too.

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    What a great App! Here’s how it helps moms stay on top of it all:

     

    • Select one or more tasks from an extensive list or create your own (e.g Manners, Homework, No Teasing).
    • Designate rewards and assign value (stars) to each reward (e.g Movie Night, Sleepover, $2 Pocket Money).
    • Add stars for your child’s good behavior with the touch of a finger.
    • Assign rewards when goals are achieved and automatically adjust the child’s Balance”.
    • See child’s progress on all tasks by week.
    • View a summary of all children’s progress on a single screen.
    • Personalize each child’s record with their name and picture.
    • Share achievements on Twitter and Facebook.

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    The features available really allow you to customize the reward system for your individual child and offer an excellent visual tool for the whole family to keep tabs on a child’s progress. My kids love to see how many stars they have earned! (Free for one child, $3.99 for multiple children.) iTunes® reviews – 3.5 out of 5 stars.

     

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    Marble Jar Reward


    Marble Jar does not have all the bells and whistles offered by iRewardChart, but it does still offer an easy way for you to track your child’s behavior. The concept is simple. You create a goal and assign a number of marbles to it. Each time the child earns a marble you can, or they can drag, the marble into the jar and the jar fills up. Add multiple jars for different goals or children. ($.99) iTunes reviews – 4 out of 5 stars.

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