Miggins & B Reward Charts Review

I was so happy when Miggins & B asked me to try there Reward charts. We are currently in the process of potty training, so it couldn’t of come at a better time. I had been looking at different Reward charts for a while and when I came across the Miggins & B ones I was instantly drawn to there uniqueness.
Miggins & B do a variety of different reward charts for both girls and boys of all ages at a cost of £12.50 each. There made of PVC which means their wipe clean and able to be reused. Each design comes with a set of stickers to suit the design for example The Football Design comes with stickers of footballers. There is a lovely space at the bottom of each reward chart to store the stickers until they need to be used.


I decided to best way to try and get my little ones to take interest and engage with the Reward charts was to let them choose there designs themselves. My little girl chose The Fairy Garden and my little boy chose Happy Dinosaur.
The Happy dinosaur one was brilliant, and as soon as we opened it my little boy loved it. Initially he had the most fun using  it as telescope thanks to the wonderful way it was packaged. However once he actually unwrapped it his face was a picture. The Happy Dinosaur Reward Chat comes with a set of stickers  which consists of with dinosaurs spikes and a smile for the the child to place on the dinosaur one by one as and when they earn a reward. When deciding what was best to use the chart for, we came to the decision we would use it to try and help promote our little boys speech, hes coming up 3 soon and has a limited vocabulary he can say some words but could use a bit of extra motivation.



 The Fairy Garden Reward Chart suited my little girl perfectly. She went thru a stage of having nightmares and she had these little fairy figurines, so we told her that at night time the fairy’s watched over her and flew around her room and gave her little kisses ( As if by magic the nightmares from then on stopped). As were currently in the process of tackling potty training with my little girl we decided to use the reward chart to continue promoting that. Even though we’ve almost cracked it were still not quiet there with night times yet and are hoping that the idea of her getting to place a fairy on her fairy garden reward chart each morning if she has a  dry night might change that.


Miggins & B recommend that you only use their reward charts to focus on one behavior at a time, so the time being we will just remain using them for those and then once there tackled, thanks to the great re-usability of the Miggins & B reward charts we can look at using them for other things too.

Disclosure: Miggins & B were lovely enough to send 2 reward charts ( The Fairy Garden and Happy Dinosaur) for the purpose of this honest review.

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  1. April 3, 2016 / 11:53 am

    These look really good. We are potty training too but very slow process with asd. He gets quite frustrated with usual reward charts as he wants the stickers but these might work as stickers build part of the picture 🙂

    • April 4, 2016 / 12:43 pm

      aww yeah don't think my little boy will be ready for a while yet, i love the way it builds a picture too and my kids seem too as well so far xx

  2. April 3, 2016 / 1:14 pm

    Reward charts and potty training are essential!! I love the dinosaur one. I love they can be reused! x

    • April 4, 2016 / 12:44 pm

      hehe my little boy is a huge dinosaur fan too. They seem to be working well so far x

  3. April 3, 2016 / 1:52 pm

    These are a brilliant idea. I'm going to look into getting some of these for Evie. I adore the flowers one, so vibrant and fun to use. xx

    • April 4, 2016 / 12:45 pm

      There all really beautifully designed 🙂 and great for keeping the kids engaged x

  4. April 3, 2016 / 2:02 pm

    Reward charts have never really worked for us but I love the look of these ones, they look a lot better than ones we have used in the past and I like that you can get a different themed one to suit your child!

    • April 4, 2016 / 12:46 pm

      yah we normally just use the ones where you draw a star or something, thats why i was so intrigued when i saw the ways theses one were designed, such a great idea x

  5. April 3, 2016 / 3:42 pm

    I used reward charts a few time as my kids were growing up – these look fab – love that you are adding detail to the pictures, rather than just ticking a square!

  6. April 3, 2016 / 7:55 pm

    I haven't used reward charts yet with my boys – we told them that if they did certain things they could earn pocket money – only 10p, 20p, 50p and the big one £1 – and it seemed to work well! H x

    • April 4, 2016 / 12:53 pm

      Aww i sadly don't think my little ones would understand that kind of thing, that's why these worked so well for us. Each child is different thou, so what worked for us might not necessarily work for others :). thanks for the comment x

  7. April 3, 2016 / 9:34 pm

    These charts are such a good idea to reward for things, I know my friend has some for her boys and she's found them really useful x

    • April 4, 2016 / 12:53 pm

      They have been really useful especially with my little boy he seems to of taken to it really well 🙂 xx

  8. April 3, 2016 / 11:00 pm

    I agree with everyone else, these are such a great idea. I wish I had known something like for our little one.

    John M.

    • April 4, 2016 / 12:51 pm

      aww they are brill aren't they, thanks for the comment 🙂

  9. April 4, 2016 / 7:44 am

    Reward charts are brilliant – we've used them for a few things including potty training. Reusable ones sound a clever idea and my daughter would love the dinosaur.

    • April 4, 2016 / 12:50 pm

      I love the fact there reusable too, the ones we've looked at previously have been like one time use then throw away xx

  10. April 4, 2016 / 8:44 am

    These look great! I loved a reward chart when I was little. I think my little boy is just on the cusp of being able to grasp the concept of these, and we have a few things I'd like him to be working towards, so they sound ideal. I know he'd love the dinosaur one!

    • April 4, 2016 / 12:49 pm

      aw yeah thats the same for my little boy hes just getting to the age of where hes beginning to understand it, and these have definitely help him understand it a bit better x

  11. April 4, 2016 / 8:57 am

    This looks interesting. We never used the reward's chart with T, she's five now and to be fair though, she's not perfect, but thankfully listens to us most of the time 😉 x

    • April 4, 2016 / 12:47 pm

      aww sounds like you've been very lucky 🙂 thanks for the comment xx

  12. April 4, 2016 / 5:14 pm

    What a fab idea – they look very engaging! I particularly like the dinosaur one – my son would love the pictures aka "raaarrrrrrrr"'s x

  13. April 5, 2016 / 8:02 am

    Reward charts are great depending on the child. I remember we used them to chart good behavior.

  14. April 5, 2016 / 8:26 am

    i have never used a reward chart.. but im going to look it as my little one isnt so fond of brushing her teeth.. and needs a nudge in the right direction

  15. April 5, 2016 / 11:43 am

    That's such a fabulous idea. I think reward charts are brilliant anyway, so good for positive reinforcement of good behaviour. These ones are particularly cute, I love the idea of the dinosaur spikes!

  16. April 5, 2016 / 2:23 pm

    Love reward charts in our house. I haven't head of these ones. Really like the designs x

  17. April 7, 2016 / 6:56 pm

    They look lovely, my nephew would love these. I will pass it along to my sister in saw to have a read

  18. May 29, 2016 / 7:30 pm

    This looks so good, my nephew and niece have a reward chart, not sure they have been rewarded let lol x

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