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#1 EBLeearne

Posted 02 May 2012 - 11:42 AM


We are giving you the chance to win one of three Goal and Reward Chart Packs from Elfie Love.

Elfie Love products, including its new Goal & Reward Chart Packs, are all designed with the intention to bring families together so parents can enjoy all the special moments with their kids and create a Happy Family Life together. Elfie Love is committed to creating fun way to help kids reach their full potential.  Suitable for all ages and stages, three themed Goal and Reward Chart Packs provide hours of fun for the whole family and deliver the ultimate way to set important life goals while offering instant encouragement for positive behaviour.

My Amazing Day Pack encourages kids to establish a routine by setting daily habits for responsible and independent behaviour with goals such as brush my teeth, pack my schoolbag, help look after my pets and rewards such as invite a friend over, pocket money and family movie night.  

My Excellent Health Pack encourages kids to eat well, exercise and take care of their minds and bodies every day with goals such as eat a healthy breakfast, eat my veggies, try a new sport and rewards such as bake some healthy cookies, plant a seed, and fun arty-crafty activity.

My Fantastic Values Pack recognises and encourages kind, caring and respectful behaviour. With goals such as be a good listener, recycle my rubbish, use good manners, and rewards such as extra story at bedtime, visit the library and mystery surprise.

For more information, visit www.elfielove.com and www.facebook.com/elfielove

Prize:
3 Goal & Reward Chart Packs that include My Amazing Day Goal Reward Chart Pack, My Excellent Health Goal and Reward Chart Pack and My Fantastic Values Goal and Reward Chart Pack.
Each pack includes:
• Reward Chart
• 80 Well Done Encouragement Stickers
• 24 Goal and Reward Stickers
o Plus Personalise your own
o Plus Goals Guide with helpful tips
• 24 Reward Stickers
o Plus Personalise your own
o Plus Goals Guide with helpful tips
• Elfie Land Stickers
• Completion Certificate
• And more!

For more information: elfielove.com or www.facebook.com/elfielove.

Each pack is valued at $19.95 each. Total pack (3 titles) is valued at $59.95 each.
Total prize value being $179.85.

How to enter:
For your chance to win just reply below with the answer to the following question in 25 words or less: “What goals do you want to promote and encourage with your children in your family home?"

T &Cs pinned in competition forum.
Competition commences Wednesday 2 May 2012 until Wednesday 30 May 2012.

#2 ernesto

Posted 02 May 2012 - 02:53 PM

Basic courtesy and manners, that seem to be lacking in today's society. It doesn't hurt to say please or thank you, or even excuse me or bless you when someone sneezes. I want to promote and encourage great manners.....which they have at home, then seem to vanish when they are around other peoples little monsters who lack them.

#3 MuffTuft

Posted 02 May 2012 - 03:01 PM

Putting things away!!  The goal is that everything has its rightful place, and there will be less mess and clutter, and more time to play if we don't have to spend ages picking up after ourselves.    I want to teach them not to have to double handle,  by immediately putting things straight back in their correct and rightful place......like we did before they came along!!   Might even have to start rewarding their father for this too original.gif  

#4 ernesto69.

Posted 02 May 2012 - 03:08 PM

Helpfulness, I really want to promote and encourage them to aid and assist wherever their little hands and bodies are capable.  And I don't mean big things, little things like helping Mum set the table,   or pairing socks when the washing comes in.  By starting small,  they'll grow up to be independent and able to do it all, and more, not waiting for someone else to do things for them.  I want them to be go getters, not lazy bums!!   Like their Mum who can and does do it all and so much more.

#5 sne

Posted 02 May 2012 - 03:18 PM

I want to promote kindness, cooperation and tolerance within my household.  We are a blended family and sometimes there is a sometimes his vs hers vibe which I want to gently stop.  We are all part of the same family now.  Not everyone gets on all the time but if we have kindness, cooperation and tolerance we can sort out the disagreements quickly and in a non hurtful way.

Edited by sne, 02 May 2012 - 03:19 PM.


#6 Bob-the-skull

Posted 02 May 2012 - 03:44 PM

For my high anxiety and quick to temper boy the two goals of being able to try a new thing, and to walk away

#7 Mariamsmum

Posted 02 May 2012 - 08:26 PM

Elfie Love reward packs have perfectly encapsulated my goals for my children: look after themselves, follow their routine, be respectful and value their friends/family.

#8 cms26

Posted 02 May 2012 - 10:55 PM

In Nanna's house the goal is for children and Nanna having an 'amazing day' so that there are surprises and happy stories to take home.

#9 Neat22

Posted 03 May 2012 - 11:52 AM

Their goals are achievable for ages 3 and 5 years.  Tidying own room, pack up after play.  Brush own hair and teeth.  I'm there if need be, but it's the self-help that is giving independance; skills. Which is enough of a goal for now original.gif

#10 milasmum

Posted 04 May 2012 - 05:47 PM

I'd like to promote and encourage independence for themselves and respect for others (age appropriate for a  2, 4, and 6yr old) within our household!

#11 trixh

Posted 05 May 2012 - 06:48 PM

Good manners since they reflect on what kind of parents and upbringing they have.

#12 Mrs Miller

Posted 06 May 2012 - 11:48 PM

Honesty, Responsibility, particularly financial responsibility. I'll teach my children to work hard for what they want and to set financial goals so they can be in a better position than I am.



#13 3_for_me

Posted 07 May 2012 - 12:00 AM

I need to teach my children independence in caring for themselves, others and their surroundings, especially as two of them are on the autism spectrum and struggle with this.

#14 mzmumma81

Posted 07 May 2012 - 10:04 AM

With 2 kids under 5 with special needs ,everyday is a reward in my household. to get through everyday the best we can is our goal.   original.gif

#15 ziggo

Posted 08 May 2012 - 11:17 AM

To encourage good manners, listening skills and co-operation with daily activities, like getting dressed, putting toys away, going to bed at night ect.

#16 Charli09

Posted 08 May 2012 - 05:25 PM

QUOTE (EBLeearne @ 02/05/2012, 12:12 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>

We are giving you the chance to win one of three Goal and Reward Chart Packs from Elfie Love.

Elfie Love products, including its new Goal & Reward Chart Packs, are all designed with the intention to bring families together so parents can enjoy all the special moments with their kids and create a Happy Family Life together. Elfie Love is committed to creating fun way to help kids reach their full potential.  Suitable for all ages and stages, three themed Goal and Reward Chart Packs provide hours of fun for the whole family and deliver the ultimate way to set important life goals while offering instant encouragement for positive behaviour.

My Amazing Day Pack encourages kids to establish a routine by setting daily habits for responsible and independent behaviour with goals such as brush my teeth, pack my schoolbag, help look after my pets and rewards such as invite a friend over, pocket money and family movie night.  

My Excellent Health Pack encourages kids to eat well, exercise and take care of their minds and bodies every day with goals such as eat a healthy breakfast, eat my veggies, try a new sport and rewards such as bake some healthy cookies, plant a seed, and fun arty-crafty activity.

My Fantastic Values Pack recognises and encourages kind, caring and respectful behaviour. With goals such as be a good listener, recycle my rubbish, use good manners, and rewards such as extra story at bedtime, visit the library and mystery surprise.

For more information, visit www.elfielove.com and www.facebook.com/elfielove

Prize:
3 Goal & Reward Chart Packs that include My Amazing Day Goal Reward Chart Pack, My Excellent Health Goal and Reward Chart Pack and My Fantastic Values Goal and Reward Chart Pack.
Each pack includes:
• Reward Chart
• 80 Well Done Encouragement Stickers
• 24 Goal and Reward Stickers
o Plus Personalise your own
o Plus Goals Guide with helpful tips
• 24 Reward Stickers
o Plus Personalise your own
o Plus Goals Guide with helpful tips
• Elfie Land Stickers
• Completion Certificate
• And more!

Each pack is valued at $19.95 each. Total pack (3 titles) is valued at $59.95 each.
Total prize value being $179.85.

How to enter:
For your chance to win just reply below with the answer to the following question in 25 words or less: “What goals do you want to promote and encourage with your children in your family home?"

T &Cs pinned in competition forum.
Competition commences Wednesday 2 May 2012 until Wednesday 30 May 2012.


#17 Charli09

Posted 08 May 2012 - 05:27 PM

Manners and toilet training will be my goal for my reward chart .My little girl is nearly three and I am hoping to get her toilet trained real soon.I think a reward chart will give my little girl extra incentive to learn original.gif

#18 shellyto4kids

Posted 08 May 2012 - 05:58 PM

to be kind to everyone, always use your manners ... and always be there for your family and friends even through the tough times.  i adore my kids and think they are so nice.   i think i am doing a good job so far original.gif

#19 Guest_lauralai_*

Posted 08 May 2012 - 08:47 PM

My daughter currently cries and complains while getting dressed- shoes too tight, pants too long, anything!  I want to encourage her to speak before grizzling.

#20 Caro28

Posted 09 May 2012 - 06:20 AM

I want to encourage mutual respect. The motto at school is Choose Respect. I want the same at home!!

#21 ALEJA

Posted 09 May 2012 - 07:54 PM

My children are young but the goals I want them to achieve are nice manners and respect.

#22 whelen22

Posted 10 May 2012 - 08:03 PM

Seeing As My Son Is Disabled He Needs Extra Encourgement To Keep Him On Track So THis Pack Woud Be Fantastic For Him As I Have To Do Home Schooling Because Of His Problems

#23 shelbyward

Posted 11 May 2012 - 12:24 AM

No biting and no hitting which has become a big problem in my house recently! Since bringing my newborn baby home, my two year old boy has developed bad behaviours and it is his 3 year old brother that is suffering most.

#24 mayj

Posted 11 May 2012 - 03:13 PM

respect, empathy, helpful, understanding consequences, that everyone should work together (including parents) in this world instead of ME ME ME! And that there is always time for fun!

#25 kirsty129

Posted 16 May 2012 - 08:01 PM

Learning to love and respect their parents and siblings and to love themselves and develop good values and a sense of personal inegrity.




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