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Homeschool Moms Giveaways & Freebies Linky Party – Week 15

Welcome to Week 15 of the Giveaways & Freebies Linky party!  We’ve been having so much fun these last few weeks with some amazing giveaways!  Thank you to all of the sponsors so far! and Thank YOU for showing up and participating in the giveaways and freebies!

This Week’s Giveaway is sponsored by The Modest Mom 

Caroline, from The Modest Mom has offered to give away 3 Character Badges Bundles.  That means 3 different people will win!  In the bundle, you’ll get:

Character Badges recommended for children ages 5-12
Little Character Badges recommended for children ages 3-5

The value of this bundle is $12.99.

What is “Character Badges”?

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Character Badges is a system consisting of three charts (the Obedience Chart, the Disobedience Chart, and the Consequence Chart), a series of specially designed badges, and a set of flash cards which work together to make character training fun and rewarding for both you and your child.

The chart system presents a visual representation of your child’s behavior for a specified period of time and can show you any areas that need attention. You may also assign consequences to specific acts of disobedience (and keep it all organized) in the hopes of helping your child better understand why what they did was wrong.

Character Badges is not intended to be the magic solution for instant obedience in your child. It’s simply a fun and creative way for you to reward them for good behavior and to teach the habits of good character with more consistency. If you feel your child training could benefit from both of these things, Character Badges can produce amazing results in your child.

Buy It

You can buy Character Badges and Little Character Badges for $12.99 at The Modest Mom.

Win It

Would you like to win one of 3 different Character Badge bundles that Caroline at The Modest Mom is giving away?  Enter in the Rafflecopter below:
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Other Giveaways & Freebies:  Lets Link Up!

It’s time to link up!  If you’re a blogger linking up, I only ask that you link back to me, if possible.  I can’t wait to see your giveaways and freebies! (If you’re reading this in an email, be sure to click to the site to see more giveaways. More could be added all week!)

Comments

  1. I LOVE the idea of having obedience, disobedience and consequences in front of me. I am very much a visual person so this would be great! As a kid, I remember all of the kids in my class benefitting from charts like these as they had a visual reminder to work on areas they were struggli.g in. Our girls are still young, but will have a 3 year old in July that I do believe would really ‘enjoy’ this.

  2. I love that it makes character training more intentional, and more intentional, concrete, and rewarding for my children. 🙂

  3. the visual reminder to me and my kids is the appeal. thanks for the opportunity!

  4. I really love the Virtue Kids program, but it seems to aim for older kids who can read. Mine can’t. I need something that will meet them at their level and motivate them without being too watered down. I’m hoping the Character Badges will do that. They love earning stickers and badges for other games.

  5. I love that it teaches responsibility for your actions!

  6. I like that it helps to give the child a visual of what they are learning. It helps them to apply what they’ve learned.

  7. LOVE the physical, REAL aspect of it…you can touch it, feel it, it’s a tactile learning experience rather than just a “check mark”. Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  8. I like the idea of a list of both positive and negative consequences for actions. I’m not so good about being consistent, so having a list or plan written out would be helpful for both me and the kids.

  9. Jessica Medina says:

    The visual reminder.

  10. I have a six year old and I think that this would help him accomplish some character goals in general. I know at this age he is hanging out with kids from the public schools and picking up on their lingo and I think this would encourage him to stay focused more on family than others!

  11. judith martinez says:

    I love that it would provide a visual reminder for my children of the character qualities we want our children to have.

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