WOW Toys Magnetic Reward Chart Giveaway

During half term I was supposed to start potty training little J. He does have a potty and he has used it but I know that I need to be more consistent with him and just take the plunge and get him trained. Last week however he was very poorly so it wasn't the right time to do it. He is recovering slowly now so once he is back to full health I will begin and I have a lovely WOW Toys Magnetic Reward Chart to encourage him to use the potty.  The chart can be used for any reason so make sure you enter my WOW Toys Magnetic Reward Chart Giveaway below.


I think the most important thing for me to do is first discuss with little J that he will be using the potty and show him his reward chart.

The reward chart is numbered 1-10 and the magnetic star striker will help me and little J see where he is up to.


I love it that little J will get a reward the first time he uses the potty as there is a toy behind door number 1. I think this will encourage him to get to number 5 were he can then get his 2nd reward and then continue to number 10 for the 3rd and final toy.


There are 3 toy rewards in the DINOS Chart, Rocky, Chompy and Royce.

The chart can be personalised with a photograph and you can also write your child's name on there to.

There is a hanging loop if you want to hang on the wall. The reward chart is portable so will be perfect to take out with you especially if using it for potty training. I know little J will want to move the star or receive his reward if he goes on the potty while we are out and about.

We love WOW Toys so I know little J will be keen to add the toys to his WOW collection.

If you would like to win a WOW Toys Magnetic Reward Chart you can enter my giveaway below.

If you are not lucky enough to win you can check out the WOW Toys range on Amazon

Good Luck

Win A WOW Toys Magnetic Reward Chart


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Competition closes on Thursday 19th November 11:59PM
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If no response a new winner will be chosen. This prize is non-transferable and there is no cash alternative. 
The prize is a WOW Toys Magnetic Reward Chart


100 comments

  1. To reward my daughter for eating all of her dinner!

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  2. Tidying up toys - Even if there is some attempt I always seem to be doing it!

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  3. we are trying to get my granddaughter to help tidy her toys after she's been playing , so this would be great to give her a reward when she helps

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  4. Potty training one of my mindees

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  5. My little boy is going through a the naught 2's and will not listen, I think I woul;d have to use it for listening to mummy!

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  6. i would use it for my son toilet training x

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  7. i think i might do the toilet training too :o)

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  8. christine shelley5 November 2015 at 15:42

    MY neice would use it when Maia wingesand wont listen

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  9. To reward my children for brushing their teeth

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  10. I would use it to potty train my daughter

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  11. What would you use the Reward Chart for? . . . . . . being nice to each other (they are brothers)

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  12. To get my fussy son to eat some vegetables

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  13. I would use the chart to try and help encourage my little one to stay dry during the night

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  14. Rewarding my son for helping around the house

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  15. For good behaviour!

    Ashleigh

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  16. I use it to encourage good behaviour

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  17. To Potty Train my Grandson

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  18. Listening to mummy and daddy/good behaviour

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  19. Potty training my daughter as we are just starting

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  20. Rewarding my daughter when she does well with her potty training :D

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  21. We'd reward our son for progressing with his reading. Great gift.

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  22. for when my girlfriends nephew does what he's told

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  23. We're at Potty training stage too, so it would give my little fella an incentive ;)

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  24. for behavior and potty training

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  25. For good behaviour in my son, he's getting a bit rude lately so this would help!

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  26. For my kids to listen to what they are being told! Lol x

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  27. Good listening when asked to do something.

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  28. My son and I would use it to establish good behaviour

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  29. I'd use it to help my little one learn to share more

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  30. to reward good behaviour, not hitting or talking back, a thing which our three year old does a lot lol!!

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  31. Going to nursery everyday without any fuss

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  32. Getting Zoe to stay in her own bed at night

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  33. To encourage good behaviour and less temper tantrums

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  34. to encourage my eldest to try more food x

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  35. i would use to encourage my son to do everyday things like vbrushing his teeth putting toys away etc

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  36. I'd take it into school to encourage good behaviour with the kids in my group!

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  37. to encourage my twin boys to use the potty/toilet and to play nicely together

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  38. To encourage my daughter to tidy up and for helping around the house

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  39. to reward my kids for good behaviour

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  40. I would use it to help my autistic son with good behaviour x

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  41. Teaching my daughter to be tidy :)

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  42. Toileting or getting my son to bed listening first time

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  43. would definitely use it for my 2 yr olds bad behavior. shes at a stage where shes beating up her older brothers!!! ones 8 and ones 6! shes very demanding lil lady...but i gotta put a reign on her! :) xx

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  44. To reward my daughter for keeping her room tidy,we are having problems getting her to tidy away her toys so this would be ideal!

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  45. Playing nicely with other children, especially his older brother!

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  46. I would give it to my daughter-in-law and son as they have five children. They would put it to good use.

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  47. to keep my daughter's bedroom tidy

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  48. I would use this for when my nephew stays

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  49. Potty training - my daughter is nearly 3 so its time to start soon

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  50. for when the boys help with their little sister

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  51. Reward my sons good sharing at preschool

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  52. It'd be a choice between my daughter for eating her food or my son for staying in his bed!

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  53. Potty Training, Were going good so far my 2 and half year old son takes himself to the toilet and flushes. In the house hes perfect but outside noooo chance lol

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  54. My daughter doesn't like trying new food so I would use it to reward her for trying new food

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  55. I would give it to my daughter for my grandson .

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  56. My nephew who has gotten into some bad sleeping habits since the birth of his younger sister!

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  57. Trying hard with her daily speech therapy

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  58. My little boy has autism and is non verbal. We are just starting to use pecs, for him to communicate. We have got a pecs area in the living room , the reward chart would be there and used for when he hopefully successfully uses his pecs :)

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  59. I would give this to my friend who would find it really useful for potty training her little boy

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  60. My daughter needs to stop dribbling in her taxi home from school xxx

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  61. To reward my 3year old for staying in her own bed all night.

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  62. I would give this to my Son Joseph to reward him for good behaviour. Its a fantastic idea x

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  63. I need to potty train my 2 and half year old as he is very stubborn! lol

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