October 21, 2014

Bedtime Reward Chart #Giveaway


The Puzzled Palate and Just Another Mom are working together again to bring you another amazing giveaway that is perfect for the kiddos! 

My daughter is a visual learner. Like most kids on the spectrum, M does better with a set routine. I love the Good Night, Sleep Tight Reward Chart by Victoria Chart Company for that reason! If you have a kiddo that would benefit from a visual aid- check them out and enter our giveaway!

The honor award winner of National Parenting Publication Awards 2013,  the Good Night, Sleep Tight reward chart creates the perfect bedtime routine for children. It provides a step by step routine with tips and guidelines to help set your kiddos up for a healthy night of sleep. 
Gold star stickers reward the pre-bedtime routine such as putting on pajamas, brushing teeth, reading a bedtime book and getting into bed. In the morning smiley face reward stickers acknowledge the child's successful accomplishments from the night before, such as staying in their own bed, not calling out and falling asleep naturally. 
Each pack contains: 
• Large chart (17 inches high x 11 inches wide)
• 48 *reusable gold star reward stickers
• 130 *reusable colored smiley face reward stickers
• Supportive information sheet with working example, tips and guidelines
• Dry erase pen
• Sticky mounting pads for the wall.
 You can even download  a FREE printable Sleep Certificate once for your child!
*All of the stickers contain a repositionable adhesive-making the stickers reusable when positioned on the chart. The charts do not work on their own, parent or caregiver involvement is key to their success. As children feel good about their progress they will want to repeat their positive actions.

Enter to Win!

* Disclaimer- Participating bloggers are not responsible for delivery of the prize. Just Another Mom did receive a complimentary product to facilitate this giveaway. The Puzzled Palate and other participating bloggers were not compensated in any way.


  1. I received a similar thermometer last year (it was through Klout, not Influenster.) I had some of the same results. My son loves playing with it, and while he is playing with this thermometer, I can take his temperature another way. (Thankfully I received it for free. The readings are all over the place.)

  2. The one I tried was awesome! It took a few tries to figure out positioning, but then it was super easy to use, and accurate.

  3. Chef Demetra OvertonOctober 21, 2014 at 2:20 PM

    I hope the CDC isn't using these LOL! But seriously, this is good information.

  4. Red keeps thinking that it's time to get up around 4-5am. And screams to lay in our bed.... #nope. I'm wondering if this would help him, or a clock that actually said when it was time to get up!

  5. I got a behind the ear thermometer that did the same thing... awful. Now we have an across the forehead TOUCHING one and it does much better. But you still can't beat the in the mouth, under the tounge!

  6. TSA and everything are actually using infrared thermometers that are more like $100. Way more expensive! :)

  7. This cracked me up! $60 toy to allow a kid to have their temp taken!

  8. I've had terrible luck with the thermal ones too. The only one that seems to work is the one the pediatrician has in his office.

  9. Once L goes to bed, we're good. it's the getting him there without a fight...

  10. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I have looked at these before and bought a low end one that was so so. Apparently it's just a flaw of the no touches. I'm going to stay traditional.

  11. I am for sure! It isn't good quality just because it looks fancy...

  12. Well...only $30 more:) But I am sure that they have better ones than this!

  13. I tried and tried. No such luck. I am glad yours worked!

  14. That is too funny! Thanks for the tip;)