Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Progress Cards are helping my boys make progress with their studies

I have been lucky enough to review these great cards called Progress Cards.
 
60 cards showing a multitude of skills, behaviors, and school accomplishments for my young men to work on.
 



These different cards for the boys to work on, also come with "Parent Cards". These Parent Cards are rewards your children can earn once they complete their cards.
 
Now if you cards are like mine, they have attentions spans that are relatively short and like to accomplish things quickly.
I choose 2 cards and broke them out in 2 sections.
 
Anth gets the Reading Card and Luke gets the Match card. These are the 2 we began with.
They don't use a tutor so I crossed it out and divided the 10 circles into 2 sections of 5. This makes their goals a little more attainable.
 
Once they have completed their 5 day sections, they'll receive a parent card, a reward.
I think I know which child will choose each card for their 1st reward...
 
Now, these Progress cards are generally for kids, but while looking through them, I found one for Me !
 
 
The Stress Buster Practice Card... I plan on utilizing this one on my own.

There are a multitude of different topics you can work on with your child, such as, Self Confidence, Art, Fears, Test Taking, Siblings (we'll be using this one), Morning Routine, and many more!
 
Now you can purchase the entire Awesome complete set of 60 Parent Passes, Progress Book, and 60 Progress Cards (for $16.99 + S/H).
Click here to find out more
 
 
 
Progress Cards



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8 comments:

  1. Sounds good to me--anything that will get a child to read and think and learn and have fun-I'm all for!

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  2. This is a great idea! My son would benefit from something like this.

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  3. The free progress cards are a great way to get started. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. this is a great idea! thanks for sharing!!!

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  5. This is a wonderful idea! My grandson would definitely benefit from this!

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  6. I would've loved to have something like this when I was growing up!

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  7. This is a great idea! I'll be telling my sister, she has some problems with my niece getting things done or obeying but these cards can hold her accountable so it may help! thanks!

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  8. This is great! Wish I had this to help when my son was in school.

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