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Positively parenting: Kudo Banz are a wearable reward system

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Kudo Banz are a wearable, mobile reward system that can be used to reinforce good behavior whether you and your unruly tot are in the supermarket or at home, attempting toilet training or getting ready for school. The Kudos are attachable charms that the parent adds to the child’s rubber wristband each time they achieve the sought-after behavior. When the child earns his third Kudo, he scans it with the free app, and watches as the charm — embedded with an AR code — unlocks their customized reward wheel, so the child can earn an easy — yet special — perk like extra time outside or an additional story at bedtime.

The starter pack includes: two wristbands; six Kudo charms (four stars and two scannable charms; “The Adventures of Drago and George” book; and a carrying pouch for the charms and bands.

Recommended for kids ages 3 to 10, the Kudo Banz set rewards kids for conducting themselves well, and helps parents replace yelling and time-outs with encouragement.

Kudo Banz Starter Pack, $29.95, www.kudobanz.com.

Posted 12:00 am, November 2, 2017
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