Great Reward System
I use these coins as a reward system for my 4 year old daughter. She gets the coins for being good. Then she can turn them in for trips, going out to eat or toys. It's going GREAT. She tries extra hard to earn them!! She's even turned around and given me some of her coins for being a good Mom! HA!
July 24, 2010
Just make sure you go through each of the bags when you open the bags because I found whole sections of staples for staplers in some of the bags
October 10, 2014
I use these in my music class and the children behave better if they think they might get one for behaving nicely and are kind to others.
kids love getting these. They try harder, behave better and really can't wait for their turn to do the next right thing.
September 25, 2014
I got a bag of animals instead of coins
My children loved the stickers, car erasers. I got a bag of tiny animals instead of the kindness coins. I kept them because I could use them for my Sunday School class.
September 14, 2014
Love this message!
I love these coins as little trinkets with positive, pay-it-forward messaging!
August 11, 2014
I love the idea of the kindness coins! I just wish they didn't have made in China written on the coins.
I love the kindness coins and plan to use them in my counseling program for lower school students. I just wish they didn't have the made in China embossed into the coin. It looks tacky and takes away from the message the coin is trying to spread. Have them put that they are made in china on the bag, but not on the coins.
August 1, 2014
We use these as rewards for paying attention during our preschool safety program.
June 1, 2014
Had these sprinkled on a table during a meal. they were a hit.
March 9, 2014
This was a handout for students.
March 7, 2014
Smiles are Contagious & These Coins Bring About a Grin
I bought these coins for a "Kindness Counts" contest for our family's Easter Egg Hunt. The idea was to sell coins for a quarter and the youngsters received votes by the number of coins they were handed throughout the day. The Grand Prize winner received the money collected plus a "Jesus is so Sweet" box of goodies. Eleven runners up received the same goody box as well. My expectation was that the game would cause good sportsmanship & frivolity during the day. However, I arrived too late to institute the rules of play. So, I ended up giving the coins away in Christmas packages. I've purchased another bag & am awaiting another chance to use them. They say, "You Made Me Smile" on one side. And, a simple smile is a blessing to the spirit of the giver & the receiver. I hand them out to strangers sometimes.
February 25, 2014