A Kudo Banz Starter Kit was sent for review. All opinions are the honest thoughts of the reviewer.

Chances are if you read this blog you are a parent. As a parent, I’m willing to guess you’ve made countless sticker charts, goal sheets, and even resorted to bribery at times. Kudo Banz takes these all to the next level.

Kudo Banz is a sticker chart for your child's wrist. ADKudo Banz is like a sticker chart for your child’s wrist. The wristband design makes it easy to give your child kudos for listening right away instead of waiting until you get home. If you’re anything like me, you most likely forget and then eventually the chart is forgotten completely.

Since Kudo Banz can go with you, this makes it easy to reward good behavior in the moment. The band is designed with a 1-2-3 so your child can easily see their progress and know exactly where they are at in their goals.Kudo Banz presents The Adventures of Drago and George. ADTo get started with Kudo Banz, I would definitely suggest the starter pack. It comes with everything you need to begin your journey to better listeners. The set comes with a book entitled The Adventures of Drago and George and the Magical Banz that introduce the Kudo Banz to your child in a fun and exciting way as well as 2 banz and 6 Kudos.

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My favorite part of the book is that when you get to the end the characters invite your child to start their own journey with Kudo Banz, and encourage them to be better listeners. It then has a page to write down goals with your child. We chose some areas that have been a real struggle – eat all your dinner, listen the first time, and don’t yell at your siblings.

Kudo Banz App is a magical world for kids. ADOnce the book has been read and the Kudo Banz introduced, it’s time to download the free app. In here you personalize not only each child but their reward wheel as well. Rosalina loves to go shopping so she can earn a shopping reward, while Lincoln loves to play on electronics so he can earn 30 minutes of screen time.

You can see it in action in this Better Connecticut segment.

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There are a lot of really awesome things about the Kudo Banz, but the one thing I’d love to see changed is different options besides the wristband. Most of my kids have gone through a stage where they hate anything on their arms. This has caused us to already lose one band. I’d love to see something like a carabiner, or belt attachment. Something that still comes with the child throughout the day, but is also not going to bother them.

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So far my favorite thing that has come from the Kudo Banz is that my kids are listening more. Not always that first time, but they are trying. I’ve also learned just how smart my 7-year-old is. When I told her she needed to stop asking for Kudo (that’s not how this works) she responded: “I’m not asking Mom, I’m being proactive!

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