As parents, we are always stuck on the negatives and all the things our children do incorrectly. We all do it! Let’s try a new way!! Use positive reinforcement and reward your children for all the things they do correctly, without even being told. When you use this app, it will show you an easy way to reward your children for the great things they do, from small to large. The Caught Being Good App is a great tool for teachers too!
Use this app today and you will begin to see amazing changes in your children.
-Uses a spinning wheel to create anticipation and excitement
-100% Customizable. Change, add or turn off rewards
-Bank accounts keep track of earned rewards for multiple children
-Change probability of any 1 reward appearing on the wheel
-Optional periodic posts to Facebook to allow friends and family to share in the success
Caught Being Good uses positive reinforcement on an intermittent schedule, which has been proven to be a powerful motivator. Results of using Caught Being Good are to increase your child’s self esteem, focus on the positive, promote desirable behavior and reward good behavior instead of bad. It’s so easy, “Catch” your child doing something good and ask them to spin for their reward. Running on iPhone and iPod touch, this app makes your life easier and more enjoyable by effectively using positive reinforcement instead of punishment to shape your children’s behavior.
Caught Being Good comes completely ready to go, preset with rewards, just edit or turn off any you choose not to use. Because you can change and add rewards, the app can be used for all ages - you may even try it with your partner, in the classroom and at the office.
By focusing both the parent and the child on the positive, Caught Being Good produces effective and dramatic results. Try this app and your life will become more enjoyable and more productive.
Use the app for multiple children, each gets their own bank account to store rewards that can’t be granted immediately.
The app comes pre-weighted with larger rewards "randomly" being displayed with less frequency. Parents also have the ability to customize the weighting of each item, deciding how often the item will be displayed ranging from 1 - infrequently to 5 - frequently.