Let Nora Or Leo Help You With Behavior Modification For Your Child

The concept is called "Nora & Leo, The Simple Solution to Positive Parenting." It is still in Kickstarter mode but this NEEDS to be on the market. I don't know a parent who didn't need something like this at one time or another.

Goddess' new homework helper
The idea was created by Joy Bianchi Brown. When her girls were young, She needed a little bit of magic to help with their behavior issues. Her idea of Good Fairies Nora & Leo™ grew from her own trial and error as a parent. “I struggled with how to raise well behaved, socially responsible children,” Joy said,  “The concept of Nora & Leo changed everything, and the idea was so simple.”



At a young age, Joy introduced her daughters to the magical jewel fairy, Nora.  The girls would earn jewels for agreed upon good behavior and once they earned 20, “Nora” would surprise them by “magically” replacing the jewels with rewards.  It was a great way to teach delayed gratification and reward their positive behavior at the same time.

We were lucky enough to be able to check out one of the fairies for ourselves. We chose Nora and so far Goddess is responsive to the program AND eager to collect gems outside of the original arrangement we made regarding how she would get gems. 

Each kit includes a super cute illustrated book, 20 colorful & chunky jewels, adorable Fairy doll or Pirate doll, a treasure chest, a progress report counter, and a parent guide booklet.  

As children develop good behavior habits, they earn jewels.  Once they have collected 20 jewels, the good fairies Nora & Leo "magically" replace them with a special reward! It's like Santa Claus and the Tooth fairy wrapped in one.


If you are interested backing Joy and her magical fairies, check out the Kickstarter program. It was launched on October 13th with a goal of $15,000. Within 24 hours it had raised over $5,000. They are now up to 7600+ and with 16 days to go I am sure they will make their goal!


Check out our unboxing of the Nora kit:


Disclaimer: I received a complimentary product for my honest opinion. No monetary compensation was offered.

11 comments:

Jules Bianchi said...

Wonderful!!!

Sandra Watts said...

I love that!

Julie Wood said...

This is really adorable and sounds like a good way to to help this person with her project and get kids to be rewarded for good behavior. I think it is a good idea!

Natalie B. said...

This is a really cool behavioral modification tool. I hope she does well with this!

Clary said...

This is so awesome. I know a lot of kids that need this type of encouragement and at the same time reward them when they are good. Cute idea!

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Susan Newman said...

What a great program. I know several kids that could benefit from this.

Tracysweetangl said...

Awesome, how net!

Darla Peduzzi said...

I love this! I would of loved it as a kid that's for sure!

Cheryl said...

Nora and Leo are both adorably cute.

D Johnson said...

I love this! It would really help my niece.

Marnie G (Derrick Todd) said...

What a great idea. I really like thia way of learning.

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