Since its beginnings, Brili has had two main reward types:
- Earned free time to be enjoyed when a routine is finished before its scheduled end time
- Star rewards earned with each activity completed
Until now though, there hasn't been too much to do with the stars except for parents to decide with their kids what, say, 200 stars are worth, and then when that star count was achieved, parents had to remember to redeem the 200 stars for what was agreed on. Perhaps a sticky note on the fridge recorded the agreement and reminded kids of what they were working towards.
We are happy to say rewards have been significantly improved.
Over the next few days, we are releasing Brili v1.6, which now does much, much more with star rewards. In a nutshell, here's how it works:
- Parent/caregiver defines available rewards in Parent Mode
- Kids choose one of the available rewards in Kid Mode
- As kids complete routines, they receive progress prompts to remind them of how close they are to earning the reward.
- Kids earn the reward by accumulating the number of stars that it's worth.
- The parent redeems the reward in Parent Mode, which automatically deducts the correct star value.
- Parents can now manually adjust star balances up or down.
Cool, right? Here are the details.
1. Parent/caregiver defines available rewards in Parent Mode