For the past month or so some of the team have been working on a new revised version of the Pocket Money Dashboard. And now it’s live!
The Pocket Money Dashboard is the focus point for everything “pocket money” for children on Roosterbank. We wanted to make sure that kids were getting easy access to all the awesome features of the site, whether that is the latest reviews in The RB (our online magazine), competitions, Roostie Redemption treats, as well as seeing what their friends are up to on the street. So the team have been working hard to add some Roosterbank kapow to it!
Don’t worry though, there is plenty that is familiar and we have kept all the great bits of the old dashboard.
As you will see, the navigation has been tweaked. Kids can navigate to the Village where they can build their farm, play educational games to earn Roosties and take part in challenges. Kids can also now navigate straight to their favourite bit of the Rooster Shop, whether that’s looking at the most popular items, checking our Give page where they can donate to over a thousand different organisations or visit the Roostie Zone where they can use their Roosties to get prizes.
The Wallet and Safe.
The Wallet (to get things now) and Safe (to put aside for the future) are still there. What is exciting is that kids can now use the Roostie interest they earn from keeping money in their Safe, to either trade for prizes in the Roostie Zone or to buy things for their farm in the Village – Roosterbank loves savers!
The RB encourages kids to discuss and review stuff, decide what’s worth parting with their hard earned pocket money for and practising their reading and writing. With that in mind, children can check out the latest conversations, reviews and news in Chatty Corner which collects all the great stuff going on in The RB.
When we created Roosterbank, we not only wanted a place where families could manage their pocket money but a fun community where children could learn together safely. Roosterbank lets kids find their friends on the site, so they can check out how well they are all doing, compete for points in the games and also share reviews and competitions in a safe environment – as shown by our Kids Safe Certificate.
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