My kids are in a program called AWANA, and at this program they can earn points for attendance, bringing everything they're supposed to (wearing sneakers, their uniform, etc.), and other things. Then there are four times a year when they get to use their points to buy things at the AWANA store. And wow, do they ever stock this store! The program purchases toys, snacks, household items, and all sorts of great stuff. The kids have a blast. However, AWANA is split into sections by age (just like Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts), and at the particular location my girls are going to, only the kids my oldest daughter's age and up get to earn points and go to the store. The younger kids tend to get a small treat almost every day, but they don't get to use points to buy things.
Well, every time that Emily has gotten to go to the AWANA store, she spends almost all her points buying things for her sisters. The previous time, she bought a small gift for her two youngest sisters, a little snack for herself, and spent almost all her points on a Barbie for her 4-year-old sister, Jenny. Jenny *loves* it. This time, she got a stuffed bear for Charlotte, the 2-year-old, a little toy pelican for Megan, the baby, and some snacks for Jenny. She got a small snack for herself again. This is very common, she always seems to spend most of her points buying treats for her sisters and gets something small for herself.