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glenn
Last seen: 1 year 6 months ago
Joined: 07/11/2016 - 16:25
Pocket money

What things pocket money can teach your child?
Learn planning your expenditure and your life
Learn to shop
Taught to love money
Learn to accumulate and save money
Being trained to perform the usual rules of society
Taught to appreciate their work and the work of others
Learn to cooperate with others
Learn to count. B) B)
So, you can see that thing is useful for children

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WilliamLewis
Last seen: 3 months 20 hours ago
Joined: 09/25/2017 - 20:49
Pocket money

Parents should understand that pocket money is not a reward for good behavior and study and does not pay for help in the home. This is one of the methods of education, which has a clear goal - to teach the child to handle money and spend it right. This money a child can use at his discretion without reporting to his parents, because strict control over expenses on their part deprives the possession of pocket money of meaning. The sum will depend, first of all, on the financial situation of the family and the age of the child. Even if your opportunities are not limited, you should not rush. You need to start with small amounts. Determine how much money your child will be able to spend "wisely" according to his age. It is clear that the requests and needs of children are constantly growing with them, therefore, pocket receipts should also increase. Here you can discuss what costs the child will be able to pay on his own. As he grows up, increase the amount, adding to it the cost of a ticket, school breakfasts, office supplies. In terms of financial skills, the benefits of the child's participation in paying their own expenses will be greater.

 

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WilliamLewis
Last seen: 3 months 20 hours ago
Joined: 09/25/2017 - 20:49
Pocket money

Parents should understand that pocket money is not a reward for good behavior and study and does not pay for help in the home. This is one of the methods of education, which has a clear goal - to teach the child to handle money and spend it right. This money a child can use at his discretion without reporting to his parents, because strict control over expenses on their part deprives the possession of pocket money of meaning. The sum will depend, first of all, on the financial situation of the family and the age of the child. Even if your opportunities are not limited, you should not rush. You need to start with small amounts. Determine how much money your child will be able to spend "wisely" according to his age. It is clear that the requests and needs of children are constantly growing with them, therefore, pocket receipts should also increase. Here you can discuss what costs the child will be able to pay on his own. As he grows up, increase the amount, adding to it the cost of a ticket, school breakfasts, office supplies. In terms of financial skills, the benefits of the child's participation in paying their own expenses will be greater.

 

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James85
Last seen: 3 months 1 week ago
Joined: 09/29/2017 - 01:38
Pocket money

I think all parents should give some pocket money to their children, of course, you should control how yours child would expend his pocket money, but you shouldn't  control your child too much. And there can be one more problem at school, older children often demand money from junior children, so you schoold be very attentive, always ask your child about the school and the attitude towards him.

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Karl
Last seen: 2 months 1 week ago
Joined: 09/29/2017 - 16:03
Pocket money

i think we should give our children pocket money. But not without a discussion. We should tell themn how people get money, for what. we schould explain,all in our house were bought with the help of money . Try to explain, that child should save money for future. Uf your child want some toy, or something else, you can propose to save money for it, and then buy it by himself. explain, that will mean, this thing will be totally his.

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George29
Last seen: 3 months 6 days ago
Joined: 10/09/2017 - 19:13
Pocket money

As for me, I think you should some pocket money for your child, especially if he' s a pupil. But you should be very careful. Don't give him to much or not much money, you should give him the sum of money he would need during the day.  But its only up to you whether to give your child some money or no. But I am going to give my child pocket money, because I don't want him to feel different than other children.

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Karl
Last seen: 2 months 1 week ago
Joined: 09/29/2017 - 16:03
pocket money

hello guys! how are you? child's education is very important part of being parenting. i think we should discuss with our children from the early ages about money, relations, manners. children should understand the world to not be suffered from it, when he/she become older. so i think, you can begin this discussion at the age of 5-6 years old, because children are much more clever than some adults. they can understand all your feelings, so you shouldn't lie to your child. kid should understand, how hard his/her parents get this money, and that he should save it, but not spend on different unnecessary things. i think parents should talk with children as with adults, children will feel trust to parents, and will hear to them.

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Karl
Last seen: 2 months 1 week ago
Joined: 09/29/2017 - 16:03
pocket money

hello guys! how are you? child's education is very important part of being parenting. i think we should discuss with our children from the early ages about money, relations, manners. children should understand the world to not be suffered from it, when he/she become older. so i think, you can begin this discussion at the age of 5-6 years old, because children are much more clever than some adults. they can understand all your feelings, so you shouldn't lie to your child. kid should understand, how hard his/her parents get this money, and that he should save it, but not spend on different unnecessary things. i think parents should talk with children as with adults, children will feel trust to parents, and will hear to them.

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