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Should parents give their children money for doing chores?

Asked by: purplebird
  • This Will Promote Work Ethic.

    As a child, you are being provided for by your guardian. Food and bills are both examples of the laundry list of necessary expenses which a child receives for no action more taxing than existence. As such, the concept of earning capital is foreign at this age. Paying children for chores is a valuable method by which this concept may be instilled in children as it leads to the concepts developing a causal relationship with one another. It helps them learn that diligence

  • Children deserve rewards!!!!!!!

    Parents should give their children allowance because then the children could save up for college or save up to have a roof over their heads in the future. Instead of giving them like $5 day they could just give them $1.50 per day so the parents have money as well. Receiving allowance when you are young would set t you off to a good start for the future.

  • They deserve it

    They should be rewarded for doing what adults didn't do. They can save up for important stuff like a house, a good college, or even a car. But the parents should be careful because they don't want to give away too much $$ but the price should be reasonable .

  • Rewards for Chores Provides Motivation

    Children will not do chores if they have no motivation to do so. If you say I'll give you blank amount of money for every chore you do, then they will be more motivated. It doesn't have to be a lot of money, just maybe $0.75 a chore, but it will all add up in the end.

  • Kids learn to respect money.

    When kids are working for money, they will respect their phone, tablet, iPod, or iPad. Less kids would break or lose their expensive devices, and if they did, they would be the ones paying for it with their hard earned money. That is why I think children should get paid to do their chores.

  • Giving allowances Teach responsibiltiy

    Children would be able to learn responsibility by getting allowances because they should manage it themsleves! This is great way to teach it. I strongly believe that because children are not stupid. They have thoughts to dodood do do do do dod od od do od ododod od odod o

  • It's good for them

    Rewarding a child with money for doing chores gives them experience working and teaches them personal finance to a certain degree. This will give the kid a better understanding of the real world around them and how it operates and better prepare them for the future where they will be doing basically the same thing but on a grander scale.

  • This will promote future life lessons, that you earn from working.

    Though chores is a responsibility, I do agree that children shouldn't be paid for all chores, especially simple chores. But for jobs bigger that can help out your parents like washing the car, cleaning your sibling's room, cleaning the tables often should be rewarded. I think a child is not required to wash their parent's car to be a part of cleaning a house. But doing it requires work that can help someone else. Which will be experienced in a job, on day in the future.

  • It helps children get ready for the real world.

    Everyone has their own opinion on whether one should pay their children for chores. I believe It’s important for a child to learn how to manage their money, budgeting and even having the pride of knowing they bought something on your own. Its part of learning about the world outside of being a child, it's understanding how to support yourself in the future. As a young child, at least today, it's hard to get a job if your under sixteen. It teaches you to be responsible, and when you are at an adequate age where you can have a job, and no longer need your parents to supply you with money, you have experience. Katherine Ewart on www.todaysparent.com said “By the time I got my first real job, I had plenty of work experience.” She new what she was doing, which in return can create confidence. It also helps ensure that your child won’t be greedy, snobbish or spoiled, if they actually have to earn the money instead of the parents just handing it to them.

    Paying children for their chores also gets them ready for the real world, it helps them understand how a real job works at a young age. As said from the website peaceinyourhome.Com/should-parents-pay-kids-allowance-for-chores, “ Paying kids for doing chores around the house is preparing them for the real world and life as an adult outside the family.” It makes the child more structured, and understanding. So when they get out in the real world, they won’t be completely bewildered.

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  • Do Chores is an Obligation and Part of LIFE.

    Doing the chores is part of their life. When your children get to a certain age you can make them do chores, get them to help out around the house say sweep, wash the car, unpack dishwasher etc. No need to pay them, they need to remember they are living under your roof and that they need to respect it and it teaches them discipline. It's an obligation to do chores and bring something to the table. Your child needs to learn that sometimes you gotta do something and not receive anything. What else you can receive? Your parents gave you life, gave you a home, puts you in school and spend money on you so you can have a good life. So doing house chores is the way you repay them for everything they do for you, especially if you don't pay board.

  • Your chilren are not worker

    Rewarding your children with money everytime they do chores is not what a good family should do. The punishment and reward system inside of a family should be made on the purpose of bonding. Rewarding with money is like treating your children as if they were your worker who deserve such reward. In a family, the reward should be like; a kiss, or any physical contact or taking your children outside, etc. This kinda reward also have the same effect, that is to motive them, and at the same time strengtgening the bond between the parents and their chilren.

  • Doing shores is an obligation

    Doing shores is part of your daily life. When your children get to a certain age you can make them do shores. No need to pay them, they need to have in mind that they are living under there parent's roof. It's an obligation to do shores and bring something to the table. Your child needs to learn that sometimes you gotta do something and not receive anything. What else you can receive? Your parents gave you life, gave you a home, puts you in school and spend money on you so you can have a good life. So doing house shores is the way you repay them for everything they do for you.

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    No. Chores is a responsibility, something needed to be done Chores is a responsibility, something needed to be done. Your chilren are not worker Rewarding your children with money everytime they do chores is not what a good family should do. The punishment and reward system inside of a family should be made on the purpose of bonding. Rewarding with money is like treating your children as if they were your worker who deserve such reward. In a family, the reward should be like; a kiss, or any physical contact or taking your children outside, etc. This kinda reward also have the same effect, that is to motive them, and at the same time strengtgening the bond between the parents and their chilren.

  • No. Chores is a responsibility, something needed to be done

    Chores is a responsibility, something needed to be done. Your chilren are not worker Rewarding your children with money everytime they do chores is not what a good family should do. The punishment and reward system inside of a family should be made on the purpose of bonding. Rewarding with money is like treating your children as if they were your worker who deserve such reward. In a family, the reward should be like; a kiss, or any physical contact or taking your children outside, etc. This kinda reward also have the same effect, that is to motive them, and at the same time strengtgening the bond between the parents and their chilren.

  • No. Chores is a responsibility, something needed to be done

    Chores is a responsibility, something needed to be done. Your chilren are not worker Rewarding your children with money everytime they do chores is not what a good family should do. The punishment and reward system inside of a family should be made on the purpose of bonding. Rewarding with money is like treating your children as if they were your worker who deserve such reward. In a family, the reward should be like; a kiss, or any physical contact or taking your children outside, etc. This kinda reward also have the same effect, that is to motive them, and at the same time strengtgening the bond between the parents and their chilren.

  • No. Chores is a responsibility, something needed to be done

    Chores is a responsibility, something needed to be done. Your chilren are not worker Rewarding your children with money everytime they do chores is not what a good family should do. The punishment and reward system inside of a family should be made on the purpose of bonding. Rewarding with money is like treating your children as if they were your worker who deserve such reward. In a family, the reward should be like; a kiss, or any physical contact or taking your children outside, etc. This kinda reward also have the same effect, that is to motive them, and at the same time strengtgening the bond between the parents and their chilren.


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