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  • Why shouldn't they be paid?

    There is no reason for primary school children to not do work. The work should be easy enough for them to complete without too much difficulty, given their age, but they should be compensated for their work. If they don't want to work, that's fine - but if they do take part in work, they should be compensated fairly for what they have completed.

  • They should also need money.

    If they want to work, they should be allowed to do. If they not want to do thats fine. It will be pleasure for them to have their own money. Which they can spend with there own wish.For satisfying there own needs.And they does not need to ask to parents for money.

  • They should also need money.

    If they want to work, they should be allowed to do. If they not want to do thats fine. It will be pleasure for them to have their own money. Which they can spend with there own wish.For satisfying there own needs.And they does not need to ask to parents for money.

  • They should also need money.

    If they want to work, they should be allowed to do. If they not want to do thats fine. It will be pleasure for them to have their own money. Which they can spend with there own wish.For satisfying there own needs.And they does not need to ask to parents for money.

  • They should also need money.

    If they want to work, they should be allowed to do. If they not want to do thats fine. It will be pleasure for them to have their own money. Which they can spend with there own wish.For satisfying there own needs.And they does not need to ask to parents for money.

  • If they work, they get payed.

    It is a good idea for them to get payed because then they will have their own money and can spend it on their own personal wants and needs. Them getting payed is a great idea and I think they should consider allowing middle school and high school kids to get payed for their work since they do much more.

  • Kids should work

    They should work for money so they can get thing that they want . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . But sometimes they buy stuff that they don't need so they shouldn't be payed a lot. . . . . . .

  • They can work!

    Work is good for them. They will understand the importance of money. They need to be independent, and learn that "money does not grow on trees". Learning the value of money is important, the consequences of extravagance may be heading for disaster if their bad money management leads them down the slippery slope of financial bankruptcy and debt.

  • If they want, yes.

    I remember as a kid I always wanted a job. Depending on the job, children should be able to choose if they want one. They could save money for college, not have to ask their parents for everything, etc. It also would give them a greater sense of responsibility and an idea on what they want to do with their lives possibly.

  • No,primary children should not work for money.

    Primary children don't need to work for money other wise it will they will get the wrong idea.How, if a child is tired constantly their brain wouldn't develop properly and they will feel depressed and will take drugs and alcohol to take away the pain in their body and if they work to long they will find it hard to complete homework and studies that are near to due.

  • No,primary children should not work for money.

    Primary children don't need to work for money other wise it will they will get the wrong idea.How, if a child is tired constantly their brain wouldn't develop properly and they will feel depressed and will take drugs and alcohol to take away the pain in their body and if they work to long they will find it hard to complete homework and studies that are near to due.

  • No, primary school children should not work for money.

    I believe that primary school children should not work for money. One reason is that they don't need money. Their parents should provide for them. Also, it's sending the wrong idea that all works leads to money. Children need to learn to do their best work for intrinsic as well as extrinsic rewards.

  • They should not work for money

    Primary school children do not have the mental or physical strength to cope with work. They also should be spending time acquiring skills and knowledge before their working age as it is illegal to not have primary studies. Parents or care givers have the obligation to support the primary school children financially.


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