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Summer allowance can motivate interest in math

Money is a wonderful way to motivate a child’s interest in math. Few children need to be prodded into learning about money. Summer could be the perfect time to start high-level negot
Rhonda Cratty
Rhonda Cratty • 2 years ago

Money is a wonderful way to motivate a child’s interest in math. Few children need to be prodded into learning about money. Summer could be the perfect time to start high-level negotiations for household chores. With a bit of money in their pocket to handle on their own, children can practice estimation, place value, computation and problem-solving skills.

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