Kids love to spend money, so it's good to teach them how to earn it, too. Here are a few novel ways for kids to make money.
Kids outgrow toys, clothing, books, etc. pretty quickly. Instead of wasting items, however, kids make money selling their stuff at garage sales or online at places like Craigslist. Help other kids make money, too, by hosting a community kids garage sale.
Children are always writing notes and poems, drawing pretty pictures and using their vivid imaginations to create. Let kids make money writing greeting cards by helping them market their own line of cards to friends and family, and by starting a website to sell cards online.
Just as adults do, kids make money blogging about subjects that interest them. This also helps children become better writers. Kids make money blogging by selling advertising space on their blog, selling other products and by accepting donations.
With adult guidance, kids make money by investing in stocks and bonds. Not only do kids make money if their investments rise, but they learn powerful business concepts in selecting investments and by analyzing the relationship between the consumer market and the stock market.
Kids make money when they host fundraisers to help other people. By organizing car washes, bake sales, walk-a-thons or by selling items, kids make money to help others in need. While they don't earn anything for their own personal needs, kids appreciate the chance to give to others.
Of all the ways for kids to make money, it's best to find something that a child loves to do naturally and turn that into a business.
Great ideas. H5
Never though about kids blogging too. Thats a great idea. Perfect way for them to share and talk about their hobbies..(while learning too)
Good ideas, it's never too early to teach kids how to support themselves.
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