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Every parent has their own way of how to best help their kids learn about responsible Spending. Do you have an approach that's been particularly successful? Or maybe, an amusing story that occurred in the process of helping your child develop these skills? If so, please write it down in the box below and submit it to us. We'll let other parents benefit from and enjoy your experience. Thank you.

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Shopping Without Spending

I teach my children that window shopping can be fun. Sometimes we go to department stores and pretend we have the money to spend. We put all our wants in the cart and in the end leave our filled cart there and get an ice cream cone on the way home. It takes the edge off those that have a problem spending and like to shop but can't afford too!! Crazy as it seems it helps us stick to a budget.


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