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- July 3, 2008 at 8:19 pm #259347Guest
We sometimes give our children coupons as rewards when we can’t afford
money. There is even a free website where you can print them ( Ithink it was DLTK or something like that) We have come up with
many “different” ideas such as “Day off from chores (they love that
one), Extra hours up at night, Picking a special treat when we dogrocery shopping, 5 min. Back rub, making favorite meal (they pick as
long as it isn’t Lobster, LOL!, spending time playing a board game with
Mom & Dad, Extra hour of video games, bike rides with Mom & Dad, wildcoupon is they get to pick which coupon they want, etc.” It’s funny
because I often see that what they pick is time with Mom or Dad (even
sometimes now that they are older they still like it, just not in frontof the “friends” LoL!) It is harder when they get older because a lot
of their friends will have cash on them and when they see that it will
be hard. I would just explain it as best as you can to them and tellthem it is temporary.
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