kids. Saturday , November 04th , 2017 - 10:07:10 AM
One interesting and simple example mentioned in the article; typical school vending machines cost up to $450 a year to run, but by using a motion sensor that shuts down the machine's compressor when there is no activity, schools can save up to two-thirds with each machine, and most schools districts have from 40 to 50 vending machines.
Paying for chores can be a motivating factor for kids. It can be easier to make yourself do something you don't want to do if there's a paycheck waiting at the end of it. Every adult knows that.
The answer seems to be, "YES!" So if you are a concerned parent who truly understands the value of developing your child's self-esteem, this article will prove to be very valuable.
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