Kids can make Money!: Teaching kids about Money by Tony R. Smith audiobook

Kids can make Money!: Teaching kids about Money

By Tony R. Smith
Read by Jason Hill/Thomas Jones  and Jason Hill

Author's Republic 9781083150974
0.12 Hours Unabridged
Format: Digital Download (In Stock)
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    ISBN: 9781982782740

Do your child have an issue with working or cleaning up? Do you wish you could help your child believe in themselves and make money at the same time? This book will help kids with self-esteem and making money habits. Therefore, a student’s sense of self-confidence can be promoted by other students’ sense of self-competence and self-confidence in a foreign language learning classroom with students high in self-confidence. Poor self-esteem often peaks in early adolescence, then improves during the middle and late teen years as identities gain strength and focus. At any age, however, a lack of confidence can be a serious problem. kids with poor self-esteem can be lonely, awkward with others and sensitive to criticism and with what they see as their shortcomings. Most kids with low confidence are less likely to join in activities and form friendships. This isolates them further and slows their ability to develop a better self-image. When they do make friends, they are more vulnerable to negative peer pressure. Having self-confidence can lead to a lot of positive situations. Some situation may include: Saying no to Drugs, Saying no to Alcohol, Tryout for the basketball team, Hangout with kids in the neighborhood, Spending time with the family, Do odd jobs in the neighborhood and many more......

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Do your child have an issue with working or cleaning up? Do you wish you could help your child believe in themselves and make money at the same time? This book will help kids with self-esteem and making money habits.
Therefore, a student’s sense of self-confidence can be promoted by other students’ sense of self-competence and self-confidence in a foreign language learning classroom with students high in self-confidence. Poor self-esteem often peaks in early adolescence, then improves during the middle and late teen years as identities gain strength and focus. At any age, however, a lack of confidence can be a serious problem.
kids with poor self-esteem can be lonely, awkward with others and sensitive to criticism and with what they see as their shortcomings. Most kids with low confidence are less likely to join in activities and form friendships. This isolates them further and slows their ability to develop a better self-image. When they do make friends, they are more vulnerable to negative peer pressure. Having self-confidence can lead to a lot of positive situations. Some situation may include: Saying no to Drugs, Saying no to Alcohol, Tryout for the basketball team, Hangout with kids in the neighborhood, Spending time with the family, Do odd jobs in the neighborhood and many more......

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Business & Economics
Runtime: 0.12
Audience: Children (8–12)
Language: English