Earn It, Learn It by Alisa Weinstein
Teach Your Child the Value of Money, Work, and Time Well Spent (Earn My Keep Allowance Program)

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"A clever and fun way to teach your kids the true value of money." -Jen Singer, author of You're a Good Mom (and Your Kids Aren't So Bad, Either)

"Great concept, great lessons, and every family can implement these ideas." -Lori Mackey, founder of Prosperity4Kids.com

"The Earn My Keep philosophy is so creative and innovative and I love the message it promotes: that hard work and money earned have value-a notion that seems to have lost its strength for our youth over the past couple decades." -Allison K. Chase, PhD, clinical psychologist specializing in children, adolescents, and families

"Addresses the sense of entitlement that so many of today's children have by instilling a sense of responsibility for their own wealth and career choices through creative play." -Susan Heim, coauthor/editor, Chicken Soup for the Soul series

The easy-to-do twist on traditional allowance that's wowing parents across the country!

The program featured in Earn It, Learn It is the only one that lets kids ages four through twelve earn by doing "real" jobs. Your child will learn from folks like a:

Toy Designer from Crayola Curator from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum Zoologist from the Saint Louis Zoo

Teach your kid the difference between making the bed as a member of the family and earning a living in the real world. Expose your child to art, manners, math, and more. And build a foundation for a lifelong love of learning and fiscal independence.

All while having fun!


About Alisa Weinstein

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An award-winning copywriter, Alisa T. Weinstein is the founder of Earn My Keep, LLC, a multimedia initiative that includes the book and EarnMyKeep.com. Weinstein holds a degree in Journalism/Advertising from the University of Maryland. She uses her creative background to squeeze educational and engaging experiences into her active (read: typically crazy busy) life with her husband and two children.
Published January 1, 2011 by Sourcebooks. 400 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Children's Books, Parenting & Relationships.

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The author, a mother of two with a background in marketing, has devised a creative system for helping children understand the value of money while learning about careers.

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