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This may vary by location so call ahead first. This offer is good for Elementary and Middle School students. Dine-in only. The student must be present and the original report card must be presented.
Available at participating locations. Show the cashier your report card before ordering. Kudzoo App — Middle school and college students can download the FREE Kudzoo app and build Kudzoo cash to use in your favorite places, from restaurants to concerts.
Earn the grades, scan the report cards then spend your Kudzoo cash! There is also a daily challenge round and coupons to help college students boost their savings! A reader sent in the tip to check with your local banks and credit unions as some of them offer monetary rewards for good grades. A big thank you to Saving Dollars and Sense for helping us to compile this post. Head to the bookstore and let him pick out a book he wants to read. Or select a book you can read together. A sweet treat can be a fun reward for you and your children.
Make a special trip to the ice cream store or try making your own ice cream at home with a baggie. He loves your famous burger recipe as long as one of the toppings is potato chips. Serve up his favorite meal as a reward, weird requests and all. Younger children may enjoy a trip to the toy store to find the perfect toy. Older kids who've been bugging you for the hottest video game can now earn it by getting good grades.
At the end of the year, throw a party if he gets good grades. This gives him a goal to work toward as he hits the books. It's also a great way to say goodbye to another school year and hello to summer. Let him choose a new board game when he brings home good grades. Make sure it's something all of you can play together during a family game night. It will be a win-win for everyone. Some parents love giving their kids money for A's and B's. Others are adamantly opposed to handing over cash for grades.
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But you may find some moolah in hand for earning those grades, whether you coughed up the cash yourself or a grandparent sent it to your child for a job well done. Try this twist on money for grades. Let your child open a savings account. Many kids are so fascinated with having their own savings account book to write their deposit amounts in that this is reward enough for them.
Or turn a monetary reward into a way to teach kids how to be charitable.
Show them how to donate some of the money to a charity of their choice. They can help everyone from less fortunate kids in other countries to cats and dogs right in their own city. This one's especially fun for the kids. They get to be in control of the outing. Let your child choose a parent to take out on the town for an evening.
This one-on-one time is a huge reward. And if he doesn't pick you this go-around, just wait.
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Bake a Cake. Take a Day Trip. Watch a Movie. Eat Pizza. Host a Sleepover.
Give Them Extra Time. Pick out New Books. Go to the Ice Cream Store.