some of the money
In lower grades, students buy sweets, toys, and save some of the money on a tablet, for example. In junior high and high school, teens pay for the phone, buy cosmetics, gifts, stationery and some clothes. To take a step forward and learn how to use your money responsibly, you need to take control of one of your spending items.
It may be difficult for moms and dads to trust their kids completely when it comes to buying school supplies or replenishing their wardrobe, but it’s a rewarding experience for the whole family. Ask adults to calculate how much money is spent on average per month, such as on the Internet, gifts for friends or buying shoes. Then ask for this amount and allow you to make your own decisions. After 4 weeks or earlier, if you suddenly run out of money, discuss the results of the experiment and decide under what conditions to continue it.