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• Star letter writer Kalum Pearson won a Monopoly Crazy Cash game in Issue 6 of Pocket Money
I am saving for a new scooter. The one I want is a lot of money so Mum said if I save as much as I can she will put the rest towards it. I have opened a savings account and will start saving all the money I get because I really want it.
My family loves going to charity shops. My brother gets little toys there, and my mum is always buying pairs of shoes and china plates! We save money because the items are much cheaper than brand-new ones, plus we get to give to charities that really need the money. Here is a picture of me and my brother wearing some hats we bought!
Your article on how to create greetings cards was great. Making cards means you can save money and add personalised words and pictures – plus you can keep them afterwards in a photo frame! Here is a photo of my dog which I made into a Christmas card.
I get £1.50 a week pocket money. I also earn extra money by doing chores such as dusting and tidying away my toys every day. Some weeks my dad gives me £2 for washing the car! I am saving up for the Moshi Monster DS game. I can’t wait to get it!
I get £5 a week pocket money put electronically into my account. I only buy the things I really want like Pokémon. This means I don’t just waste it on sweets and I have saved up loads. If I had the £5 in my hand every week I would find it really hard to save.
My mum gives me all her loose change to save up so I can buy a really good toy every few months. I put the money in a pot which can't be opened until it's full. I am trying really hard and put in every penny I find!
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