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There are many ways kids can earn money beyond the classic paper route and lemonade stand. Kids can baby-sit after the age of 11, do yard or housework, care for dogs, or mow lawns. More »

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PBS Kids suggests that the easiest ways for kids to make money at home involve doing extra work around the house and helping neighbors and friends with odd jobs. Babysitting, mowing grass, washing windows and weeding a g... More »

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There are dozens of ways that kids can earn money. They can clean homes, clean cars, babysit, watch people's homes while they are out of town, do repair work, do hair, paint nails, fix broken appliances, watch animals fo... More »

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Preteen and teenage children can create and distribute flyers and business cards as ways to advertise their babysitting services. They can also ask couples who already use their babysitting services for referrals, use lo... More »

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Some ways for teenagers to legally make money quickly include starting a blog, developing a smartphone app, creating content on a video site, or selling items through an online retail service. In some cases, the teen may... More »

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Affiliate marketing, tutoring, craft-making and microtasking are some of the ways to earn money online. Start-up costs are generally low to nonexistent, and sometimes work can be performed without a set schedule. More »

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Although 11-year-old children are prohibited from having traditional jobs, there are many ways for them to earn money. One of the best sources for work for responsible pre-teens is found in their own neighborhood. Tasks ... More »

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