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I'd say start by asking your parents to pay you to start doing chores around the house you aren't responsible for, (like cleaning the family room, or dusting, or the bathroom). Then ask your parents if you can do yard work, also see if they'll let you do the neighbor's yard work too. I have kids in my neighborhood who I'll pay $30 to mow my lawn or rake it up. It'll be tough but just think of the outcome!
I use birthday or Christmas money usually to buy Webkinz. But more often than not, I usually recieve them as gifts from friends. I have a whole bunch of Webkinz that are unopened from friends who gave them to me when the Webkinz craze rocked the school. I also have friends who give me Webkinz to remind me of them; for example, one of my friends got me an Alley Cat because she really likes cats and I do too.
If you are old enough to babysit and have taken a babysitting course through the Red Cross (or something similar), you could see if there are any neighbors who have children and would like a sitter every once in awhile, or for a few hours after school?
You could do extra chores, or offer to help at your school or church for a minimal amount of pay.
Start by doing chores around the house, and maybe your parents will pay you. If not, you can have sales (lemonade stands, bake sales, jewelry sales, etc.) and maybe take a job to take care of a neighbor's pet to earn money. There's a lot more to choose from! Good luck!
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