Some parents offer their school-age children money for each high grade (mark) they get in school. Do you think this is a good idea?
Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.
高分词汇：encourage, reward, drawbacks, refute, stimulate, periodically, unwise, pursue
Offer;school-age children;for each high grade(mark)they get in school
School-age children need encouragement from parents to build confidence and willingness in study. The act that parents offer money for each grade they get is a good material incentive，which allows them to have enough pocket money to do what they want to as well as the sufficient reasons to work hard to get a next good grade.
Some school-age children that are occupied with studies feel isolated. They do not have enough awareness about what behind the good grades in examinations. Parents’ behavior of offering money for each high grade they get tells them that working hard in study is a necessary. It means parents cares about their efforts and their results. They stand with their children.
Material rewards should not be the best way to encourage school-age children to have a better academic performance. Parents have the obligation to let their school-age children know that only by studying hard，can they achieve good grades in examinations. And making efforts in study is all for their own choices of their future.
School-age children do not have a mature and sound consumption view. Once they got much money from their parents, they are likely to spend their pocket money without any limit before they have a consideration. They may form a bad habit of spending money.
Parents’ behavior of offering money for their children’s each high grade in school will make their school-age children misunderstand that grade or mark，is the most valuable standard to measure their academic performance. And money is the optimum way to express recognition. They have an alternative to tell their children that the process of acquiring weighs more and they always understand them during the way of learning. For example, the frequent communication and participation in their children’s learning activities.