Friday, March 18, 2011

Grocery Shopping Printables

I came across a super cute idea for from Sarah at The Little People Place for making printables to go grocery shopping.  I made my own set of grocery shopping printables for Audrey and Sophia to use at home with their little kitchen and play food.  I even included some coupons to teach some money saving skills:)

What I love about these printables is that you can have fun while learning a bunch of skills, including math!

Print the grocery shopping printables.  Cut the construction paper to 8 1/2 x 11.  Trim down the shopping lists to fit the construction paper.  Cut out the individual prices.
 Use a glue stick (not white glue!) to attach the prices and coupons onto the construction paper.  Laminate after gluing onto the construction paper.
 Cut out with a boarder, if you want:)  I think it makes them look pretty, plus it helps to identify different prices.
The little tot couldn't wait until we got the price tags on the groceries!  She loves shopping too!
 Audrey is ready to go (in her swimsuit!) with her shopping list, baby, purse and shopping cart.
Ready to shop!

Double checks her grocery list, which can be erased when laminated and used with a dry erase marker.
Pays for the food, but is a little shocked at the inflated food prices!!!!!
We love playing with our cash register and play money!
Audrey bags up her groceries...

Heads home and realizes that she forgot to use her coupons!!  Oh well...next time:)


Linked up at Homeschool Creations, Skip to my Lou, Jdaniel4smom.com, No Time For Flash Cards






14 comments:

Shannon said...

How cute!

Stopping by from Preschool Corner.

Jolanthe said...

Cute idea!!! Thanks so much for joining in the Preschool Corner!

Laura said...

Thank you for your sweet comment yesterday on my blog. I love meeting new Mommies. Your printables remind me of how much I used to do with my oldest two. My little guys have had the short end of my homeschooling stick lately. They are going to a bilingual preschool here; which is a blessing at times and quite challenging at others. I'm hoping to get back to a few fun things for my preschoolers... your blog has encouraged me to do just that.

Blessings to you and yours,
Laura

Tori said...

My daughter would love this! So fun!

Jenny said...

ooo, squeals, this goes along so well with something i have been planning for them this week. thank you!

Krissa said...

Such a cute idea...and I love the swimsuit...reminds me of something my daughter would do. :)

Toddler Approved said...

awesome! and i love that she shops in her swimsuit. too cute :)

JDaniel4's Mom said...

This is so cute! Did you read a book about grocery stores or shopping?

Annie Moffatt said...

No, but that is a SUPER idea! I will be picking up some books about food or shopping at the library! Thanks:)

Jen @ lil Mop Top said...

So cute! I am trying this with my son in a couple weeks so I will have to bookmark this!

Alicia (aka "Yaya") said...

Totally LOL'd that she was doing this in her bathing suit!

Shauna said...

I am so glad that I found your blog. Such cute printables and such a fun activity to do. I too taught Elementary School and I have 2 little girls of my own at home. They will love doing this activity together. Wonderful blog & I am excited to read more of your posts.
Shauna
http://myshaenoel.blogspot.com/

Sarah said...

Hey
Thanks so much for linking back to my blog! I'm glad you liked the idea and that you kids enjoyed shopping! Thanks again
Sarah

smgaitan said...

Just came across this post and I love it! My three year old will get a kick out something like is! Right now she is obsessed with recyclable shopping bags and she fills them up with her play food and loads them in her little grocery cart... I think she may be ready for lists and prices! I can't wait to do this with her! - I have done similar things in my prem room but on a much smaller scale....

=)

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