Grocery Store Bingo was used with a group of adolescents with special needs, in Walmart, as a way to learn independent life skills. There are 3 different versions so that not all are searching for the same thing, at the same time.
A ratio worksheet that can be used the Grocery Store mailers that come weekly in the mail. This can be used with any type of grocery store ad that you will find for free! Another method to using this form would be to have ALL your students at a
This worksheet focuses on following written directions, sorting items, and grocery store skills. Students follow 4 written directions to practice vocational skills and functional reading comprehension. Directions are written at a 1st grade reading
Fun worksheet to take to the grocery store with you. Students in small groups can explore and find all the items on the list. Mark down what aise they found each item and the price. Back at school the students can total all groceries.
I used grocery store newspaper adds and hung them around the room. I whited out some prices, like $5 to $4.39 to make it harder. I then timed teams to see who could get the most groceries for $20 without going over or who could get the least
Product by: Morris Marketplace CCSS: 7.RP.A.3 This performance task simulates a "real-life" experience at the grocery store while assessing student understanding of percent discount, sales tax, and best value. Students are required to fill up
Make a trip to the grocery store a math activity. Students will collect measurement data samples and use the data 'at home' to use for math activity.
Have students fill this out to become familiar with your local grocery store. It's great to use in a life skills class or program that does community outings.
This project has students locate given products in a grocery store to find the rate and use the gathered data to find the unit rate.This also includes a rubric and a chart to help keep the students organized I do this with my 6th grade students
This life skills unit was developed for use by speech-language pathologists and classroom teachers who work with students with moderate-severe disabilities in middle, high school, and transition. This is a 4 day unit that targets functional
Teach valuable life skills such as, budgeting and nutrition, using a common community resource! By using the students’ own local ethnic grocery store ads in conjunction with these reproducible worksheets, you can simulate real life situations. The
Using weekly advertisements, from three different grocery stores, students will compare and contrast the cost of grocery shopping. While this project is based for a Midwest school, it may be adapted to any region of the United States. After
What Affects the Dissolving Rate of Sugar? This lab can be done using supplies found at the grocery store. You just need sugar and sugar cubes. Even if you don't have enough beakers, you can use clear plastic cups. In my teacher notes, I
This is an activity for practicing adding, subtracting, ordering, and placing decimals on a number line using the familiar context of money. To use it, you will need to collect some of the grocery store adds that come in the mail. To be able to
Predictable text for emerging readers. Relates to a food theme, choices theme, or grocery store theme! Simple to read, color, and send home for new readers! Enjoy!
Worksheet contains a word bank with common aisle labels/headings that students see in the grocery store. Students must identify where they would find each product in the grocery store to help them practice reading aisle labels and identifying where
Comparison Shopping - Comparing prices of items in the same category, finding and comparing price per pound of meats and comparing and finding a total cost of items purchased. Can be used with any applicable store ad.
If you study family finances and healthy foods with your class, have you ever considered taking a field trip to a local grocery store and bank? Both need to be prearranged with the bank and grocery store. The bank is usually happy to plan an hour
This is a great file folder activity that promotes sorting, comprehension of categories, and basic ADLs. It requires students to sort items from the grocery store to the place where they would find them at home. This activity could easily be
This can be used as an assignment or an assessment. It integrates the skills of adding, multiplying, dividing, and estimating decimal terms in the context of the real world skill of grocery shopping. I developed this resource to work on
Students will receive a grocery ad. They will pick items from the ad, and write the price down. They will estimate the cost, and add up their estimation totals. Then, they will find the exact cost by adding decimals. Questions follow.
This 2-part lesson first helps adult beginner to intermediate students learn how to get around a grocery store. They will practice speaking to a customer service employee at their grocery store who has the index of all the items to find the things
These are the cards I use in my life skills store in my classroom. The kids must start of the level 1 green cards and once they master them they can move to the yellow and then to the red. It is posted in powerpoint so you can adjust to the food you
This is a scavenger hunt for use in a large store that has grocery items as well as a variety of other items. Stores like Target, Walmart, and Meijer are perfect. Students must locate items by function or by another quality. There may be more than
- Create your own miniature class store! - Use this sheet for each student's "receipt" to help test/practice their knowledge of money! Tasks: 1) Pick 2 items and add them together. 2) What coins did you use? Fill out the number of coins chart.
Free Shopping Cart Clip Art with Groceries and shopping list. This color clip art is in 300 dpi transparent png format which provides clear printing and easy resizing. This clip art would work well for grocery stores, shopping, money, food and
1.OA.6 Common Core Aligned. There are 4 differentiated printables. Each one has a different amount to spend at the grocery store- $5, $10, $15, $20. I thought I'd share this. I am using this in my class while I am out and a sub is there. This
Here is a bright, fun way to organize your school "to do" list as well as your home "to do" list all in one place. A second list is included to organize your grocery list to make your grocery store trips during the school year (or anytime) quick
This is a simple template that my class used today along with a local grocery store ad to create their dream Thanksgiving dinner. Students used the ads to write down products and the associated cost on the grocery list. We then totaled up our bill
Attention all busy teachers & moms! Do your grocery lists look like a mishmash of hand-written notes scribbled on scraps of paper? Do you ever head to the store without a list, thinking you'll remember what you need to get? Yeah, how did that
Quantifying is a challenging math concept for young learners. The Tools of the Mind math game of Making Collections is a great way to help young children practice this skill through a fun cooperative counting game. I incorporated the Making
Tot School Grocery Store / Farmer's Market Fruit Theme Coloring Page 2 Sets: 1st Set - 2 pages: Large Fruit Images 2nd Set - 1 page: Smaller Fruit Images Use crayons, markers, water colors, etc. to color the fruit the corresponding colors. (Colors
There is so much to talk about on a trip to the store (or while playing store)! It's also get for therapy since it's an experience most of us can share about! I made this game to go along with another activity I created
Therapists and Parents can practice key speech and language skills at home and OUT IN THE COMMUNITY using these fun and functional pocket-sized Communication Quests. At the Grocery Store, explore skills like comparing and contrasting, and auditory
I created this activity as part of my hands on math center. We were studying adding decimals. I also provided my students with local flyers from the grocery store so that they could use them to complete the activity. It was a great hit!!
Rates have many real life applications, such as miles per hour, miles per gallon, cost per unit of weight, and calories per serving. Students in sixth grade and on are expected to solve applied problems involving rates such as those listed above.
This math problem promotes social discourse in math classes. The following site can be used as a resource to start a conversation with the class. http://www.dchunger.org/press/grocery_gap.htm All problems will be also available in Spanish.
Students may use this graphic organizer to help them add decimal numbers as they look at the prices of real groceries in store advertisements!
Created for student in 2nd-4th grade, Barefoot Island is a fun, engaging project to help reinforce mapping skills. Students create their own legend using 10-15 symbols that are typically found on maps (i.e. Grocery Store, Gas Station, School). They
While dressing up like a witch, turning out the lights, and using a flashlight; your students will be engaged the whole way through as you read the Witches' Brew poem and add the ingredients! Witches' brew is made with 13 different grocery store
What happens when citric acid and baking soda meet water? What’s more dense; oil or water? How can you make millions of bubbles without blowing, stirring, or shaking something? These fun and easy labs are sure to get your students interested in