Alphabet Posters with Photographs
Common family activities are an important and natural part of learning for children. I designed this literacy activity around the weekly visits most families make to the grocery store. The child gets to create their shopping list by picking foods by picture and attaching it to their grocery list. Each picture also has the name of the food in dotted lines so the child can practice writing the name of the food on the list.
The foods I’ve included are staples like bread, eggs, milk, etc., and also foods that are common in toy food kits so they can be used in dramatic play centers.
The children get an opportunity to practice writing, and engaging with fellow classmates in dramatic play.
What you get
- Grocery list template (In 3 different sizes) where the students will attach the needed items they want to purchase at the grocery store
- Actual photos and corresponding words of the following foods:
Fruits: oranges, bananas, apples, cantaloupe, grapes, kiwis, lemon, pears, pineapple, strawberries, watermelon, tomatoes, limes
Vegetables: corn on the cob, cucumber, egglplant, mushrooms, onion, celery, peppers, radishes, zucchinis, squash, potatoes, pickles, and carrots
Grains: croissant, muffin, tortillas, bread, buns, waffles, cereal, bagels, and crackers
Dairy: cottage cheese, sour cream, yogurt, cheese, milk, ice cream, pudding, butter
Protein: hot dogs, peanut butter, nuts, ham, bologna, tuna fish, eggs, beef, beans
Snacks/junk food: pizza, chips, cookies, donuts, jello
Condiments: honey, mayo, mustard, syrup, ketchup
- Pages that have silhouetted images of all the foods. Use this to store the foods and allow the children to match the food to their corresponding shape.
- Detailed activity instructions with pictures
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