Let’s Go Grocery Shopping: FREE Printables and Ideas for Grocery Store Learning

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Do your kids enjoy going to the grocery store with you?

little and proud boy helping with grocery shopping, healthy lifestyle concept
My girls love going grocery shopping. It used to stress me out, but we have found some fun ways to make it enjoyable for all of us. Did you know that a lot of learning can take place while grocery shopping? Your kids can practice their colors and shapes while walking through the produce aisle, they can practice reading by trying to read cereal boxes and the sale ads. They can learn math by weighing items on the fun produce scales and helping you count coupons and watch the sales!

Here are some fun FREE Printables and games to help you make the most of your grocery store learning:
FREE Grocery Store Lapbook from Homeschool Share – learn about shapes, colors, healthy eating, coupons and much more. There are so many fun mini books and activities about the grocery store.

Making Grocery Shopping Fun for Kids by Mother’s Niche– I love this cute book you can laminate and take with you to the store. What a great idea!

distract the kids and make grocery shopping less horrible on the parents :)
Grocery Store Bingo from Nest of Posies – Love this fun idea! Laminate it and keep it in your car with the reusable grocery bags and you will always have something to keep them busy while you are shopping.

Grocery Store BINGO!  Fun learning activity for the kids while you shop.
Preschool Math at the Grocery Store from One Beautiful Home

Preschool Math- Teaching the concept of weight at the grocery store

I Spy at the Grocery Store Game
Let’s Go Shopping Money Game

Homeschooling at the Grocery Store Printable Learning Pack from Intoxicated on Life

What does the grocery store offer educationally? It turns out a WHOLE LOT! Learn how you can teach your kids from this every-day activity and grab this printable pack too! @ IntoxicatedOnLife.com #Homeschool #GroceryShopping

You may want to expand your grocery store learning even further with this post:
Fun with Fruits and Veggies!

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Written by Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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