Level 1 Grocery Shopping - Money Math Life Skills Worksheet
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Level 1 Grocery Shopping is a must-have money math worksheet for middle and high school special education classrooms. With this no-prep life skills worksheet, your students will learn how to calculate the prices for essential grocery items including fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy products, dry goods, canned foods, desserts, personal care products, and household items. The product illustrations, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios make this money math worksheet an engaging way to help your students develop crucial skills needed to navigate daily life. Get your copy today and give your students the tools they need to succeed!
- This Level 1 Grocery Shopping Money Math program equips students with the skills to accurately calculate the costs of a wide range of groceries, including essentials like fruits, meats, and personal care items.
- Students learn to easily determine the total cost of multiple items priced the same, making shopping trips more manageable and budget-friendly.
- The program also covers the calculation of costs for items with varying prices, ensuring students can handle complex shopping scenarios with confidence.
- With special attention to weighing and pricing fruits and vegetables, our course prepares students for real-world grocery shopping, enhancing their independence and financial literacy.
- This activity can be used as part of a comprehensive financial literacy curriculum or as standalone aids.
- Question and answers to challenge your students, reinforce learning, collect data, and measure progress.
- Relatable dialogue can serve as a bridge between the student and the content, making it easier for them to grasp complex concepts.
- Real-world life skills scenarios help prepare students for future challenges by developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Where to Use: This is the perfect special education activity for Middle Schools, High Schools, Adult Day Centers, Adult Transition Programs, Social Skills Groups, and Autism Life Skill Centers.
How to Use: This resource is an excellent addition to a functional life skills curriculum. Just print and hand out the resource.
Format: Color and black-and-white versions of each page are available as PDFs (portrait orientation, 8.5″ x 11″ letter ).