Transcript: Checkout Home & School Coordination Step one: unload the cart Step two: pay Level one: dollar over Level two: exact change Level three: debit/credit card or check Step three: pack up Receive instruction at school Practice during weekly community outing Practice at home with family Grocery Shopping Step one: make a list Level one: using a picture list Level two: using a written list Level three: using a recipe to create a list Level four: creating your own list Step two: know your budget Level one: given a budget Level two: given a budget range Level three: creating your own budget Wrap-up Morin, A. (2014). Grocery store learning activities. Retrieved from http://kidsactivities.about.com/od/EducationalTriips/a/Grocery-Store-Learning.html. National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center. (2014). Student development. Retrieved from http://www.nsttac.org/content/student-development-0. Preparation Step one: locate items in the store Level one: picture matching Level two: word matching Level three: categorizing Step two: keep track of budget Level one: subtracting from total (using a calculator) Level two: subtracting from total (mental math) Step one: unload groceries Step two: put groceries away Level one: picture matching Level two: categorizing Step three: balance accounts (if applicable) Shop References Pre-assessment
Transcript: Take your cart to the checkout and purchase your items. Use coupons and store promotions if you can! Get home and unload those groceries! Make grocery list Pick a decent cart - you won't want to have a backache from pushing around a crappy cart! Using your list, shop for the items you need. Arrive at store Make your family unload for you. They're usually willing to do this since they are interested in what sort of food you have bought. Try to avoid anything not on your list! This includes candy, crackers, chips, and ice cream. Include food and toiletries - we don't want to have to go to the store again this week!
Transcript: Fruity Cool whip Dessert 5. Add Any other fruit desired Groceries #1 9. put on some whiped cream and sprinkles to garnish Cooking #1 Cooking #2 Cooking #3 Grocery Shopping Cooking Recipe 7. Add 2 scoops of cool whip and mix well Exam Food And Nutrition Serve 6. Add 1 can of sweetened condensed milk and Mix 4. Add Peaches To Bowl 3. Add Apples To Bowl Pictures Shopping #2 2. Put the Grapes in a bowl Grocery #2 1. Cut all the Fruits 8. Add to serving bowl Grocery #3 And serve !! MAKE SURE YOU GATHER MATERIAL AND INGREDIENT BEFORE YOU START
Transcript: Project by Sam Wilson One Month Online Grocery Shopping Menu! prices Monday: Breakfast-$8.78 Lunch-$3.49 Dinner-$5.79 Tuesday: Breakfast-$9.96 Lunch-$4.00 Dinner-$6.28 Sunday: Breakfast- $2.29 Lunch- $4.49 Dinner- $13.75 Wednesday: Breakfast-$2.59 Lunch-additional $2.59 Dinner-$10.87 Thursday: Breakfast-$3.99 Lunch-$6.80 Dinner-$10.55 PLUS DIAPERS- $24.00 for a pack of 58. $146.29 Friday Friday Breakfast-$5.68 Lunch-$5.45 Dinner-$7.49 Saturday Saturday Breakfast-$5.68 Lunch-$5.18 Dinner-$9.86 total for a month: $585.16 Total for a year One Year $7.021.92 in conclusion: Conclusion I've learned that feeding a family is very expensive. Paying attention to sales is very important and can save you a lot of money while grocery shopping. =
Transcript: Distance to ShopRite The Store That I Choose 5 1/4 in. 2,000 ft.= 3/4 in. 14,000 ft. 3.2 miles away I am choosing the store ShopRite because: •I go to ShopRite the most often •They have good prices discounted and not discounted •They have fresh food •It is the closes to my house Grocery Shopping
Transcript: Estimation Today's Task! Partner up! The Finale Actual Cost Now use a calculator to find actual cost. How close was your estimate to the exact answer? Would you do anything differently? Grocery Shopping Share what you have! Did anything surprise you about this shopping “experience”? Do they feel that this is helpful for the future? What else could you do to save money that we didn’t do in this lesson? Do you want a partner for the grocery shopping activity? It involves grocery shopping for a week's worth of groceries! Please move and sit next to your partner if you have one. Use Sweetbay and Publix ads to compare prices. Use the provided paper with the columns to provide the store name, item name, quantity (how many), and the price. Remember: this is for one week of groceries using $50 or less! Look through the Publix ad. Use estimation to spend $10 dollars. Write down all items on back of shopping list paper. How did you estimate?
Transcript: Grocery Shopping Day Dialog 1 "What would you like from the store?" Bob: Don't we already have apples in the kitchen? Alice: No, we only have pears. Bob: How many apples should I buy? Alice: Please buy 3 pounds of apples. Bob: Sure. I'll be right back! Bob: I'm going to the grocery store. Is there anything you would like me to buy? Alice: Yes, I want to make a pie so I will need a few things. Bob: What kind of pie do you want to make? Alice: I want to make an apple pie because apples are on sale. "I want to make a(n) ________." Sandwich Soup Omelet Cake "I will need ______." Lettuce Eggs Ham Carrots Tomatoes Milk Flour Cream Cheese Dialog 2 - Bob Returns from the Grocery Store Bob: Here are your apples, Alice. Alice: Thank you, but I forgot to ask you to buy ground beef, so I can't make hamburgers for dinner tonight Bob: Then what are we going to eat? Alice: How about apple pie?
Transcript: Ways To Save While You Shop Weight your items before you pay. Many items can weigh less then the package says. Check entire shelf because most stores place the most expensive items at eye level. Avoid buying on sale items without checking the price to make sure they are a deal. Shop alone. Shopping in groups can cause you to spend more. Don't shop while you are hungry because it encourages you to by more than you need. Shop more often at stores were you know the prices on items. Buy only what you need and what you can afford. Avoid conveniece items, they tend to be more expensive. Make one large grocery trip instead of many small ones. Ditch the cart, it can cause you to get more than you need on a short market trip. Sources from the first four websites on the sheet.
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