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# SHOPPING LIST

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Using a shopping list is an important spending money life skill. Create a food shopping list with this printable worksheet lesson.

 LESSON LEARNED     Using a Shopping List

 BASIC SKILLS REINFORCED Basic Consumer Math Addition Multiplication Budgeting

 SUGGESTED GRADE LEVELS   6 to Adult Worksheet is customizable for multiple levels.

 Suggested Money Lesson Plan for this Worksheet   Introduce students to the concept of a shopping list, if they are not already familiar with one.  Use a shopping list of your own to discuss how you use a shopping list.  Why are certain items on the list?  Discuss the concept of creating a budget and how one needs to understand how much items cost so they understand how much money they will need when shopping, and how much they can afford.    Definition: A shopping list is a list of items to be purchased.   Questions for discussion: Why do people create shopping lists?   Why are shopping lists useful? (to remember what you need when shopping, to get supplies for a particular recipe, to keep yourself from buying what you don't need, and for keeping within your budget).   What things might they put on their shopping list?   Basic Math Review: Items x price per unit = Total spent on item. Running total = Current item + prior total     Use the following worksheet to practice and review using a shopping list.
 SHOPPING LIST WORKSHEET Instructions   This is a random shopping list worksheet. You may choose a standard worksheet or customize the worksheet to your instructional needs.   The top half of the worksheet is the list of items and related prices.  The bottom half is the shopping list.  It is the students' job to fill in the missing calculations on the shopping list.  This includes price per unit (same as on the top), total (item number x price per unit) and running total. Finally, answer the remaining questions.   To create a custom worksheet, you have several selections.  Choose number of questions.  Single question worksheets make for good reviews or introductions.  Two different worksheet formats are available, single line format with picture (picture is optional) or box format.  Remove the picture or choose box format for older students. Also, you may customize this worksheet with the names of your students, or use random names, or mix student names with random names.   Make your selections, then press "Get Worksheet."

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 Number of items on shopping list:  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20   Include answers?  NOTE: Answers appear on a separate page when printed.   Maximum number of each item: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10     You may personalize this worksheet with your students names by listing them in the box below.  Each name must be on a separate line. You may also cut and paste a name list from another application.   Name List (optional)       Mix with random Names? If you enter names above, then selecting this box will mix these names with random names.       Note - requires Full Membership

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