Pretend Play Supermarket

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Pretend Play Supermarket

My children adore dramatic play. They love to pretend they are doing grown-up things and while they pretend they begin to make connections and learn. The kids are having fun, they are amused while learning reading, writing, math, and life skills. Previously, we shared our shopping lists printable, but we decided to expand on it and create a full-blown supermarket pretend play kit. This Pretend Play Supermarket Pack is filled with everything you would need to play supermarket. Before you scroll down to get your printable, please take a moment to pin this post to your Pretend Play or Education board.

Some tips for printing your Pretend Play Supermarket:

  • Print on cardstock although paper is fine.
  • Read any directions that are on the page before cutting and laminating.
Pretend Play Supermarket perfect for toddlers and preschoolers

This Pretend Play Supermarket pack includes:



Key card

Market sign,

Shopping Lists,

Name Tags,

Open and Closed Sign,

and circular (don’t laminate this page, just fold it into a little booklet)

How to Set Up Your Pretend Play Supermarket

There are so many fun ways to set up your store, we cleared off some shelves and set it up there for the kids to play.

Pretend Play Supermarket perfect for toddlers and preschoolers

Use your toy shopping cart or basket and get to cleaning off those shelves with your handy list and circular.

Pretend Play Supermarket perfect for toddlers and preschoolers

When checking out your groceries at the cash register make sure to have your wallet, store cards, and coupons! (Like our car keys?)

Download Your Pretend Play Supermarket Kit

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This printable can be used in many ways, although it is a Pretend Play pack we never stop learning. Let your kids count up food. Read the numbers off of the circular, do simple math at the cash register, or read the words off of the lists. Learning never stops and can be so much fun!


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