Pretend Play Supermarket perfect for toddlers and preschoolers

Pretend Play – Supermarket

 

Pretend Play Supermarket perfect for toddlers and preschoolers

Pretend Play -Supermarket

My kids absolutely love playing pretend, especially pretend supermarket. I don’t know what it is but AJ is just obsessed.  He really loved our shopping lists so we had decided to expand on it. Sharing this Pretend Play Supermarket Pack is so exciting. It is filled with everything you would need to play supermarket. All you need to do is print it out I suggest using cardstock and cut it out, in some parts you will need to fold and Laminate it all up. Except for the little booklet, that is circular and you can keep that as paper. I love these printables, as you can print only what you want. multiples or what have you.

Some tips for printing your Pretend Play Supermarket:

  • Print on cardstock although paper is fine.
  • You don’t have to print the first page.
  • Read any directions that are on the page before cutting and laminating.

 

This Pretend Play Supermarket pack includes:

Coupons, Cards, and even key card. Market sign, Shopping Lists, Name Tags, Open and Closed Sign and circular.Pretend Play Supermarket perfect for toddlers and preschoolers

 

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?)

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 the lists. Learning never stops and can be so much fun!

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Did your kids enjoy playing with this pretend play supermarket pack? What is your child’s favorite thing to pretend to play? Let us know in the comments below what you think and snap a photo of your child using the printable, we love to see you guys have fun with the things we provide. Tag us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram using the hashtag- #LearningCreatively

 

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4 Comments

  • Erica May 9, 2017 at 8:54 PM

    Thank you!

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  • Kristi June 1, 2017 at 11:29 AM

    What a wonderful idea! My oldest was obsessed with pretending to grocery shop too and I’m sure I could rekindle that with these printables! They would be wonderful to keep little ones occupied during an actual grocery store run too as you could help them to find the actual ingredients printed on their pretend lists…you could almost treat it like a scavenger hunt!

    I love the ideas and information you share on your blog and have nominated you for a Blogger Recognition Award! Check out my post for more info: http://savvyschooling.com/2017/06/01/my-blogger-recognition-award/ 🙂

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  • Trisha April 4, 2018 at 4:35 PM

    I have subscribed several times and no luck printing. I’ve opened my email and verified the subscription at least 5 times and each time after saying I want to continue to your website to print the grocery and shopping lists it makes me retype my email info in! Help. These are great and wanted to use them for homeschool Math.

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    • admin April 4, 2018 at 6:35 PM

      Ugh! I am so sorry, I am working on it. Let me try to figure out where the problem is…Are you getting into our resource page? Once you are there, are you clicking the link the one that says download –> Shopping List Printable Here? I only ask because one link leads you back to the blog post and one to the download. If you are still having difficulty let me know and I will email you the printable until we figure it out.

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