Daily Living Skills – Grocery Shopping – Interactive

Daily Living Skills – Grocery Shopping - Interactive

This can be used by 5th-12th grade students.

Included: PDF, 40 Pages

Grocery shopping is part of Susan Traugh’s Everyday Living SkillsThis series provides life skills and skills to help students with mild to moderate special needs and students in general education. The workbook is available in both traditional printed and interactive versions using Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Written on a high third/low fourth grade level with airy-pages and bullet-point information for easy independent study, these books, nevertheless, respect teens’ maturity and humor while presenting federally mandated transition skills and Indicator 13 skills needed for adult independence.

Every workbook includes a Unit Checklist to help students track their progress and a Parent Notice letter that provides guidelines to family involvement.

The Teacher’s Manual (sold separately) provides written ITP goals for each book, pre/post-assessments, a parent priority questionnaire to meet federal guidelines, and coordination of units to federal codes for verification of compliance.

These workbooks allow students to move at their own pace and can be adapted according to student goals. Each lesson is taught in a short one-to-three page format with follow-up worksheets/activities to check comprehension. When possible, real-world activities are included.

Lessons inDaily Living Skills’ Grocery ShopInclude:

  • grocery store layout
  • per unit pricing
  • Comparing costs
  • Coupons
  • Impulse purchasing
  • Organise the fridge
  • Food that isn’t good for you
  • Get grocery lists
  • meal planner lists
  • Food storage

A preview of this book is provided here, or sample the series with our free book—Doing Laundry

Adobe Acrobat Reader 10, or greater, is required to use all interactive features in this workbook. Download this free program from: https://get.adobe.com/reader/.

The following titles are also available Daily living skillsThese are the transition series:

Resolving Bullying

Resolving Racism

You can be liked

How to be self-aware

The Building Character

Building Self-Esteem

Building self confidence

Building self-motivation

How to Buy Insurance

Celebrate Holidays

Cleaning your house

Coping with Covid & Distance Learning

Take a decision

Doing Laundry

Dress for success

Everyday Manners

Fair Fighting

How to get a paycheck

Grocery shopping

Maintaining your home

Hygiene for Girls

Hygiene for Guys

The skills required to be a good interviewer

Ironing, Mending

Kitchen Basics

Making conversation

How to Make Delicious Meals

Managing Stress

Masks and social distancing


Outdoor Chores

Surviving Failure

Payment of bills

Picking Produce–Fruits

Picking Produce–Veggies

Meditation and Mindfulness

Practicing Patience

Practicing Self-Advocacy

Dating is safe

Find employment

Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

Time Management


Understanding Government

Telephone use


Washing Dishes

Who am I? How do I get into college?

Work Games

Teachers’ Manual The guide is sold separately and includes tips for organizing and setting up a transition program. There are also pre-and post-test assessments. Class grading sheets. Written ITP goals can be inserted into each annual IEP. Each workbook will have its own code number and the definitions of federal transition standards.

A Powerpoint presentation is available free on this site to introduce your class/parents/administrators to the program.

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