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Supermarket Matching

Updated: Jul 27, 2022

What is it

Matching worksheets

  • Picture of label to picture (with tracing prompt)

  • Picture of label to word (without tracing prompt)

Teaching Objectives

  • Learning about the different items found and used at a supermarket

  • Learning to label each of these items

How to use

  1. Guide your child to look at the different pictures or words on each side

  2. Pencil Skills

  • Draw lines to match

  • Use ruler to draw straight lines

  1. Use different worksheets depending on skill level

  • Practice tracing to match

  • Practice identifying the picture and matching it to the correct word

Teaching tips

  • Pair this matching activity with a song/video or bring them to the supermarket to create a more interactive learning experience

  • If matching independently is too difficult, try going through the options one by one and reading the options together with your child

Embed more learning opportunities

  • Receptive language - Point to Cashier, Which is the plastic bag?

  • Expressive language - What is this? What is this word?

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