Updated: Jul 27
What is it
Picture of label to picture (with tracing prompt)
Picture of label to word (without tracing prompt)
Learning about the different items found and used at a supermarket
Learning to label each of these items
How to use
Guide your child to look at the different pictures or words on each side
Draw lines to match
Use ruler to draw straight lines
Use different worksheets depending on skill level
Practice tracing to match
Practice identifying the picture and matching it to the correct word
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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