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Free Preschool Printable Grocery Lapbook

Want to use grocery shopping and coupons to teach your youngster some fun skills? Print the which is packed with great activities to keep little hands and minds busy for quite some time.

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19 Comments

  • says:

    How adorable!!

  • says:

    I love this!!! My kids are going to have so much fun!!!! Definately worth the printer ink:)

  • Emily says:

    Cute. My Kindergartener-going into first grader-now thinks there must be a coupon for everything. She wants us to give coupons to people who come to our garage sale this summer so they can pay less.

  • Jessica says:

    So, you just print it out on paper and put it together? Sorry, to sound confused. This looks so fun and I would love to use it, but do not think it would be sturdy enough for my little one to use in the cart. What are you all doing with your templates?

    • says:

      I think I am going to print mine out on cardstock, cover it in paper, then cut it out…if that makes any sense! I love the idea of the folder (like in the picture). I think this will be fun to have on hand as an activity for trips!!

    • Emily says:

      @Jessica, Lapbooks are generally activities to put together and use at home, although you could bring it to the grocery store if you want. You might lose some of the loose pieces, though.

    • Emily says:

      @Jessica, Some of the learning takes place during the process of putting the lapbook together, and then, depending on how the lapbook is designed to be used, some of the learning will take place when using the completed lapbook–either reading the various tidbits of information or playing games (if that is included in the lapbook), etc…

      • Jessica says:

        @Emily,

        Thank you for your reply. I would love for this to be something she could take with her. It looks like it is put together on a file folder. Maybe a cardboard type “book” would work better??? Anywho, great project either way. Thanks again!

  • Michelle says:

    This is AWESOME. I’m DEFINITELY making one for my kids (2 and 3 yrs old). They love grocery shopping with me, but always get bored midway through the trip.

  • Michelle says:

    This is AWESOME. I’m DEFINITELY making one for my kids (2 and 3 yrs old). They love grocery shopping with me, but always get bored midway through the trip.

    Jessica- I’ll probably print it on cardstock so it’s heavier, and maybe even laminate the cards/coupons.

  • JenK says:

    This is so cute! My oldest is just getting old enough to do preschool at home activities, and she already loves grocery shopping and helping Mama with coupons, so this will be a big hit. Thanks for the link!

  • Brandy says:

    I love lapbooking!

  • Amanda says:

    If you are worried about it lasting you could always take it to be laminated. Teacher supply stores usually do it for pretty cheap

  • Marie says:

    WOW! Love this! I am a preschool teacher and am printing off all the templates to use in my dramatic play area. I am printing on cardstock and laminating what I can. Thanks for sharing!!!!

  • Anne says:

    What a great idea!

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