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I love these so much to teach Shopping Lists in my special needs class!!! I find this is an amazing way to give my students the differentiated instruction they need and help my students learn about how to follow a shopping list with visually engaging pictures! I also love using these independent work stations during center rotations. Thanks for sharing!

Shopping List: Mixed


This no print  Google interactive set is the perfect grab and go life skills task, this activity can be set up in seconds and includes all REAL PICTURES so it is appropriate for all ages, no kiddish clip art graphics!

Video below is the same concept but with different items. 

AdaptEd 4 Special Ed Associations and Organizations

2 No Prep Google Slides Follow the Shopping List: 

    • Set 1 
      • 25 Visual Order Sheets
      • Drag and Drop Canned Foods
    • Set 2 
      • 25 Reading Orders (great screen reader practice for non-readers) 
      • Drag and Drop Canned Foods

Print for a hands-on task

    • 25 Read the Shopping Lists- place the snacks in the basket. 
    • 25 Visual Shopping Lists- place the snacks in the basket. 
    • Blank Shopping List 

The PDF download contains the links to the digital version as well as the print option. This set can also be printed and used as a hands-on task bin. 

You can use this on either a computer, a Chromebook or tablet. 

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