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will stae and/or demonstrate shopping skills to _____ level (increased proficiency, independent, adult/peer assisted, etc.) as measured by _______ (observational data, anecdotal records, pre/post comparison, etc.).

Determine items to purchase at specialty, department, and thrift stores.
Read newspaper ads to compare prices.
Read newspaper ads to generate a shopping list.
Select store in which to shop.
Identify departments within stores.
Locate items to purchase at specialty, department, and thrift stores.
Read price tags to determine costs.
Read labels to acquire information about products.
Check quality of items to be purchased.
Identify sale items in specialty, department, and thrift stores.
Request assistance from sales person in specialty, department, and thrift stores.
Try on clothing in designated (women/men) fitting room.
Select clothing by size, style, and amount of care required.
Determine affordability by using cumulative subtraction strategy.
Purchase items at specialty, department, and thrift stores.
Return faulty or unwanted items to cashier or customer service at specialty, department, and thrift stores.

will state and/or demonstrate garage/yard sales shopping skills to ______ level (increased proficiency, independent, adult/peer assisted, etc.) as measured by ____ (observational data, anecdotal records, pre/post comparison, etc.).
Locate garage/yard sales by using newspaper ads and community signs.
Transport self to garage/yard sales.
Browse through merchandise on display at yard/garage sales.
Behave socially appropriately when shopping at garage/yard sales.
Select usable items that are in good condition when shopping at garage/yard sales.
Negotiate price and determine affordability when shopping at garage/yard sales.