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will state and demonstrate grocery shopping skills to _________ level (increased proficiency, independent, adult/peer assisted, etc.) as measured by ______ (observational data, anecdotal records, checklist records, etc.).

Prepare to shop.
Access the correct sections of the store.
Determine total cost of items using a calculator.
Purchase items on a shopping list.
Select, measure and package grocery items.
Shop at specialty stores.

will make preparations to shop with/without assistance and ________ criteria as measured by ______ (evaluation tool).
Check menuslfood in house prior to shopping.
Compose a pictorial shopping list (e.g., snacks, few items, househoid groceries, and supplies).
Compose a written shopping list (e.g., snacks, few items, household groceries, and supplies).
Check ads/clip coupons prior to shopping.
Assemble items for shopping trip (e.g., list. money, coupons, etc.).
Arrange transportation for shopping (i.e., bus schedule, etc.).

will negotiate the grocery store and successfully purchase items with/without assistance at _______ criteria as measured by _______ (evaluation tool).
Locate sections of the grocery store.
Locate specific items in the grocery store.
Read/compare a variety of price tags when shopping.
Request assistance when needed while shopping.
Navigate a shopping cart.
Demonstrate appropriate behavior (appropriate touching of items, appropriate pace, line formation at cashier, etc.).
Determine total cost of items using a calculator.
Use cumulative subtraction on a calculator to stay within budget.
Purchase items on a shopping list.
Count out closest dollar amount equal to or above total cost of items purchased.
Collect change from cashier.
Give correct currency/coins or combinations of coins to cashier to cover purchase price.
Purchase appropriate amounts of items for reasonable transport home.
Transport purchases to home/school.

will select, measure, and package grocery items with/without assistance at _____ criteria as measured by _______ (evaluation tool).
Weigh grocery items on scale to determine cost.
Open/fill plastic bags when shopping.
Secure plastic bags with fasteners (tie, clip) when shopping.
Check freshness date on perishable items when shopping.
Check far leakage of liquid items when shopping.
Read labels (e.g., price/lb., weight, total price) on grocery items.