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💡Skills: Pretend play helps your child understand and process information. Games like this also help children practice fine motor, math, and language skills.
The people who help us get the food we need to eat to stay healthy are heroes! Play with your child to explore how food gets onto grocery store shelves, how people find what they need, and how they pay for their food.
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Here’s how to explain this activity to your child:
To simplify this activity for younger kids, go “shopping” in your kitchen together, and pretend to pick one or two items to “buy.” For kids who need a challenge, make pretend money to use to “pay” for the items you buy.
Sing the supermarket song with Team Umizoomi, watch Chris O’Dowd read “Arnie the Doughnut” about a tasty treat on Storyline Online, and print to play our supermarket board game!
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