The Shopping List extras game is for young children in pre-school or in early Key Stage 1. It provides plenty of practice of matching (a key mathematical skill) as children match pictures to the items in their trolley. It's a fun maths early learning game that also helps with language development as all the items have the words clearly written beside them (word recognition and spelling are enhanced without the children focusing on it).
For up to four players. No money required!
Each player chooses a shopping list and either a trolley or a basket.
Spread the item cards face down on the table (fruit, vegetables, dairy, meat, poultry and fish, toys).
The youngest player starts. Turn over a card from the table.
Check to see if the item is on your list: if the picture on the card matches an item on your shopping list, place the card in your trolley or basket.
If the picture on the card does not match an item on your list, show the card to the other players and return it face down on the table. Play passes to the next player.
The winner is the first player to fill their trolley or basket w
ith all the items on their shopping list.
Shopping List extras:
Add the Clothes and/or the Fruit and Veg Shopping List Extras