In August, I posted about the first Early Literacy Kit I made: Rhythm and Rhymes. Recently, we put out a new kit I put together called Grocery Kit. Inside, there are play foods, a half sheet with a list of ideas of how to play together, and a clipboard with the grocery list half sheet on it.
Ideas for How to Play Together:
1. Help your child fill out a grocery list by asking him or her to select a specific amount of items. Then, take all the food out and let the child match the items he/she chose on the grocery list.
2. Ask your child to sort the food into different categories. For example, your child can sort the foods into piles of what he/she likes and dislikes, or foods to eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.