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Do you have any extra coupons laying around? If so, let your little ones get in some small motor skills by cutting and gluing them.
What you need: coupon sheets, scissors, glue and paper
Lay the coupons out on the table with a pair of scissors. And let the cutting begin!
As you can tell by the title of the post, this activity was supposed to include gluing, but we modified it a little bit. I have recently started using coupons as a way to save money. I keep my coupons in baseball card inserts, in a 3-ring binder. My girls are little mini-me’s, so they too, wanted baseball card holders for their coupons.
This activity was a great way for them to learn about coupons and why I use them. We also talked about all the different numbers we saw on the coupons.
This post is a part of the GROCERY lesson plan.