Out of milk? Running low on bread? Just check it off on this list of common groceries and household provisions! Items are divided into categories with blank spaces provided in each category for additional necessities. Then just rip off your shopping list to take to the store – or send it with your hub without having to worry about him trying to read your handwriting! Features a magnet on the back so you can hang it right where you need it – on the refrigerator!
This notepad is divided into two columns: “Weekly Menu” and “Groceries” with the weekdays listed out below. Simply write out your weekly menu, add any supplies needed to the “Groceries” column and tear off your perforated grocery list to take along to the store.
This dotted, half line note pad is a handy tool for practicing modern-style ball-and-stick letters. Each sheet focuses on a letter with four rows: two for upper case, two for lower case. The rows are one inch tall and there’s a space for your students’ name on top. This set comes with two pads, each with 26 sheets. The backs have an adhesive like sticky notes to help keep the sheet from sliding around on the table, and then you can display your student’s progress on a wall or fridge! – Laura