Learning While Living

This morning we took a break from our regular Tuesday home school schedule to do a little grocery shopping. We made good use of our ride by reading our daily Bible chapter on the way to Publix.

Since my 15 year old daughter was a week ahead in her Geometry we decided to focus on consumer math. She had the opportunity to sharpen her couponing skills and did a great job. She stayed organized as she counted her coupons while handing them over. She even remembered to check her receipt for accuracy.

Here’s what she bought:

6 Shout @ .47¢ ea.

31 Lipton Pyramid Tea-bags @ .50¢ ea

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Older women… teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children, to be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed.
(paraphrased from Titus 2:4-5)

Filed under: Couponing

Comments

  1. She really enjoys couponing (FINALLY). She even asked for her own personal coupon holder to use while shopping. I am very proud of her accomplishments.

    Thank you all for your kind comments.

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  2. Your daughter gets an A in my book for her consumer math skills! 8-))

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  3. Awesome! I love those type of teaching opportunities.

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  4. I am so impressed by your coupon skills. I really need to sharpen mine. Your blog has been a big help. Thank you.

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  5. WOW that is great! My daughter who is 12 gets tickled pink when she see's all the stuff I get for cheap and free. She told me the other day she wanted to grow up and be a smart shopper like me 🙂 It is great we can pass that on to our children.

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