Welcome to Cache Valley Adventures

where your family has plenty of opportunities to

Choose from the Adventures listed below.

Check back often as we will post new Adventures all summer long!

   
 

Savvy Shopper!

Event

 

Get all of the FUN Details here:  https://www.facebook.com/events/356115465036316/


Family Adventure

You are about to go on a Shopping Spree Adventure, but this shopping spree will teach you how to be money wise with future purchases. Here's how it works:

  • Your mom or dad will give you a grocery list of items that are needed.
  • They will also give you 'x' amount of money, either real or fake, to 'purchase' those items.
  • It will be your job to see if you can stay within the budget and get all of the items with the money you have. Who knows-- you may even get to spend whatever is left over on a treat, so be careful about the items you choose!

Parents- Here are a couple of notes for you:

  • You can use REAL MONEY or TOY MONEY for this Adventure, whichever you prefer.
  • We would put the shopping list together, but we want the kids to be shopping for things you really use. Create a shopping list of items that you actually eat and use at home.
  • You may want to include non-grocery items to increase the experience.

The purpose of this adventure is to:

  • Help kids learn the value of money and realize that once it's spent, it's gone.
  • Understand the difference between buying brand names and store brands, and when you should and when you shouldn't.
  • Understand the difference in quality, quantity breaks, etc.

Please take time during your shopping trip to help your child with the shopping experience, discuss the talking points above, process the things they learning through asking thoughtful questions and really listening to their answers. The key here is to engage them in learning the correlation between money and their choices.

Pre-K Adventure

You are about to go on a Shopping Spree Adventure, but this shopping spree will teach you how to be money wise with future purchases.

Here's how it works:

  • Your mom or dad will give you a grocery list of about 5 items that are needed.
  • They will also give you 'x' amount of money, either real or fake, to 'purchase' those items.
  • It will be your job (with help from your parents!) to see if you can stay within the budget and get all of the items with the money you have. Who knows-- you may even get to spend whatever is left over on a treat, so be careful about the items you choose!

Parents- Here are a couple of notes for you:

  • You can use REAL MONEY or TOY MONEY for this Adventure, whichever you prefer.
  • We would put the shopping list together, but we want the kids to be shopping for things you really use. Create a shopping list of items that you actually eat and use at home.
  • You may want to include non-grocery items to increase the experience.

The purpose of this adventure is to:

  • Help kids learn the value of money and realize that once it's spent, it's gone.
  • Understand the difference between buying brand names and store brands, and when you should and when you shouldn't.
  • Understand the difference in quality, quantity breaks, etc.

Please take time during your shopping trip to help your child with the shopping experience, discuss the talking points above, process the things they learning through asking thoughtful questions and really listening to their answers. The key here is to engage them in learning the correlation between money and their choices.

Community Engagement Adventure

SUPERAchievers can take this Adventure to the next level by taking their groceries home and fixing dinner for the family.

YUM!

Teen Adventure

You are about to go on a Shopping Spree Adventure, but this shopping spree will teach you how to be money wise with future purchases. Here's how it works:

  • Work with your parents to make a list of items that are needed for the family.
  • Work out with them how much money should be needed to 'purchase' those items.
  • It will be your job to see if you can stay within the budget and get all of the items with the money you have. Who knows-- they may even let you keep whatever is left over, so be careful about the items you choose!

 

Be sure to take time before, during and after your shopping trip to talk with your parents about the shopping experience and process the things you learned. The key here is to engage yourself in learning the correlation between money and your choices.

Photo Location

Take a selfie of you on your shopping spree and post it to you social media sites with the hashtags #LeesMarketplace and #MyDiscoveryDestination

Stamp Location

Lee's on 1400 North and 600 West

by Lee's Marketplace



Lee loved greeting each of his customers and looking at them as guests in his stores. He valued getting to know his employees and recognized the people around him, the people that made Lee's what it is. Lee Badger left a legacy of bright, clean and friendly grocery stores. His stores were competitive in pricing, well-stocked, bright, maintained and clean. Lee's carries on the traditions started in 1981 retaining their core values of friendly service, continual learning, exceptionally clean, productive teamwork, and highest integrity. Lee's Marketplace believes that grocery shopping should be a fun and enjoyable experience for our Team and our Guests. We will continually improve the expertise of our team, commit to providing freshness and quality in our products, and provide a clean, safe shopping environment. Lee's Marketplace pledges to support the local communities in which we serve and to have integrity in all that we do.


 

My Discovery Destination! Adventures

Sponsored by My Discovery Destination! and  local businesses and organizations in your community

for the purpose of

STRENGTHENING FAMILIES and BUILDING CHARACTER.

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