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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   high interest, readability grades 3 to 5
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   3.04

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    scanner, aisle, register, scan, easily, separate, lighter, after, reward, several, order, okay, quickly, toward, customer, follow


Checking Out
By Cathy Pearl
  

1     After you have finished shopping, you need to checkout with your groceries. This means you have to take the groceries to a register and pay for them. Many stores give customers two options. You can checkout yourself using a self-checkout kiosk, or you can have a cashier complete the checkout process. The process is very much the same with either choice. If you have a lot of items, it may be easier to checkout with a cashier. That is the process that will be described here.
 
2     There will be many checkout aisles at the front of the store. Some of these aisles will be for people who haven't bought a lot of items. These aisles will say something like "ten items or less." The number may be different. It will usually be a low number. Check the number of items in your cart. If you have only a small number of items, you can use that aisle. If you have a lot of items, you will have to use a different aisle.
 
3     When you get to the checkout aisle, there may be a person in front of you. If there is, you will have to make sure that you keep your groceries separate from theirs. Most stores have a plastic bar that can be placed between different customers' groceries. You will then have to put the groceries on a belt. This belt moves the items toward a cashier. The cashier takes the items off at the other end. She scans them. As she takes the items off, the belt will move. There will then be more room for you to put more items on the belt.

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