Shape Pizza Craft

shape pizza craft math craft

 

This activity is wonderful for all ages, older children can draw their own toppings and to complete the fun you can make your own pizzas for dinner!

  1. Gather your materials. You will need some construction paper, markers, scissors and glue. That’s it!pizza math craft supplies
  2. Draw some shape toppings , with younger children stay simple, with older ones the sky is the limit. Don’t forget one big circle for the crust.shape pizza shapes edi
  3. Color the toppings- wait to cut them out, the small pieces are too hard to color for little guys.coloring shape pizza math craft
  4. Color the crust!pizza coloring
  5. While your child is coloring the crust , cut the toppings out.pizza shapes craft
  6. Grab your glue and start putting those toppings on.gluing shapes on the pizza craft
  7. Remember throughout the activity to talk about shapes, colors and all that other fun stuff. As always if that is interfering with your child’s creativity, chill they are learning by doing we don’t always have to be “teaching” !shape pizza craft for shape recognition
Book!



The Princess and the Pizza Mary Jane and Herm Auch is a really cute retelling of the classic Princess and the Pea. They have modernized it and made it a little more feminist in the process, exactly my kind of book. The text is a little long for toddlers, but my son sat through about half before wanting to go back and look at the illustration of the horse on the first page. The message is sweet, saying that a woman doesn’t need a man or marriage to attain her goals! Beware though it will make you crave pizza!

Comments

  1. amy says

    I haven’t seen that book – my girls love the Princess and the Pea story, so we’ll definitely have to check that one out. Thanks for sharing! :)

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