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Pizza! Pizza! (Fractions/Money): Building Real-Life Math Skills (Worksheet)
Matt is having a pizza party for his birthday. Students study the menu from the pizza parlor to determine how much pizza Matt and his friends...
Grade: 3-5, Subject: Math, Topic: Money, Real-World Math, Fractions and Decimals
Pizza Awards (Award)
Need a special award for your students? Try this pizza-shaped prize!
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Seasonal Themes
Pizza Chef! (Cut and Paste)
Have students write creative pizza recipes or imaginary menus. Mount each paper on construction paper and display this "Pizza Chef" around the page!
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Seasonal Themes
Watermelon, Pizza & Ice Cream Activities! (Learning Activity)
If you ask children to list their favorite foods more than likely they will mention watermelon, pizza or ice cream!
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Seasonal Themes
My Pizza Recipe! (Learning Activity)
Everyone has a favorite pizza recipe. Send your students home with this worksheet and have them consult their parents or relatives to come up...
Grade: Pre-K-3, Subject: Holidays and Seasonal Themes, Topic: Seasonal Themes
All About Pizza (Informative): Grade 3 Common Core Writing Lesson (Worksheet)
What is a pizza?
Grade: Grade 3, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Writing
Pizza Party (Worksheet, Graphic Organizer)
Students use a diagram to determine what kinds of pizzas to order for a pizza party.
Grade: Grade 2, Subject: Math, Early Learning, Topic: Charts and Graphs, Counting and Numbers, Logic and Problem Solving, Early Math
Pizza Pizzazz (Target Word - Sprinkle): Perfect Poems for Teaching Vocabulary (Worksheet)
Share the poem “Pizza Pizzazz.” Discuss toppings children like to put on their pizzas. Review unfamiliar concepts or words. For example,..
Grade: Pre-K-K, Subject: Language Arts, Health and Safety, Early Learning, Topic: Vocabulary, Writing, Early Writing
Pizza, Please! (Measuring Area): Measurement Shoe Box Learning Center (Worksheet)
Children explore area as they top pizzas with favorite fixin's!
Grade: K-2, Subject: Math, Topic: Time and Measurement
How to Eat Pizza (Explanatory): Grade 4 Common Core Writing Lesson (Worksheet)
How do you eat a slice of pizza?
Grade: Grade 4, Subject: Language Arts, Topic: Writing
What Kind of Pizza Do You Like? Graph (Chart)
Each U.S. citizen consumes about 22 pounds of pizza a year. Clearly, the average American loves pizza-and kids are no exception. Tap into young...
Grade: Pre-K-2, Subject: Math, Topic: Charts and Graphs
Pizza, Please! Collaborative Class Book (Worksheet)
This fun book is housed in a small pizza box. Children write about what kind of pizza their would order if they were a particular animal or character.
Grade: K-2, Subject: Language Arts, Early Learning, Topic: Writing, Early Writing

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