Mom School: P is for Pizza

P is for Pizza Preschool Game at doingsplendid.com P is for Pizza! My kids love learning about small, medium, and large with our pretend pizzas at preschool! We also did this activity with our preschool group when we learned about the letter P and it was a big hit too! Not to mention many kids already seem to have a love for pizza.

To make this fun preschool craft, we cut out small medium and large cardboard circles to be our pizza crust. Then we cut out small, medium, and large toppings out of felt and cut a few pieces of yellow yarn to be our cheese. You can make whatever and however many pizza toppings you want. We made mushrooms, pepperoni, and green pepper.

P is for Pizza Preschool Game at doingsplendid.com

To play, I set our the cardboard circles and let the kids put the cheese (yarn) on top. Then we set out the toppings. I asked the children to put all the large toppings on the large pizza, the medium toppings on the medium pizza, and the small toppings on the small pizza. You get the idea! And then let the kids get to work!

P is for Pizza Preschool Game at doingsplendid.com

Pretend food is always so much fun for kids and its great when they are learning too! This activity can help them learn about comparing objects, sorting, and learning to work together. I believe would be great for any preschool aged child!

P is for Pizza Preschool Game at doingsplendid.com

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5 Comments

  1. April 16, 2015    

    Grace says – What a great idea and anything involving the word ‘pizza’ is awesome with us!! A great way to learn about sizes. We run a weekly linky called Mini Creations which opens every Wednesday and runs until the following Tuesday. We’d love for you to link this post up šŸ™‚ #letkidsbekids

  2. April 16, 2015    

    Hope to see you at the MomBlogParty this week! http://www.momresource.com/mom-blogs-party-week-8

  3. April 17, 2015    

    The little boy I nanny would LOVE to do this.
    Abbi @ http://www.seasonsofahomemaker.com

  4. April 19, 2015    

    Good fun learning activity and so simple.
    Thanks for sharing #LetKidsBeKids

  5. April 22, 2015    

    My daughter absolutely loves playing with anything food related. I know that she would have an absolute ball with this.

    Thanks for sharing at Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning.

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