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Pizza Collage

by Lucy (follow)
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We recently discovered that creating a "play pizza" is just as fun as creating an edible one. First you gather all the ingredients, then layer them onto your pizza base. It's super simple and guaranteed to bring a smile to the kids faces. This is the perfect activity for kids who enjoy playing cafes - they can take your order and bring you back your pizza in no time.



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Anyone for pizza


Time: 30 minutes
Age: Under 5's
Level: Easy

Materials

1 piece of round cardboard
1 piece of red paper
1 piece of green paper
1 piece of black paper
1 piece of yellow paper
Glue
Scissors

Method

Take the round carboard and cut out the red paper into a neat circle shape to fit on top of the pizza base (this will now be known as the sauce).



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Pizza base


Cut out smaller triangles, circles, squares and rectangles with the remaining sheets of colored paper to resemble your family's favorite pizza toppings (cheese, carrot, pineapple, ham etc, etc). This is also a great opportunity to learn about shapes.



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Pizza sauce


Glue these onto the pizza sauce to create a colorful "supreme pizza".



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Cut out colored shapes


When the glue is dry, you are ready to play "Pizza Cafe" games for the next few hours. Have fun.



pizza toppings
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Categories
#Easy
#Under 5s
#Fun Food
#Kitchen
#Recycled
#Paper
#Pizza
#Glue
#Collage
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