World Pizza Day is celebrated on the 9th of February. It is essentially a celebration of pizza and its journey. The following article provides activity ideas for children to implement on World Pizza Day.
Pizza Pizza Full Of Cheese is a circle time rhyme for children to recognise, letters (both uppercase and lowercase) and numbers. After saying the Pizza rhyme, a child is chosen to choose a pizza to say its letter or number. This continues until each child has had a turn. This rhyme is great for Eudcators to use to introduce letters and numbers.
Pizza Tracing Lines aims to help children in the development of pre-writing skills. It provides children with the ability to use cognitive development, observations, and hand-eye coordination and encourages the child to draw in a specific direction. As a child practice tracing over these lines through copying and tracing this will give them the confidence and ability to write letters and numbers correctly.
Pizza In A Box Letter Matching is an alphabet activity that enables children to recognise lowercase and uppercase letters and identify the correct pizza to add to the pizza box. This is a great alphabet and letter recognition game for children.
Pizza Colour Match supports children to recognise primary and secondary colours by sorting the correct colour pizza ingredients with the corresponding pizza. These are great to use with colour bears. This helps children to learn colours and to understand colour classification.