Pizza Party Math and Econ for Elementary

Pizza Party Workshop Resources

Other Pizza Lessons!

Economics:

Mathematics: 

  • Pizza at Home: Students survey members of their family/community about pizza preferences and bring their materials to school to create graphs from the data.
  • Favorite Pizza Toppings: Students survey their classmates to discover favorite pizza toppings. They make a pictograph.
  • Pizza Topping Combinations: Using their data and graphs from the Favorite Pizza Toppings lesson, students consider the various combinations of toppings they could place on pizzas.
  • Bedtime Math images and ideas

Promethean: Promethean Pizza Lessons:

Literacy:

 

MEA (Model Eliciting Activities)

CPalms: What is an MEA?  Journal Article  More About the MEA

First, read or view a pizza party . . .

Children’s Literature

  • “Hi, Pizza Man” by Virginia Walter
  • Pete’s a Pizza by William Steig
  • Pizza Party (Hello Reader! Series) by Grace Maccarone
  • The Princess and the Pizza (2003).by Mary Jane Auch  (Author, Illustrator), Herm Auch (Illustrator)
  • The Pizza That We Made (2001) by Joan Holub  (Author), Lynne Avril Cravath (Illustrator)
  • The Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza by Philomen Sturges (Author), Amy Walrod (Illustrator)
  • Pizza Counting Paperback, by Christina Dobson  (Author), Matthew Holmes (Illustrator)
  • Little Nino’s Pizzeria by Karen Barbour  (Author)
  • Curious George and the Pizza Party

The History of Pizza!

(A Brief History of Pizza)

The History Channel Hungry History: Pizza (includes recipes).

More texts on the history of pizza–site includes a pizza maker app.

Pizza With Pizzaz lesson on the history of pizza.

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