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#### Pizza Fractions

Fraction circles are a handy tool to use when reviewing fractions. Students draw various fractions on their paper using the fraction circles as a reference. They draw a picture of a pizza and divide it so everyone in their class can...

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#### How to Make a Stuffed Crust Pizza

What is better than pizza? Stuffed crust pizza! Learn how to make your own with this fantastic video.

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#### Pizza Farm Activities

Students identify the food groups and agricultural sources of pizza ingredients. They construct a construction paper pizza, identify the crops grown for pizza ingredients, and make and eat English muffin pizzas.

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#### Pizza Biography

A biography writing lesson with a tasty twist! Kids create a "visual biography" in which each pizza slice represents a paragraph, and toppings represent supporting details. They learn research techniques, note-taking skills, and how to...

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#### "Pizza"rama With Fractions!!

Young mathematicians explore number values by utilizing food as a visual aide. They discuss the differences between halves, fourths, and eighths and how they are visually represented by a pizza. Then create their own pizza in class and...

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#### Pizza Crusts

Enough stuffed crust to go around. Pupils calculate the area and perimeter of a variety of pizza shapes, including rectangular and circular. Individuals design rectangular pizzas with a given area to maximize the amount of crust and do...

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#### Pizza! Pizza!

Third graders tally, sort, and organize pizza orders from monthly school sales. They create an advertising campaign to promote the School Pizza Sale, record the data in graph form, compare and contrast the tallies throughout the year,...

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#### Pizza Fractions

Here's an activity for learners to complete, no pencil required! There are two pizzas (one on each page) and a guide that tells your learner how to divide the pizza. A great way to review fractions without having to put pen to paper.

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#### Try A Pizza Theme Week

Students explore all the things they could do with a pizza. They become aware of food groups and nutritional needs, make decorated cardboard pizzas, interact with pizza slices and fractions, create stories to go along with their...

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#### Playing For Pizza Book Quiz

For this fiction books worksheet, students complete seven multiple choice questions about the book, "Playing For Pizza." These questions contain concepts such as choosing the correct author, who published the book, when it was on the New...

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#### Pizza Crusts

Help Robbie figure out what pizza shape he should choose to get the greatest amount of stuffed crust. This two-page worksheet gives your young mathematicians a chance to find areas and perimeters of rectangular and circular shapes in a...

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#### Pizza Sector Task

Gobble up a slice of the task. Scholars first consider the area of a whole pizza, half a pizza, and a quarter of a pizza. They then consider other central angles and develop a formula for the area of any sector of a circle.

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#### Pizza Fractions

Students are introduced to fractions by completing 2 pages of problems with a pizza theme. They complete a chart where they name the fractional part they see in pizzas, then shade the pizzas to solve 1o word problems.

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#### Pizza Fractions

Everyone loves pizza! Learners define fractions and use manipulatives to calculate fractions. Kids cut circles to represent various fractional parts of a pizza. Some accommodations are included.

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#### Let's Do Pizza

Students complete a variety of activities to list the ingredients in pizza and identify the food groups in pizza. They sing the song, "I Am a Pizza" by Charlotte Diamond, draw a food pyramid, and make English Muffin pizzas.

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#### Pizza and the Economy

Students become aware of the history behind pizza and how it was adapted to the economic and geographic conditions of the United States. They have a basic understanding of the concepts of supply and demand.

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#### Pizza Doubler

Double the pizza? What a great deal! Young pizza enthusiasts investigate two different coupons, one that doubles the radius and one that doubles the sector angle of a slice. They determine which coupon is the better deal.

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#### Pizza Fractions

Give your young math scholars success with fractions by relating it to something they know and love: pizza! Five images of partially-eaten pizza pies are pictured, and must be matched to the corresponding fraction. Bring in a real pizza...

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#### Favorite Pizza Pie Graph

You've heard of a pie graph, but what about a pizza pie graph? Challenge young mathematicians to answer ten questions based on a random survey of people's favorite pizzas. A pie graph displays the percentages of each type of pizza. Some...

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#### The Internet Pizza Server - Pizza Simulation

Students simulate going to a pizza restaurant, ordering a pizza, and determining whether a small, medium, large, or family size pizza is a "better-buy." Students calculate the price/per/topping and determine whether this price is "fair"

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#### Pizza Sticks

Kids won't just follow a recipe to increase their cooking ability, they'll use it to locate information in a text. They read the simple recipe, then use information from the recipe to fill in the blanks in a story that shows one person...

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#### The Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza

Make a study of producers and consumers with an updated version of the classic story The Little Red Hen (this one is called The Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza). After reading and discussing the story and terms, learners practice being...

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#### Pizza Pandas

Grab a fraction of the pizza pie. Players match the written fraction to the amount of pizza shown on the platter. The game allows for up to four individuals at the same time. Scholars reach for a napkin with the fraction that matches the...

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#### Stuffed with Pizza

Eat up a resource on fractions. A comprehensive resource gives a variety of instructional tasks to teach about addition and subtraction of fractions and comparing fractions. As a culminating activity, scholars complete a performance task...