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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

Young scholars 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

Pupils 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 cardboard...

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#### Playing For Pizza Book Quiz

In 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 instructional activity gives your young mathematicians a chance to find areas and perimeters of rectangular and circular...

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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...

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#### Pizza for Everyone

Pizza is the inspiration for the cross-curricular lesson detailed here. Start out with a poem about pizza and move into a discussion about balanced eating. To close the language arts portion of the lesson, ask your pupils to write...

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#### Penny's Pizza

Students develop a list of possible outcomes as a method of finding probability related to a pizza statistics problems. They read the problems together as a class, brainstorm ways to solve the problem, and in partners solve the pizza...

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#### Pizza Fractions

In this math worksheet, learners cut out five different fractions represented by pizza slices. The fractions include eighths, sixths, and thirds.

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#### Comparing Two Different Pizzas

What better way to learn about fractions than with a couple pizzas? Help Jessica figure out how much of the pizza she has eaten, while teaching your class that fractions refer to a specific whole amount. This problem will be challenging...

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#### Pizza Toppings

Pupils work with a pizza shop's menu to determine the total number of pizzas possible from their ingredient list, how much the pizzas would cost, and how long it would take to eat all of them. The assessment concludes by having scholars...

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#### Pizza Party

Yay, it's time for a pizza party! Your learner will attend three parties (on their instructional activity), and they must divide each pizza into the corresponding number of guests. How many slices will each person get? What fraction of...

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#### Keeping the Pizza Hot

Learners conduct an experiment to develop a cooling curve for pizza. They consider how this affects pizza delivery in terms of packing material, distance, and delivery routes.

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#### Fractions of A Pizza

Students view a large illustration of a pizza with parts of velcro. In this addition and subtraction of fractions lesson, students solve problems based on the pieces missing from the pizza. Students take a fraction quiz. Order a fresh,...

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#### Pizza Arts Storage Box

Where do you put all of those fantastic art projects you've done throughout the year? In a pizza box! Yes, learners will use pizza boxes to create strong vibrant portfolios for all their art work. Note: Clean pizza boxes can be donated...

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#### Pizza Palace

Find the increasing cost to make a pizza. Using the provided function table of the size of a pizza and the cost to produce it, pupils determine the average rate of change from the smallest to the largest and then interpret the meaning of...

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#### PIZZA = "Fractions: Any Way You Slice It!"

Who doesn't love pizza! Explore and investigate the relationship between fractions using pizza. Third graders will compare equivalent fractions using paper pizza slices. They also define equal fractions by comparing fractional parts to...

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#### Have Some Pizza: Introduction to Systems of Linear Equations

Frugal shoppers, linear systems are your friends! Armed with information about the rates different pizza places charge for their pizzas and deliveries, learners write equations to represent each restaurant. After analyzing the graphs,...

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#### Engineers Love Pizza, Too!

Help overcome challenges in eating pizza. Scholars work in groups to design a device that assists a physically handicapped person eat pizza. They build a prototype of such a device to test their designs before building. To finish, groups...

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#### Exploring Systems with Piggies, Pizzas and Phones

Solve systems to solve problems. Scholars learn to write and solve systems of two linear equations. Using the context of piggy banks, pizzas, and phone plans keeps things interesting!

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#### Pizza Tag

Who said pizza and tag don't go together? Assign one person as the "chef" to be the tagger and to stand in the middle of the gym. Divvy the rest of the class into three equal groups of "toppings" (ex: cheese, pepperoni, onion). Have all...

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#### "The Case of the Pilfered Pizza"

In this problem solving activity, students read a 2 page math mystery involving pizza. Students use their mathematical skills to solve the mystery of finding out who was the pizza thief.

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#### Be the Pizza

Second graders pretend to be pizza dough being made into a pizza pie. They listen to step by step instructions for the process of making the pizza and respond by moving their bodies as if they were the dough. Step by Step instructions...

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#### Pizza Equality

In this fractions worksheet, students draw pepperonies on the number of slices that each pizza tells them too. Students then write the percentage of pieces that have pepperonies on them.

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#### Claude Monet's Pizza Day

Students discover when art is used in our daily lives. Using cardboard pizza rounds, students make a pizza and discuss how it relates to advertising art. Students make pizza dough and analyze its texture. As a culmination to the...

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#### Pizza Anyone?

Sixth graders survey their class and analyze data about favorite pizza toppings. They use graphs and tables to display survey data and use fractions, percents, and ratios to report results.

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#### Mamma Mia! Lots More Pizzas!

In this consumer math instructional activity, students first fill in a table with the total number of pizzas sold in a weekend. Students solve 6 word problems with information from the table about number of pizzas sold in three sizes.

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#### Pizza Muffins & Podcasting

Students investigate life skills by participating in a voice recording activity. For this baking lesson, students identify the ingredients needed to create pizza menu items and the steps which should be taken to bake them. Students...

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#### Congruent Angles and Angle Bisectors: Bisecting Pepperoni Pizza

Who doesn't like pizza? A creative lesson uses a piece of pizza to explore angle bisectors and congruent angles. Young scholars work through a simulation to create congruent slices of pizza by analyzing an angle bisector. They then...

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#### Pizza, Pizza!

Ponder the problem of pizza prices. Pupils use provided information about two different pricing schedules for pizza. They create tables of values and functions to represent the pricing schemes, consider domain restrictions, and identify...

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#### Word Wall Pizza

Learning can be as satisfying as a delicious piece of pizza. Have kids write the words from a sight word list on the crusts of each slice of pizza, and when they hear their sight word, they can color in the matching pepperoni.

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#### Using Quadratic Equations to Solve Problems: Pizza Slice!

Get the most out of a pizza. Class members use an interactive to simulate cutting a pizza to determine the maximum number of slices possible. The pupils create a set of data points and determine the equation that models the relationship.

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#### Theoretical and Experimental Probability: Pizza Night!

Take a bite out of an enticing resource. Scholars use an interactive to study dependent events. They see how the number of favorable outcomes and total number of outcomes changes as individuals "eat" pieces of pizza.

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#### Linear Equations: Deep Dish Pizza

Explore the volume of solids with a real-life connection. Learners calculate the volume of a deep-dish slice of pizza to determine its price. They model the slice as a part of a cylinder and create a formula for calculating the cost.

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#### Pizza Place Promotion

The longer you wait to try the new pizza place, the more it's going to cost you! This real-world problem about how the cost of pizza varies with respect to time is a good example of how piecewise functions are used to describe...

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#### Electronic Pizza

Transform the computer lab into a poetry pizzeria and add spice to your writing curriculum with an appetizing activity that combines technology and poetry composition. Young culinarians use a paint program to create a pizza crust, use...

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#### Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza) Lesson Plan

Learners create a pizza recipe based on the recipe used in The Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza) by Philemon Sturges. For this early childhood lesson plan, students read The Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza) and identify the ingredients...

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#### Pizza Puzzle

In this pizza puzzle, students identify the types of pizza. Examples include pepperoni, hamburger, and sausage. A list of 18 types of pizza is provided to assist students in their word search.

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#### Pizza: Print and Color

In this word recognition worksheet, students trace the word "pizza", write the word independently, and color the picture of a pizza.

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#### Pizza Chef: Print and Color

In this word recognition instructional activity, students trace the words "pizza chef", write the words independently, and color the picture of a pizza chef.

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#### Pizza: Print and Color

In this word recognition worksheet, students trace the words "slice of pizza", write the words independently, and color the picture of the pizza.

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#### Graphing Your Favorite Pizza Topping

Fifth graders can survey the students just in their classroom, the grade level, or other grade levels. Upon finishing the surveys and compiling the data, the students can input their results in an Excel template or create their own...

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#### The Internet Pizza Server - Creating Your Own Pizza

Learners create their own pizza, "order" it from the Internet, and see digitized versions. They calculate the area of various size pizzas in order to do cost analysis to determine best buys.

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#### Shape Collage Pizza

Students identify shapes. In this geometry lesson, students cut out various shapes and create a "Shape Collage Pizza." Students glue their shapes onto a pizza template.

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#### Pizza Fractions

First graders identify a whole and the fractions 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 using pizza. This is a very nice lesson, in that not only do students practice their fractions, they also get to eat the pizza at the end of the lesson!

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#### History of Pizza

In this comprehension worksheet, students read a passage about history of pizza and answer multiple choice questions about it. Students complete 5 questions total.

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#### The Pizza Puzzle

Students identify the origin and preparation of the main ingredients in pizza. They identify the food safety procedures followed in a pizza factory and then prepare and eat a pizza in class.

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#### Pizza: Fractions

In this identifying fractional parts of pizzas word problems worksheet, students read the word problems, observe groups of three pizzas, and choose the one that illustrates the answer. Students solve 5 problems.

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#### Pizza Portions

Students explore mathematics by participating in a pizza pie activity. For this nutrition lesson, students identify the caloric intake in a piece of pizza and estimate the average number of slices eaten by a person. Students utilize...

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#### Favorite Pizza Topping

Students graph their favorite pizza toppings. They listen to the book "The Little Red Hen (Makes a Pizza)," develop a list of pizza toppings, and in small groups create a pizza topping graph.

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#### Pizza Time!

Students utilize mathematics by completing a food choice activity with classmates. In this agriculture lesson, students identify the ingredients used in making a pizza and where they come from. Students utilize graphs and charts to...

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#### Pizza and Comprehension

For this pizza and reading comprehension worksheet, learners read a short story on pizza and then underline each statement out of six that are true based on the pizza reading selection.

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#### Pizza Fractions

Students investigate relationships among fractions and use cut out pizzas and fraction circles to compare equivalent fractions. They exchange fractional parts of construction paper pizza circles to use as many different fractional parts...

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#### Trash Pizza

Students create a pizza pie graph of materials commonly found in landfills. Working in groups, they create a pizza crust and use commonly found trash items as the toping so represent the distribution of materials found in a landfill.

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#### Fraction Pizza

Students, with a partner, examine the relationship of fractions to whole numbers through the use of Fraction Pizza software by Panasonic.

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#### Trace and Color: Pizza

In this food-themed coloring worksheet, students color the picture of a pizza and then practice printing the word pizza by tracing the dotted lines.

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#### Pizza Counting

In this ingredients on a pizza worksheet, students count how many mushrooms, pieces of meat and bell peppers they see on a pizza and then write each amount in the boxes provided.

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#### Eating Fractions: Pizza Party

In this eating fractions: pizza party worksheet, 3rd graders color and cut out the pepperoni, mushrooms and pizza circles, prepare the order as indicated, paste on 1/2 sheet and write sentences describing their four pizzas.

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#### Pizza Time!

Fifth graders explore healthy dietary guidelines. In this dietary guidelines lesson, 5th graders investigate fractional parts of a healthy diet using pizza as a visual aid.

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#### Steps are in Sequence

Mary Hill's Let's Make Pizza provides elementary schoolers with a chance to practice sequencing. Young bakers arrange the pictures and text sentence strips in order before creating their own culinary masterpieces.

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#### Phenomenological Pizza

Learners explore measurement in terms of pizza toppings. In this math lesson plan, students draw a circle using string and a ruler, determine areas of different size circles, find how many two topping pizzas can be made using 14...

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#### Pizza Party

Students explore the concept of fractions through use of hands on activity. In this lesson about fractions, students will work together in small groups with a round piece of paper, or pizza, and cut the pizza into pieces. Students will...

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#### Trash a Pizza!

Learners investigate data about America's trash production. In this environmental lesson, students use statistics about what we throw away to create an art pie chart project called a "trash pizza."

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#### Pizza, Pizza

Students survey community members to determine their favorite pizza toppings and create a bar graph to show their findings. In this probability and statistics lesson plan, students collect data by conducting a survey. They analyze the...

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#### Reader's Theatre for The Little Red Hen Makes A Pizza

Students participate in reader's theatre. For this compare and contrast lesson, students read the book The Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza. This lesson promotes fluency and expression. Students also read the traditional story of the Little...

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#### Pepperoni Pizza Booklet

Provide a creative and interesting way for youngsters to practice identifying the numbers 1 to 10. They affix pepperonis to 10 pizzas to describe the numbers 1 to 10. This is a great and visual way for students to practice identifying...

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#### Pizza with the Principal & Kindness Cash

Young scholars understand how their words and acts affect others. In this acts of kindness lesson, students were rewarded for kind acts by getting to have pizza with the Principal. Young scholars also participated in a Principal's...

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#### Adding up the Pizza

Although not the best in terms of grammar, this addition word problem will work just fine as a guided warm-up. Because the explanation is at the bottom of the page, project this for the class, having learners do it independently, then...

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#### Pizza Anyone?

Students, in groups, create models of pizzes and divide them, usin Unifix cubes, into fractions.

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#### Equivalent Fraction Activities

Spin the wheel of the fraction contraption and learn about equivalent fractions! After constructing their own spinners, kids use printable pizzas to represent fractions that are equal in value.

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#### Garbage Pizza

Students examine amount of garbage disposed of by average household weekly, classify different categories of garbage and describe composition of landfills, investigate what happens to waste after it is collected by garbage trucks, and...

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#### Comparing and Ordering Fractions

Math can be satisfying for the mind and the stomach! Incorporate slices of pizza into your fractions lesson with a set of informative resources. After a brief guided lesson on comparing and ordering fractions, young mathematicians...

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#### Convenience Foods and The Role of Preservatives

High schoolers examine the role of packaging, additives, and preservatives in food preservation specifically pizza. They experiment with bread to determine the effect of preservative on it.

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#### What Do You Like on Top of Your Pizza Most? --class Bar Graph

In this math activity, students participate in completing a bar graph as a class. Students survey classmates as to their favorite pizza toppings and plot the results on this bar graph.

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#### Pizza Possibilities

Students create and interpret line plots, bar graphs, and circle graphs. The lesson plan assumes mastery of conversions from fraction to decimal to percent, construction of angles, and at least an introduction to graphs displaying data.

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#### Project-Saver Box

Students, after viewing a variety of three-dimensional objects, illustrate how to decorate a pizza box to store their completed art, homework and craft projects in. They extend their awareness of storage solutions and organizing skills...

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#### How Not to Set Your Pizza on Fire: Crash Course Engineering #15

Add a little sizzle to your lesson. The 15th video in the Crash Course Engineering playlist looks at heat exchangers, including concentric tubes, finned tubes, plate heat exchangers, and shell-and-tube heat exchangers. It describes how...

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#### Pizza Fractions

In this pizza fractions learning exercise, students "build" pizzas as indicated, coloring given fractions of toppings on pizzas. A reference web site is given for additional activities.

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#### Pizza Fraction

The students are given a pizza box, and they create a construction paper pizza with the slices representing different fractions. They work with a friend comparing and contrasting the different fraction sizes. The students complete the...

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#### Probable Pizza Shop

Students explore possible outcomes. In this math lesson, students list the possible pizza combinations they could offer on the menu of their new pizza shop. Students

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#### Pizza Plans Number Sense Enrichment Worksheet

In this pizza party number sense enrichment worksheet, 4th graders decide which number sentence best answers the question in the first 3 multiple choice questions. They complete 1 rounding problem and 1 short answer problem.

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#### Pizza Fraction Fun

Students solve for fractions using a pizza. In this fraction lesson plan, students listen to a read aloud, decorate pizzas, then cut their pizzas apart to show equivalent fractions. Once their pizzas are cut apart, they share different...

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#### Equivalent Fraction Munch with Pizza Pie

Students demonstrate fractions and mixed numbers using concrete pictorial models of pizza. They relate symbols to the models.

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#### Play Dough Pizza Party

Students review fractions using a visual display. They receive a can of Play Dough and have to complete a worksheet figuring out how to divide up a pizza for a specified number of guests.

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#### Giggle, Giggle, Quack Pizza Fractions

Pupils explore the concept of multiplication by using pizza. They read an article discussing how math is used everyday. They try to determine how many pizzas they would need to feed the class.

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#### Pizza Extravaganza

Students explore fractions. In this math instructional activity, students conduct a survey to determine favorite pizza toppings and use the information to predict a favorite topping for the school and plan a school-wide pizza party.

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#### "Pizza For Dinner" Reading Comprehension- Short Stories

In this reading comprehension and vocabulary worksheet, 5th graders read a selection entitled, "Pizza for Dinner." They answer 4 multiple choice comprehension questions, and 4 vocabulary questions based on the reading.

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#### Pizza Equality: Enrichment

For this equivalent fractions worksheet, students draw pepperonis on the slices and write fractions to describe the part of each pizza that has pepperoni on it. Students then draw lines between the pizzas in the two columns to show which...

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#### Build a Pizza Box Solar Oven

Students build a solar oven. In this solar energy lesson, students follow directions that show them how to build a solar oven made from a pizza box that can heat up food.

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#### Pizza Topping Combinations

Young scholars brainstorm pizza toppings and determine the number of possible ways to order a pizza. In this algebra lesson, students analyze and investigate geometric patterns as they relate to the concept of a variable. Young scholars...

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#### Pizza Box Projects

Students use pizza boxes to draw and research their own Asian country.

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#### Cell Pizza

Learners identify parts and functions of microscope. Students watch video, Cells and Life about cell parts with actual pictures and actual cells. Learners discuss video and identify parts of the cells that animals and plants have in...

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#### Pizza Pizza

In this parts of speech instructional activity, students read a story about the history of pizza that has missing words. Following the directions to put in adjectives, nouns or other words, students complete the story so that it makes...

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#### Fraction Pizza

In this fraction pizza activity, students make six different pizzas by dividing large circles into a given number of pieces (fractional parts) and adding toppings.

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#### Who Wants Pizza?

Students practice fraction skills online at the "Want Some Pizza" website. They complete activities via the internet and on square grid paper. They pull down tabs to check their answers.

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#### Savoring Halloween with Graveyard Pizza

Students find a recipe on the Internet. They read a recipe and prepare a shopping list. They purchase ingredients from a shopping list at a local grocery store. They follow directions and make Graveyard Pizza. They complete a worksheet...

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#### "J'adore la pizza" by Karen Kransky: Finding rhyming words in a French Poem

Students identify rhyming words in the French language. In this French rhyming words instructional activity, students participate in a shared reading of the poem "J'adore la pizza" by Karen Kransky. Students complete a cloze activity on...

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#### Sectors of Pizza

Students identify the properties of a circle. In this geometry lesson, students relate properties of diameter to sections of a pizza. They calculate the measure of an arc and missing angles.

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#### Fraction Fun with Pizza

Fourth graders complete a pizza fraction project. In this pizza fractions lesson, 4th graders use construction paper to make toppings for a pizza and cover the pizza according to fraction exercises. Students put their pizza and partner's...

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#### Pizza Party

Students discuss the importance of surveys and their purpose. In groups, they create their own survey to determine the types of pizzas and beverages to order for a class party. They report their findings to the class and enjoy their...

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#### Which Pizza

Seventh graders investigate the data related to finding the favorite type of pizza that 7th graders eat. The data is analyzed taken from a survey that focuses on the toppings of the pizza and not the brand. Students practice the sampling...

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#### Trash Pizza

Students identify items commonly sent to landfills and summarize percentages/fractions of different items in landfills Students create a pizza pie graph of landfill components

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#### Pizza Problem

In this mathematics worksheet, students pretend that they ordered a pizza with a friend and they received the one shown on the sheet. Their friend offers them four pieces, keeping the other three for themselves. Students decide who will...

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#### Rational Numbers in Applications: Pizza with Friends

Explore the application of fractions in a real-life situation. Learners manipulate an interactive simulation to model a given scenario. They find fractions of fractions and explain the importance of the part-to-whole comparison.

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#### Percent of Change: The Pizza Conundrum

Nine questions—multiple choice and fill in the blank—challenge mathematicians to solve money word problems. Looking closely at prices, scholars use a formula to identify percent increases and decreases based on an original and new price....

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#### Compare Fractions: Problem Solving 19.1

For this comparing fractions worksheet, students analyze a picture that shows pizzas for six people. Students answer 6 story problems in which the fractional parts of the pizzas are calculated.

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#### Fun With Food: Ratios

Learners explore parts of a whole by examining food items. In this ratio lesson plan, students read a recipe for tortilla soup and identify the portions of ingredients needed per serving. Learners utilize a pizza to demonstrate the...

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#### Foods and Languages of the World

Students learn about the foods of Italy. In this Italy lesson, students learn about the different types of food from Italy, create their own pizzas using paper and markers, share their pizzas with the class, and go to the cafeteria and...

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#### Sweet Fractions

In this fractions worksheet, 4th graders draw a picture of a pizza on a separate sheet of paper in order to answer 3 word problems. Students study a pyramid in order to answer 4 fraction word problems.

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#### Sail Etend 45 Min Cooking Class

For this cooking project worksheet, students work in small groups to make a pizza. Clear directions are given, but some terms are more familiar to children in the U.K. There is a confusing heading on the paper with a date and time...

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#### Pizza Coloring Page

In this art learning exercise, students color in the pizza and create their own designs for the picture. They can make a cutout of the pizza as an extension activity.

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#### My Pizza Recipe!

In this recipe worksheet, students fill in a graphic organizer style sheet with their favorite pizza and step by step directions telling how to make it.

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#### Garbage Pizza

Fourth graders explore the concept of waste management. In this recycling lesson, 4th graders identify materials that must be landfilled as well as items that may be recycled or reused.

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#### Make a Pizza Box Solar Oven

Young scholars make a solar oven using a recycled pizza box. The pizza box solar oven can be used for actual cooking. This looks like a fun activity. The design is provided.

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#### Professor Panda's Pizza Graph

In this data analysis worksheet, students answer 11 questions using a bar graph that was constructed from the answers to a survey about pizza toppings. They use a secret code to determine the best place to have a pizza.

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#### Ordering a Pizza

Students role play ordering a pizza focusing on requests and vocabulary including numbers, money and food. They brainstorm food items and create the menu. Using virtual money, they order and fill out a spending worksheet.

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#### Trash Pizza

Students work together to identify items sent to landfills. They summarize percentages of the different items found in landfills. They create a pizza pie graph of all of the components found in landfills.

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#### How To Make Pizza

In this sequencing and nutrition worksheet, students consider the 6 steps to make a pizza. Students cut out the direction cards and glue them in the correct order. Students color the pictures.

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#### Writing Prompt- Think Pack Cards- The Principal and The Perfect Pizza

In this writing prompt think cards worksheet, students receive bookmark sized cards that contain a writing task, a word storm, and writing hints. They write essays entitled, The Principal, and The Perfect Pizza. Parents receive tips for...

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#### Sharing Pizza

In this sharing pizza worksheet, students identify, combine, and subtract fractional parts. This one-page worksheet contains approximately 10 problems.

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#### Antonio's Pizza Palace

In this Pascal's triangle worksheet, students complete short answer questions about Pascal's triangle and the patterns they see in it based on a situation about a pizza parlor. Students complete 17 questions.

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#### Capitalization and Punctuation (Pizza and Camping)

Second graders demonstrate their command of Standard English conventions for capitalization and punctuation by indicating the errors in two passages. They must circle all the words that should be capitalized and provide any missing...

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#### Domino Effect

Carryout the lesson to determine the cost of pizza toppings from a Domino's Pizza® website while creating a linear model. Learners look through real data—and even create their own pizza—to determine the cost of each topping. They explore...

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#### We Taste

In this unique handwriting skills worksheet, students create a small book on all the parts of a pizza, color the pictures and then write each part of the pizza on the lines provided.

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#### Introducing Fractions

Students are introduced to fractions. In this fraction lesson, students use a fraction pizza for a visual representation of fractions. Students show how well they comprehended the lesson by doing fill in the blank worksheets.

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#### Book It to Pizza Hut

Young scholars participate in reading a story and writing a book report on the computer. They engage in computer skills such as, saving and printing their reports. They read their reports to the teacher and class.

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#### Breaking News English: Scientists Discover Healthier Pizza

In this English worksheet, students read "Scientists Discover Healthier Pizza," and then respond to 47 fill in the blank, 7 short answer, 20 matching, and 8 true or false questions about the selection.

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#### The Thermodynamics of Pizza

Students investigate the laws of thermodynamics. They observe demonstrations of each law, read a summary, and analyze how pizza demonstrates the laws of thermodynamics.

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#### Number Patterns in Everyday Life

Examine scenarios involving number patterns. Learners complete a series of activities, including working with Pascal's triangle ando completing chart activities based on different pricing for pizza toppings. An included extension has...

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#### Reading and Interpreting Graphs

In this reading and interpreting graphs worksheet, learners answer 8 word problems that involve reading information from a graph about pizzas. Students then review a second graph centered on music and answer 12 questions.

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#### Deriving the Area of a Sector

Geometers use an activity about finding the area of a pizza to develop the formula for the area of a sector of a circle. They use the known formula for the area of a circle to find the area of a pizza with a given diameter. The worksheet...

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#### Introduction to Systems of Linear Equations

Here is a lesson that really delivers! Middle schoolers collaborate to consider pizza prices from four different pizza parlors. Using systems of simultaneous equations, they graph each scenario to determine the best value. Developed for...

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#### Equivalent Fractions - EL 4.1

Using coins, measuring cups, and pizzas, this handout first walks learners through an explanation of equivalent fractions. Then they fill in blanks about the pizzas that are cut into different-sized pieces. A nice progression to clarify...

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#### Food for Spaceflight

When astronauts get hungry in outer space, they can't just call and have a pizza delivered. In order to gain an appreciation for the challenges associated with space travel, young learners are given the task of selecting, testing, and...

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#### Study Jams! Circle Graph

Over a pizza dinner, RJ and Mia discuss how to use a circle or pie graph to represent data. After viewing, data analysts can use a Test Yourself feature to assess their own understanding. This is ideal for use in a flipped classroom lesson.

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#### Exploring Food Together

Teach children what cooking is and how to safely prepare their favorite foods. An innovative cooking resource is packed full of activities that allow young chefs to get their hands on some food and get creative. From guacamole to mini...

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#### Little Nino's Pizzeria

Engage your youngsters in basic economics by connecting the terms to dessert and pizza! After a discussion about intermediate goods and natural resources, learners read and connect a pizzeria to economic terms.

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#### Add, Subtract and Multiply Fractions

Your future chefs will appreciate this comprehensive lesson where learners practice operations on fractions using pizza and soup analogies. Learners begin with a pizza analogy that requires the learners to multiply a whole number by a...

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#### Linkage Institutions: Political Parties: Option A

How is the Iowa Caucus like a one-topping pizza? Find out in this engaging lesson plan about the electoral process.

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#### Add and Subtract Fractions With Like Denominators - Problem Solving 20.1

Elementary schoolers solve problems that use fractions with like denominators. There are five problems posed, and they center around Max's birthday party. How much pizza will everyone get? How long did they play darts? Volleyball?

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#### Fraction Word Problems

Five fraction word problems using addition are included in this worksheet. Four of the problems revolve around food: pizza, cakes, bread, and pies! Tip: For extra fun, bring in a real loaf of bread, or other food item, to demonstrate one...

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#### In Great Demand

Focusing on supply and demand, learners discuss economic principles in this lesson related to Wisconsin. After discussing supply and demand, learners answer questions related to a pizza parlor. They talk about profit, as well as other...

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#### Area of a Sector

Young geometers derive the formula for the area of a sector of a circle. As they work through a series of problems, they find the area of one piece of a pizza if it is divided into eight equal pieces. Learners then investigate how...

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#### Top Toastie

Croque-monsieur? How about pizza toast? Fire up the grill and show your young chefs how to prepare and enjoy these tasty offerings. The 13-page packet includes a rationale for the lesson, grocery and equipment lists, step-by-step...

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#### Sun-Warmed Treats

Treat your class to a fun activity, complete with treats. Groups create a solar oven from a pizza box. They then use it to heat up some food ... that's what an oven is for, after all!

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#### Adding Common Fractions

Students practice solving common fractions with the help of a variety of manipulative's such as cardboard pizza slices or a fractions strips kit. They try to solve several fraction problems created by groups and one problem involving a...

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#### It's So Formulaic - Enrichment 21.7

Fifteen formulas for area, surface area, perimeter, circumference, and volume can be matched with descriptions of their uses: "the amount of soup inside a can," "the distance around a pizza," "the amount of air inside an ice cream cone,"...

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#### Compare and Contrast Review

Reinforce comparing and contrasting skills with this instructional activity. After reading a brief selection about a trip to Rome, elementary readers respond to five multiple choice questions that require them to compare and contrast. A...

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#### Feel the Rub

Cheesy scones, rock cakes, and scone-based pizza are featured in this exercise that focuses on shaping rubbed-in dough. The 13-page packet includes step-by-step directions, shopping and equipment lists, images, and worksheets.

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#### Learning Math With Food

Students explore the concept of equivalent fractions using pizza. Using overhead transparencies, they compare amounts of pizza they can eat and the equivalent proportions. Next, they draw a pizza with the proportion of slices called...

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#### Create Your Save and Rave Box

Second graders use empty pizza boxes and pattern blocks to create a Save and Rave Box, which is a 3-D portfolio.

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#### Miscellaneous Word Problems 40

In this miscellaneous worksheet, 5th graders complete multiple choice word problems about pizza, work hours, and more. Students complete 15 problems.

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#### Equivalent Fractions

Pupils describe importance of fractions in everyday life by identifying equivalent fractions and manipulating pizza pieces to show examples of equivalent fractions, and demonstrate knowledge of how whole can be divided into equal-sized...

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#### Editing

For this editing worksheet, students edit two pieces of writing by going through punctuation, spelling, and grammar for each one. Students edit a veggie pizza recipe and a passage about TV shows.

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#### Lesson Plan for Garbage Pizza

Students explore what types of garbage enter the landfill. In this physical science lesson plan, students explain the importance of recycling. They make a poster about reducing, reusing and recycling materials.

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#### Gross Domestic Pizza

Students explore major components of gross domestic product (GDP) and how it is determined; students create and compare GDP pie charts for the countries of Pepperonia and Anchovia.

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#### Pizza Garden

Students get involved in growing veggies so they may start eating them more!

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#### Pizza, Pizza

Fourth graders investigate the concept of fractions. A pizza is used as a metaphor and example of practice for students. They use the appropriate methods of dividing numbers from a whole and into the fractional parts. Then students...

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#### PIZZA PARTS

Learners will measure the ingredients to make pizza dough and determine basic fractions to cut pizza.Discuss where the different ingredients come from as you follow the instructions below to put the pizza together (flour from wheat,...

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#### Pizza Match: Enrichment

In this fraction division learning exercise, students complete a pizza matching game using a deck of cards that represent fractions. Students must match up the cards that represent fractions to equal a whole without the other team...

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#### Rhythm Pizza

Students make a real pizza and add rhythm toppings. They make sure that each piece of pizza has 4 beats. Each note show how many beats it receives underneath and each piece of pizza must have a number sentence verifying they have the...

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#### Nutrition and the Pizza Party

Learners participate in a quick overview of the food pyramid and some facts about nutrition in our foods. It culminates in a "Pizza Party," where students are presented with healthful ingredients for a mini-pizza, which they get to...

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#### Pizza Connect the Dots Numbers 1-14

In this connect the dots worksheet, students use the numbers 1-14 to outline a picture of a pizza and a cutter. They can color the picture.

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#### More Pizzas and Things

Students are introduced to the problem by playing a guessing game of "I am a number, which is half of 6 and 6, what am I?" They explain their answers and see if anyone else had an alternate solution checking for reasonableness.

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#### Pizzas And Things

First graders problem solve using the concepts of doubling and halving numbers as previews for finding multiples and working with fractions. They determine how to find half of a set of objects and work with sums up to 16. They work with...

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#### Fair-division

In this division worksheet, students complete word problems with division about pizza slices, jelly servings, percentages of cards, and more. Students complete 14 problems.

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#### Miscellaneous Word Problems 5

In this miscellaneous worksheet, 3rd graders complete multiple choice problems about pizzas, money, and more. Students complete 15 problems.

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#### Introduction to Fractions

Fourth graders make pizza. In this fractions lesson, 4th graders define fractions, learn about numerators and denominators, view different fractions, and make pizzas to practice making fractions.

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#### Be a Power Eater: Making a Healthy Pizza

Fourth graders explore what changes they can make to their diet to make themselves more healthy.

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#### There is No Such Thing as a Free Lunch - The Economic Lowdown

Imagine a pizza place offers your school free pizza for lunch. No strings attached, right? Not so, say economists. Using a video from the Fed, young scholars examine the meaning of concepts such as scarcity and opportunity cost to...

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#### A Simplified Model for Predicting Jupiter Radio Storms

Would you want to visit the pizza moon? Io is known as the pizza moon because of the multiple colors of the lava deposited over its surface. In the lesson, scholars practice a model for predicting Jupiter radio storms using the central...

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#### Using Bar Graphs

What's your favorite pizza topping? Scholars analyze two bar graphs, one depicting a math club's favorite pizza toppings and the other ice cream sales per flavor. As they examine the graphs, learners answer a few comprehension questions....

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#### Taste and Smell

According to scientists and based on research, you can smell fear and disgust. The narrator explains how humans smell, following the chemical scent of pizza from outside the nose, into the body, and its effects. To round out the 16th...

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#### Spelling Rule Exceptions for Plural Nouns: Words That End in X and Z

Pizzas is correct, not pizzaes. So why is sixes correct and not sixs? Sort out any grammar confusion with a instructional activity on pluralizing nouns that end in -z or -x.

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#### Plant a Pizza

Young scholars plant and maintain a garden. In this plant lesson, students are responsible for a class garden. Young scholars video the growing process. Students also record the growth results on a class chart.

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#### "So, What Do You Think?"

Take a stand! Even the most reluctant speakers find their voices if the topics are engaging. Use pictures, photos, or word prompts (I think pizza is the best lunch on the school menu. What do you think?) to stir responses. Encourage...

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#### Kelly's Kindergarten: P Words Sentences

Pretzels, and pizzas, and pigs...oh my! Pupils practice identifying words that begin with the letter P by cutting and pasting images of those words, and then writing the words out to the side.

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#### Chapter 2: The Economizing Problem

It doesn't take a lecture on economics to convince teenagers that one's wants often exceed one's means, but this presentation will hopefully help them to understand the discrepancy. Using an example of pizza and robot arms, the slides...

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#### Dietician/Nutritionist

Explore the difference between a dietician and a nutritionist and then examine how these professionals serve the community. A PowerPoint presentation and accompanying worksheet are provided to teach this career exploration material. A...

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#### Quarters

Set up youngsters for fraction success years down the road with this focus on quarters. They begin with examining five shapes that have been equally segmented into four parts. Using one example as reference, learners shade a quarter of...

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#### Subtraction Word Problems

Practice mental math using a instructional activity full of subtraction word problems! First graders subtract slices of pizza, books from a shelf, and balls that are buried by a dog. They write the answer to each problem in the space...

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#### How Do You Find the Radius of a Circle if You Know the Circumference?

So you know the circumference of a circle but not the radius. This tutorial shows you two different formulas commonly associated with circles, determines which formula to use, then puts the formula to work. You'll have no problem...