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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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#### 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 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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#### 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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#### 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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#### 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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#### 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 Box Projects

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

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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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#### 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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#### "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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#### 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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#### 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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#### 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 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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#### 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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#### 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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#### 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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#### What Does the Sun Give Us?

Pupils study the sun and how solar energy works. To learn about renewable energy, they complete a lab activity using a pizza box as a solar heater. Quite clever!

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#### Comparing Fractions with Like Numerators or Denominators

There are five fraction models here and each has a corresponding numeric fraction it represents. Scholars use the models to better comprehend fractions as they match each to its correct numeric form. Although all of these fractions could...

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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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#### 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 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...