Thursday, November 10, 2011

Gettin' Crafty Post #6: Paper Pizzas

For an introduction to this new series of Gettin' Crafty posts, visit Post #1.

I. Supplies


Paper Pizza template (from Makingfriends.com)

Scissors

Glue Sticks

 Crayons
 
II. Prep 
Aside from printing the templates and making a sign indicating what the craft was for the day, there was no prep time involved in this craft aside from setting out the materials.

III. Instructions
For this one, the kids just color their pizza and toppings, cut them out, and glue the toppings to the pizza. I was surprised by how much they loved the concept, and saw kids from preschool through about second grade step in to participate. This craft could also be adapted for toddlers, if you print out the colored template, and cut the pieces out for them ahead of time.

Next time: Magnetic Poetry

6 Kids' Books About Acting


Starring First GradeStarring First Grade by Miriam Cohen
Jim rescues a classmate who gets stage fright.
Star Time (Zigzag Kids)Star Time by Patricia Reilly Giff
Two girls compete to be the star of their after school program's play performance.
Marty McGuire (Marty McGuire #1)Marty McGuire by Kate Messner
Marty, a tomboy, puts her own spin on her role as princess in The Frog Prince.
DixieDixie by Grace Gilman
Emma's puppy doesn't understand why she's so busy when she lands the role of Dorothy in the school play.
Castration CelebrationCastration Celebration by Jake Wizner
Disgusted with men, Olivia writes a play to exercise her frustrations. (Mature content - definitely best for older teens!)
Will Grayson, Will GraysonWill Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green & David Levithan
Tiny Cooper, a gay teen, writes a musical about his life while tangling with two Will Graysons.
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