Wednesday, March 14, 2012

{FREE} Pizza Learning Pack

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What kid doesn't like Pizza? Here is a fun pizza preschool worksheets that teaches toddler, preschool, kindergarten, and 1st grade homeschoolers lots of great math and language arts skills as well as some nutritional ways of eating.  
FREE Pizza Worksheets for toddler, preschool, kindergarten, and 1st grade homeschoolers

Favorite Preschool Book - Pete's a Pizza

One of our favorite books is Pete’s a Pizza. It is a sweet story about a boy who can’t go out and play with his friends because it is raining. So his Dad gets creative and makes Pete into a pizza. He kneads him, throws him in the air, puts toppings on, and puts him in the couch “oven” to cook. It is sweet and silly. My kids just LOVE it! Minnie & I do something similar at bedtime, I make her into a burrito – similar to the book. It is such a special thing she looks forward to at night =)

FREE Pizza Worksheets for Kids 2-7 years old

This 40 pages {FREE} Pack is filled with learning fun for kids 2-7 years old. I think you will not only find a lot of classic pack activities, but a wide assortment of new fun/skills too!
  • Puzzle: Logic & Order (ages 2-5)
  • Colors (ages 2-5)
  • Making a P (ages 2-5)
  • Graphing (ages 2-7)
  • Pre-Writing Skills (ages 2-4)
  • Shadows / Shape Identification (ages 2-5)
  • Follow Directions (ages 2-5)
  • Which Ones are the Same? (ages 2-5)
  • Shapes / Colors / Number Recognition (ages 2-5)
  • Counting (ages 2-5)
  • Patterns (ages 2-5)
  • Size Sorting (ages 2-5)
  • Food Pyramid Cut & Paste(ages 2-7)
  • Word Stamp it (ages 4-7)
  • Dice Addition (ages 3-7)
  • Odd / Even (ages 4-7)
  • Clock Practice (ages 4-7)
  • Beginning Sound (ages 2-5)
  • Syllables (ages 2-5)
  • Greater than / Less Than (ages 4-7)
  • Counting by 2’s (ages 5-8)
  • Fraction GAME (ages 3-7)
  • Measuring with a Ruler (ages 3-7)
  • Where do the ingredients come from (ages 3-7)
  • Place: 1st, 2nd, 3rd (ages 3-7)
  • Story Comprehension: Picture & Writing (ages 4-7)
  • Addition 0-10 (ages 5-7)
  • Plural Words (ages 5-7)
  • Subtraction (ages 5-7)
  • Sentence Structure (ages 5-7)
  • Fractions (ages 5-7)
  • Writing Skills (ages 4-7)

Download FREE Pizza Worksheets  for Kids

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28 comments:

  1. The link for download doesn't seem to be working?

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  2. These are fantastic! I'll be using this in my special needs class, too.

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  4. Jamie- I clicked on the large graphic of the whole unit and it opened it in GoogleDocs. Then under "File" (Right under the title) there is the option "Download" and that worked just fine for me to have it end up as a PDF I could save. Hope that helps!

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  5. Wow! This is adorable! Thank you so much! My 4 yr old quadruplets will LOVE this!

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  6. Thanks everyone - you made my day taking the time to comment!! =-)

    Link works for me; maybe try again, I can see there are like 20+ people all viewing it at the same time =-)

    Beth

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  7. Thanks so much! This will be fun for my preschoolers!

    Mrs. Rogers Neighborhood Preschool
    Lake Elsinore

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  8. Perfect for fun with my 2 year old grandson. It is really fun to be a preschool (grand)mom, again. Even funner the second time around. I enjoy your blog!

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  9. This is great! THANKS! Love your work!

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  10. Thanks for doing these packs and sharing them freely. I'm sure they take a great deal of time. We're traveling soon and I'm going to pick and choose/mix and match a pack for each of the kids.
    Kelly at Little Wonders' Days
    www.littlewondersdays.blogspot.com

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  11. Yeah! A lot of the free packs are for older kids so I'm super excited to find one for preschoolers. We might do this all summer and then I don't have to plan anything!!!! My boys sure do love pizza. Thank you so much for making this for us.

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  12. Ps. I love that it's a google doc. Makes getting it so easy-- and then I won't "lose" it :)

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  13. This really looks like a wonderful unit.

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  14. What a great pack! I love that there's a little something for both of my older kids. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  15. WOW! You've gone to A LOT of work to create this! That's so great!

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  16. Awesome pack, Beth! My favorite part is the Pizza Fraction Fun! I featured your printable as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow

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  17. Hey Beth!! Another awesome pack. Just letting you know that I made some preschool printables...not as fabulous are yours :)... but I posted a link to your blog to direct my readers to more awesome printables. You can see it here if you'd like..

    http://www.mamamiasheart2heart.com/2012/03/preschool-circus-printables-free.html

    ~MiaB

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  18. Congrats! You were the #1 most clicked link on Homeschooling on the Cheap! this past week! This is such a fun unit and I really appreciate you sharing with my readers! You rock!

    Have a great week and the new linky is up and running!

    Kelli

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  19. @SusieQTpies

    Sorry! Here is the link: http://3boysandadog.com/deals/2012/homeschooling-on-the-cheap-march-22-2012

    lol have a great one!

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  20. thank you for this Pizza Pack. Pete's a Pizza is one of my Kindergarten kidlets favourite pizza books as well. Another one they like is Little Red Hen Makes a Pizza. Charlotte Diamond has a fabulous song called I am a PIzza on one of her cds. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2Zwvyhms8c
    Thanks again for sharing your hard work - my K kidlets will enjoy your learning pack.

    sandi
    rubber boots and elf shoes

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  21. Love the graphics. Love that you are so wonderful to give it to us free! Love that you are a wonderful person! Thank you a million hugs!,,Paula

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  22. These are great! Thanks! A couple of things, though, could you change Greatern Than to Greater Than, and Syllabuls to Syllables? Thanks so much :)

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  23. You are amazing!!! This pizza pack is wonderful. Thank you for sharing!

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  24. I am a new homeschooler to a four year old and a 19 mo old. I am just in awe at the generosity of other moms, just as your self. All I can say is just thank you thank you for all that you give to others for free. wow!

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  25. Thanks! This is perfect for my preschool group. Thanks for sharing your talents!

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  26. I really like the activities you have created and my own kids love the ones we have printed. I am a teacher too and I am wondering which software you use to design your activity sheets.

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