Using a pizza shape, you can review many different basic preschool skills. Make a large circle that will be your pizza. You can even cover it with red paper or color it red to look like sauce. Then, if you are reviewing colors, provide a selection of different colored circles for your students. Have each student roll a die (getting in counting practice as well) and then give them a color. They can then choose that many circles of their color to top the pizza with. If you are working on letters or even shapes, you can provide copies of that letter or shape and follow the same process.
The students can make mini-pizzas for themselves for snack. Using English muffins, have each student top the muffin with pizza sauce and cheese. Then provide them with a variety of toppings. Bake at 350 for 10-15 minutes, until the cheese is bubbly.
I Wish I Were a Pepperoni Pizza (Sung to the Oscar Mayer theme song)
Oh, I wish I were a pepperoni pizza,
This is what I'd truly like to be.
For if I were a pepperoni pizza,
Then everyone would be in love with me.
*Repeat, and each time substitute a different topping.
Pizza Song (Sung to "If You're Happy and You Know it")
If you want to eat some pizza, raise your hand. If you want to eat some pizza, raise your hand.
If you like bubbly cheese, then just say "Pizza, please!" If you want to eat some pizza, raise your hand.