Time for a Pizza party with these tempting Pizza Crafts for Kids! With Pizza Party Day on 20th May, we’re ready to have some pizza fun!
In modern days, when we talk about paying someone, it’s usually in terms of money. However, in the olden days, we didn’t have money, so other objects were used. Yes, people paid in cattle and gold, but then there are legends who paid in pizzas!
It is believed that pizza has a lot in common with pita, which was called pitta earlier. Isn’t it fascinating to see how food travels across countries? Especially when you’re tracing the route of something you enjoy eating!
With May 20th being National Pizza Party Day, it seems appropriate to celebrate pizza and everything it stands for – gathering with friends and family, celebrating small wins, and sharing love with food. So place that order for your favorite pizza and while you wait for it to arrive, keep yourselves busy with some delicious-looking pizza crafts for kids!
15 Positively Tempting Pizza Crafts for Kids
This project from Super Simple is great for young kids, especially if parents or older siblings handle the cutting parts. They’ll enjoy playing with the toppings and decorating the base with them.
If you’ve got family members who are really picky about the toppings on their pizza, then this is the perfect craft for you! There are a lot of toppings to choose from – onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, olives, pepperoni, pineapple and of course, cheese!
It may seem like you need something in a circle shape to make pizza crafts, but this project from Glued to My Crafts proves that even straight sticks can be used to make pizza – or at least a pizza slice!
This is probably the easiest way to make a paper pizza – with a free printable from Mrs. Merry! A great deal of toppings are available in the printable, and little kids can have fun counting the number of each one, and identifying the various colors too.
How can we not include a pizza party hat in this list of pizza crafts – after all, we are celebrating National Pizza Party Day! Don’t worry if you can’t find ready made hats for this purpose, Spot of Tea Designs has the perfect DIY that’s better than anything that comes from a store!
We are in love with these absolutely adorable pizza bookmarks from DIY Inspired! They’ll also make great gifts for a friend who loves books and pizza with equal fervor! However, beware; reading may now bring about cravings!
Putting pineapple on your pizza is a controversial matter, so we’ll not go there! However, pepperoni seems to be a popular choice, and that’s exactly the sentiment that Crafty Morning celebrates in this cute project with a paper plate!
So we’ve seen lots of pizza crafts that involve making pizzas – but what about the box? Ah, we’ve got that covered too, with this cute mini box craft from 10 Minutes of Quality Time! This would make a great box to put in little trinkets or candy as a return gift for a pizza party.
Need a fun game for your pizza party? Well if you don’t have too many guests, this roll and top game from More Excellent Me is ideal. It’s a fun game that comes with free printables that you can print and cut out.
Remember those cheese stuffed crust pizzas that were all the rage once? Yes, they’re still available in many places, but they were a huge hit when launched. Krokotak relives that excitement with a rolled crust pizza of their own, made of paper!
If you are looking for pizza crafts you can use in pretend play – check out this paper pizza from Handmade Charlotte! We love how realistic the details on this paper pizza, including the basil leaves and the finely shredded cheese!
Need pizza crafts for a friend who would die for pizza? Well, you can buy whatever you like, but you should certainly gift it in this adorable pizza gift box from Pink Stripey Socks! It’s pretty spacious and will hold quite a bit!
Pizza crafts are also great tools for learning, and this letter matching project from Tot Schooling is proof! They kindly offer a free printable that you can download, print and cut, and then get your little one to try matching the letters.
You can’t have a party without party favors, and that applies to a pizza party as well! The Pretty Life Girls have got the perfect idea too, in the form of these cute little felt pizzas. It’s quite possible that seeing this will trigger more cravings for pizza – even after a pizza party!
If your little champ is struggling with fractions, we can’t think of a better way to learn than with pizza crafts! Check out this one from Nurture Store for example; it beautifully puts across the concept of parts and fractions in a very visual manner.
I think you’ve got enough pizza crafts to set up a pizza party of your very own, so send out those invites now! Get them to RSVP with their favorite toppings, it should be fun! Once everyone’s arrived, have a fun game about pizza trivia – if you need help, we’ve got some tips to get you started below:
- Pizza is extremely popular in the U.S. – they eat approximately 100 acres of pizza every day
- The most popular pizza crust is thin crust
- Most people prefer eating pizza on Saturday
- Pepperoni is the most preferred pizza topping
- It was World War II which popularized the pizza
- The original pizzas were rectangular or square