While on a field trip last year to the Phoenix Children's Museum, we came across the "cafe". A play area filled with little people sized kitchen's, including a brick oven with pizza making supplies. I absolutely had to have some in our classroom! So, here is our rendition of their pizza:
1. Start with a canvas type material, batting and for the appearance of a 'golden crust', tea stain. I had a mom volunteer to sew the pizza crusts together.
2. Next, gather all different types of scrap materials. Parents are good resources, asking fabric stores for donations or if your lucky like me, a place like Treasures 4 Teachers will have a plethora of fabric. Cut the fabric into small pieces. We cut circles, strips, triangles, squares and squiggly shapes for the pizza toppings. Viola! Pizza!