As we talk about the music from different countries, the Kindergarten class also took the chance of doing things related to these different countries. We take our tummies to the country of Italy and decided to make our very own Pizza! 


Each child was able to make their own square Hawaiian Pizza. The class started by making their own pizza dough – from scratch! From preparing the ingredients to putting flour with the yeast, all of these they did excitedly.


Since waiting for the dough to rise takes a long time, a pre-made dough by the teachers were used by the children.

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Each child got the chance to spread the tomato sauce…




…spread the grated cheese… 


…put on the ham slices…


…and put on the pineapple tidbits on top.

The class then took the time for the pizza to cook and played outdoors. This was perfect because when they got back, not only where they tired and hungry from all the running and playing, the pizza was already done!

We enjoyed eating something we all knew we did from the very start. It was truly a pizza-rrific afternoon! We can’t wait for the next cooking activity!

Check out the rest of our photos here. 🙂


About Teacher Angelo

preschool teacher. adventurer. child at heart. loves to eat and taste different delicacies. would love to travel the world. optimist. dreamer. believer. "It just takes a simple smile to make things easier." :)

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