Let’s give these kiddos what they love, shall we? These pizza books for little learners will do just that. The fun thing about pizza is that you can make it however you want. Whether your little learners choose cheese only, or maybe they have to have some pepperoni on their pizza pie!
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Pizza Books for Little Learners
Sally’s pizza shop makes her pizza creations with ingredients she buys from around town. Her sauce is made from the tomatoes that are grown in the community garden, the flour for the dough is bought at the mill. Sally makes the best pizza in town!
Pete is not in a good mood so to help turn his attitude around, he pretends to be a pizza. How clever! A fantastic way to give your little learners a way to handle a bad day and it’s super fun to act out too!
Are dinosaurs rude? Do they eat their veggies? You can find out by reading this fantastic book that has the best answers to all of your dinosaur questions. I LOVE using this book to review Green and Red Choices.
Time to learn about bread! From growing wheat to the oven, this book shows you how bread is made! The photographs are so amazing you’ll be able to smell the bread baking by the end of the story.
This pizza book features a lobster, Lorenzo. After he discovers pizza on the beach and it becomes his most favorite food of all, he tries to make pizza with a friend. The only problem is that he doesn’t know how to make a pizza. Maybe your little learners can help him out.
A crisp green salad is a perfect addition to any pizza. Get your little learners to agree by reading this book that names veggies and fruits from A to Z.
When a pizza is delivered, usually the pizza man brings the warm creation. But what if a pizza kitty delivers the pie? This silly story is full of laughs.
Baby bear LOVES pizza! He loves it so much that he even dreams about it at night. Who wouldn’t?!? After all, pizza is the best.
It’s pizza day! And that means pizza is going to be made. When cooking pizza at home you can use herbs from the garden. You will also have a parent to help make a pizza pie.
While we are all busy smelling this wonderful pizza, let’s take advantage and teach little learners about the five senses of the body. See if they can name senses associated with making a pizza.
Bread from around the world is pictured in this storybook. It points out all of the textures, colors, and shapes that you will find on loaves of bread.
This classic story has a pizza twist! But it doesn’t stop there… the ending has a twist as well I think every reader will enjoy.
If you don’t have this classic story in your library yet, it is a must! Especially with the version of the story above, little learners need to need to know where it all started! It also teaches the important of helping others and teamwork too.
Racoon’s favorite food is pizza, but he can’t eat any of it because he keeps on getting chased away with a broom! He comes up with a plan to have a secret pizza party so he can finally enjoy his favorite meal. Make sure your little learners keep his secret!
It’s time for a pizza party! Let’s join in on all of the fun with this book that shows readers how to make the best pizza every, exactly how they like it.
Fractions are as easy as pie. Pizza pie that is! When a brother and a sister want to split one whole pizza, fractions come into play! What a great way to start learning about fractions.
Tasting is one of the 5 senses used to enjoy yummy pizza. This book explores that sense even more with some delicious food as well as the sweet and sour!
Teach little learners all about tomatoes and how they grow. Without tomatoes, we would be without the delicious pizza sauce!
There is a problem with pizza orders when nothing adds up. But when Cat learns how to cut a pizza pie in half, everything changes!
The perfect pizza includes having the perfect ingredients along with the perfect crust. With this book, you can use those perfect pizza toppings to practice counting numbers!
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