- Age Guideline: 3 Years and Up
- Time Required: 45 minutes (Does not include drying time)
The above age and time guidelines are estimates. This project can be modified to suit other ages and may take more or less time depending on your circumstances.
Cut a large circle out of the paper bag. This will be your 'pizza crust'. Start out by finding red objects in magazines (or you can use red construction paper). Tear or cut out the red objects (or construction paper shapes) and glue them on your 'pizza crust' to resemble the 'pizza sauce'. Don't cover the entire crust, you want to have the crust showing around the edge.
After you get all your red pieces glued on to make your 'pizza sauce', you want to find yellowish (or white) objects in the magazines (or use construction paper) and follow the same procedure to make the 'pizza cheese'.
Once you have the cheese glued on, you can decide what else you want on your pizza. For example, tear out round shapes from reddish objects to make pepperoni, tear out small, odd shapes from brown objects to make sausage, tear out green shapes to make green peppers, etc.
NOTE: Instead of using magazine pictures or construction paper, you can use scrap material, wallpaper samples, or anything else you can find laying around that are appropriate colors for your pizza toppings.