This Cardboard Pizza craft is super easy to do and has the ability to entertain your children while you cook dinner! I had all of this stuff around my house and chances are that you do too.
First I cut two triangles out of the cardboard (Kix) box. Then we used our brown paper bag (leftover from a Sunday paper) and wrapped the cardboard making sure that the entire triangle was brown.
Then we rolled up some of the packaging paper to form a pizza crust and glued that on to our brown triangle. We put a hardback book on top to help squish it down when it dried.
Out of construction paper we cut pepperoni, pineapple, peppers, onions, and olives. My three-year-old enjoyed cutting the pineapples, onions, and peppers since all she had to do was cut the strips I made for her.
A few days later while I was making dinner the girls sat at the table and made their pizzas. I didn’t need to help them at all. Each girl had her pizza, a pile of toppings, and some glue. We have had a lot of pretend picnics with our pizza already!