16 months -
2 1/2 years
|SPECIAL TOYS & GAMES
||Make Paper Plate Pizzas: "Paint" a paper plate with red paint and sprinke with cornmeal (cheese), onion flakes, parsley and oregeno.
||Pizza Box Toss: Toss beanbags into a Pizza box.
"God would keep his promise." Hebrews 11:11
The Holy Spirit Comes
Sign Language: Cheese
Pat a cake, pat a cake, Pizza Man.
Make me a pizza as fast as you can!
Roll it and toss it and sprinkle it with cheese.
And don't forget 5 pepperonis ,please !!
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Flash Cards and/or Felt Shapes:
Letters: O, P
||Make English Muffin Pizzas
||Make cardboard pizzas: Small, Medium, and Large. Talk about the different in sizes and explore sizes of other objects.
||Teach all or some of this Pentecost lesson and activities.
||Make a Windsock from construction paper, decorate with bingo dabbers, staple the paper into a tube, hang crep paper streamers on the end of the windsock. Talk about how the Holy Spirit came down like the wind.
||Read Pizza for Breakfast.
|If You Want To Eat Some Pizza
Tune: If You're Happy and You Know It
If you want to eat some pizza, clap your hands, (2X)
If you like bubbly cheese ,then just say "Pizza, please!"
If you want to eat some pizza, clap your hands.
||Pizza Collage: Provide pre-cut pictures of pizzas from ads. Glue on paper plates or construction paper.
||Pizzaria: Provide aprons, cooks hats, plastic pizza wheel, napkins, plates, pizza pans & boxes, etc.|
|SNACKS & ALTERNATE ACTIVITIES|
Sprinkle grated cheese on a tortilla. Cover with a tablespoon of sauce. Add other toppings if desired. Sprinkle with more cheese and cover with the other tortilla. Microwave on high for 1.5 minutes. Cut into wedges.
|Make Wind Chimes. Talk about how you can't see Jesus, but you know he's there, just like you can't see the wind, but you know it's there.
||I Wish I Were a Pepperoni Pizza
Tune: The Oscar Mayer Theme Song
Oh, I wish I were a pepperoni pizza,
That is what I'd truly like to be.
For if I were a pepperoni pizza,
Everyone would be in love with me!
|Cut out pizza topping shapes from cardboard. Have the children stand back and throw shapes onto a pizza pan.