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Free Pizza Printables for Preschool!

Check out a 10-pack of awesome Free Pizza Printables for Preschool, plus a build-your-own pizza template with printable pizza toppings! These pizza worksheets aim to build fine motor skills, boost creativity, and build pizza vocabulary! Learn words for pizza toppings like: mushroom, pepperoni, basil, pepper, olive, cheese, even pineapple. Did you know that February 9th is National Pizza Day? Use these worksheets to celebrate the big day, or when your class has a pizza party!

Free Pizza Printables for Preschool
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Pizza Printables!

First, count numbers 1-5 in the Pizza Number Counting Worksheet. Cut out the number at the bottom of the page and glue each number to its matching row. Next, use a marker or crayon to trace numbers 1-10 in the Pizza Number Tracing Worksheet. Finally, practice tracing skills and letter identification in the P is for Pizza Tracing Sheet. Trace it, circle it, color it. Check out the Watermelon Worksheet Pack for another great food theme!

Numbers 1-5 Pizza Counting Worksheet, Free Pizza Printables for Preschool
Trace Numbers 1-10 Pizza Sheet, Free Pizza Printables for Preschool
Letter P Tracing Sheet, Free Pizza Printables for Preschool

Printable Pizza Toppings!

Have fun with your favorite Dot Dot colors in the Pizza Dot Dot Page. Next, have fun with a Pizza Theme Color Sorting Worksheet. Cut out the red, yellow, and green peppers at the bottom of the page, then glue each pepper into its matching column. Finally, match numbers 1-5 in the Pepperoni Number Matching Worksheet. These cut & paste pizza worksheets are great for building fine motor skills! Check out Apple Worksheets for Preschool for another fun food theme!

Pizza Dot Dot Page
Pizza Pepper Color Sorting Worksheet
Numbers 1-5 Pepperoni Match

Pizza Activities for Preschool!

Break out the markers and crayons for your Pizza Coloring Page! Be sure to tal about the vegetables you see on the pizza. Next, use a Dot Dot marker to identify all the letter P’s in the Letter P Identification Worksheet. To build pincher strength, use small stickers. Peel and stick one sticker onto each letter P. This is great for building hand strength. Finally, put together your Pizza Puzzle! Discover the answer to the question, “Who is at the pizza party?” Spoiler alert… it’s a panda!

Pizza Coloring Page
Letter P Dot Dot Page, Free Pizza Printables for Preschool
Pizza Puzzle, Free Pizza Printables for Preschool

Pizza Theme

Pizza Craft for Preschool

The fun isn’t over! Check out this exciting printable pizza craft! Print your pizza toppings including: basil, pepperoni, olives, green peppers, mushrooms, pineapple, and shredded cheese. Print your pages onto cardstock paper for the best results. All you need is a glue stick and a pair of scissors and you can get crafting!

Free Pizza Printables for Preschool

Pizza Toppings!

Printable Pizza Toppings, Free Pizza Printables for Preschool

Print your Slice!

Pizza Slice Template


Personal Pizza Template

Pizza Books for Preschool

Come celebrate pizza by picking up a good book! Reading with your little ones is a great way to build vocabulary skills, build a social connection, and discover potential interests! Read “Secret Pizza Party”, “Lorenzo The Pizza-Loving Lobster”, and “A Pizza With Everything On It”. These books are sure to be a hit with your little ones!

"Secret Pizza Party"
"Lorenzo The Pizza-Loving Lobster"
"A Pizza with Everything on it"

Pizza Activities for Preschool

Check out some great ways to celebrate the delicious pizza! When you incorporate activities, printables, and games into a pizza lesson plan, your little ones will get a well-rounded understanding of vocabulary, process, and taste!

Obviously, the best way to celebrate pizza is to make it yourself! Check out a simple recipe from Thursday Night Pizza. They have some great tips on the best way to make pizza with your little ones. Giving them the chance to make their own pizza face will be a huge hit! Not only is making pizza delicious, but it also encourages a love of reading through recipes and builds fine motor skills.

One of my favorite pizza activities is decorating your own pizza box! Check out Four to Love to see everything you need to have a successful pizza party! Decorating a pizza box is a great way to get creative and have a party favor to take home. You can use markers, crayons, glitter, pom poms, or whatever creative supplies you like best!

Check out this great pizza math activity to teach counting in a fun way. Print your free pizza printable from Mindy Makes. This activity is great for having your little ones count pepperoni! Have them match the number of pepperoni to the number on each slice from the printable.

Fun Pizza Recipe
Pizza Party Supplies
Pizza Counting Activity

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We hope you enjoyed these Free Pizza Printables for Preschool! Be sure to check out all of our Themed Worksheet Packs. Head to the entire Preschool Printable Library for tons of fun and learning!

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