The pizza base is not very crispy, it tastes like cardboard. Also on the ingredients (the tomato and the cheese) you are also chewing... This pizza is not recommended! Mááár you can make a simple puzzle out of it, for the children who are still learning to count. Make different pizzas with different numbers of pizza points, e.g. from 8, 10 and 12 points. Do you like mushrooms on your pizza? Or rather tuna, salami or onions? Make your own favorites pizza, just from colored paper and a paper plate.
The puzzle can be stored in a clean pizza box, so that the puzzle can be used more often. An even more fun idea is to let the toddlers invest their own pizza themselves, paste it and cut it into pieces and put the numbers on it. A pizza puzzle for home!
Color the pizza base with wax crayons, e.g. Crayola crayons. A brown crust, and tomato sauce in the middle. Then cut from colored paper the ingredients, such as tomatoes, salami, cheese, paprika, olives, bacon, onions, mushrooms, peppers, shrimp, tuna, ham, pineapple, etc. (Many, by the way, believe that pineapple should not be on a pizza!)
Fold your pizza as desired and stick all the delicacies well. If everything is firmly glued, you can measure the pieces with a ruler and have them cut out. A good calculation exercise for the slightly larger children!