Primary Program PizzaThe last 3 years we have had a Primary Program Pizza Party the Friday or Saturday before our program. The children work so hard, so it’s nice to reward them with a little party. 🙂

But we don’t just give them a pizza party….we make them earn it.
Yep, we are so mean. 🙂

We really encourage the children to memorize their parts, so we don’t have to read it to them during the Program.
So, we came up with this idea to get them excited about memorizing them.This is our Program Pizza, I made it today for church tomorrow.

When the pizza is complete (like above), the children know that they will be getting a Pizza Party! Yeah!!

Here’s How to Make Your Own Primary Program Pizza!

I used construction paper to create my pizza this year. I first cut a large circle using a tan color (I used a large bowl to trace the circle).
Then I used a smaller bowl to trace a circle on red construction paper (this is for the sauce).
Then using a smaller bowl, I traced a circle on yellow paper (for cheese). I then drew a wavy pattern around the edge and cut it out.
I glued those all together and then cut out 8 slices.
On the left-over red paper I cut out 20 small circles for pepperoni. You could also do olives, bell peppers, mushrooms, etc.
I wanted simple, so I stopped with pepperoni. 🙂

And there you go…your very own Program Pizza.
What do you use to prepare for the Program?

We also play a game during practices to encourage reverence. I’ll share that tomorrow. 🙂

Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoy my Primary Program Pizza.
Have a great day!


3 thoughts on “Primary Program Pizza Party

  1. Mrs. Small House

    I was hoping someone had already done this!! We had this idea and have to to make it before church tomorrow (also busy writing parts out, shoulda delegated) so I’m so glad there is someone I can copy. Thank you!!


  2. et

    How do the kids earn the slices of pizza? Do you give them a slice for each practice where every child had their lines memorized? Do they earn a slice for each child that memorized their lines?
    Thanks for sharing


    1. littleldsideas Post author

      Hi et! I think for every child that had their part memorized we added a part to the pizza. We did pizza slices first, then added pepperoni. We wrote the children’s names on the back so we knew who had memorized their parts. We didn’t have enough pieces for each child in Primary, because we knew not everyone would memorize their part, but we tried to make enough pieces to encourage most of them to memorize it. We have also added pieces for songs that were sung well. You could do it several different ways, but that’s what we did. 🙂 Thanks for the comment.


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