New Years Eve Pizza
Schools are closed this week and little ones are home for
the holidays! Today's post includes some new ideas to keep them occupied as
well as some flashbacks to posts from the past!
If you're staying in for New Years Eve this year with your
little ones, why not plan out a fun, kid-friendly dinner that they can both
help you make and will love to eat? Here is an easy and really yummy way to do
You will need:
- Marinara sauce
- Seasonings (I prefer
garlic, basil and oregano)
- Olive oil
Delicious Tip: I like to visit my favorite local pizza place
to purchase fresh dough. Most pizza places will gladly sell a dough ball or two
for about $1.00 each.
out the dough to fit the pan (let your little ones help you roll it out!)
on the sauce of your choosing and a few tablespoons of extra virgin olive
oil and use a spoon to spread both evenly across the dough
with cheeses you prefer -- I love freshly grated parmesan and fresh
the top with seasonings and any toppings you and your kiddies prefer!
in the oven at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes. Turn on the oven light so
your little ones can watch it bake! Enjoy!
Holiday and New Years Eve Post Flashbacks:
Speech and Language Activities This is a post I wrote exactly one year
ago chock full of fun memories to make with your little ones. Ideas
include making homemade items such as play dough, music, a collage and
thank you cards for all those beautiful holiday gifts.
Speech While at Home for the Holidays This is a post I wrote back in
2008 which suggests ideas for ways parents can stimulate speech while they
are home with their child; especially if there is a lapse in the child's
speech services because of school and program breaks.
Years Eve Treats for Tots This is a post I wrote on New Year's Eve,
2010. It is filled with some really great ideas and website links to
festive recipes with everything from popcorn balls to yummy flapjacks to
help you ring in both the Eve and New Years morning with your little ones.