Target Audience

Activities are designed for
children ages 3-8

Rental Details
2,000 square feet of exhibit
space is recommended

Rental Fees
$10,000/month; shipping is
additional

Supporting Materials
Marketing and publicity materials,
educational materials and
installation guide are provided

Contact Information
Matt Walker at 
(402) 930-2343
or
mwalker@ocm.org

Learn the basics of math with an incredibly popular food…pizza! Pizza: Any Way You Slice It! encourages playful, open-ended exploration by focusing on three areas: making, delivering and eating pizza. Children are instantly drawn to this exhibit that informally teaches counting, sorting, measuring, gathering, matching, patterning, sequencing, role-playing and sharing.

Pizza Parlor
Get behind the counter, put on an apron and take orders on the phone with a number of engaging phone recordings.

Pizza Kitchen
Make pizzas with a wide variety of toppings, use recipes and measure toppings.

Delivery Spots
Make deliveries to three locations, complete with doors that open for receiving pizzas, perfect for role-playing.

Giant Pizza Couch
Get into this massive pizza and pile up yummy, super-sized toppings to make the perfect larger-than-life pizza.

Pizza Fact Fun
Discover fun pizza facts, including information on popular pizza toppings around the world and right here in the United States.

Slice It Up Table
Work on division with pizzas that divide into diferent fractional parts. Discover how fractions change by taking slices away or putting them together to make a whole.

Pizza Book Stop
Learn about pizza through a number of books on the subject.





 
The Schoolchildren's Blizzard

On January 12, 1888, a catastrophic blizzard caught the people of the Midwest by surprise. The Schoolchildren’s Blizzard exhibit ties poetry of The Blizzard Voices, written by former United States Poet Laureate Ted Kooser, to the blizzard of 1888 through art and history.

Exhibit and facilitated program available. For more information contact the Traveling Exhibit Coordinator at (402) 930-2343 or email mwalker@ocm.org.