t the pizzeria students can sit down at a table and make an order, act as a waiter or waitress, or simply build custom pizzas from the pieces they have here. There are many ways this is helpful to the students. It works to improve communication skills and work on memory and accuracy, but the most unique lessons students are taught here is how math is incorporated. Everyone loves pizza, but no one loves fractions in math. However, suddenly when these fractions turn into how much pizza you are ordering, students are well aware that they want ¼ of a pizza not a 1/12. This intuitive way to teach important math skills in non-traditional ways is just one of the ways Kids Like Us makes learning fun for their special needs students.