The Kidspot website is great for stuff like this – lots of suggestions that are quick and easy enough for the kids to help out with. I particularly like making this recipe with my kids; it’s quick, only has four ingredients and makes four separate pizza bases. You just mix 800gms of flour in a bowl with a sachet of dried yeast and a big pinch of salt, and then stir in 500mls of warm water to form a dough. Sprinkle some extra flour on a chopping board (can do this straight onto the bench but I found it easier to clean up afterwards if you use the board), put your dough on the floured section and knead it for 5-10 minutes (this basically just means push the outsides towards the middle with your knuckles, turn over and repeat).You’ll know when it’s been kneaded enough, the dough starts to look smooth. Smear some oil inside a bowl, put the ball of dough inside and then cover with plastic wrap and a tea towel and then leave it somewhere warm (my step-mothers trick is to fill a sink with warm water and then float the bowl in it). After about 2 hours the dough will be twice the size it was in the beginning (thanks to the yeast) and you can put it back on a floured surface and cut it into four equal portions. The recipe then recommends rolling each portion into a ball and covering with the tea towel for another 20 minutes, but I have found you can skip this step if you’re pressed for time. At this point you just roll each portion out into a pizza base size, top with whatever toppings you want and cook in a preheated oven (220°C) for about 20 minutes (crust will go golden when it is done).