A fun Pi Day challenge for students in upper elementary, middle school, or high school grades. Students must measure the circumference and diameter of their circle, divide, and see who can get the closest to pi!
Celebrate Pi Day with Learning Activities. Even if you or your kids aren’t self-described math geeks, with these hands-on activities, you can still have fun honoring this constant ratio between a circle’s circumference and its diameter.
Today is Pi Day, for obvious reasons. Pi is a Greek letter representing the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, a mathematical constant. If a circle's diameter is one, its circumference is approximately Happy Pi day.
The Pi Episode: Math Bites with Danica McKellar. This would be a great video to show on Pi Day, March It is about 6 minutes long and entertaining and it also stars Winnie Cooper (I mean Danica McKellar).