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Here's a very cool and 3-D way of looking at a multiplication table.

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Who said math wasn't fun?

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A fun rhyme for remembering mean, median, and mode.

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Introducing variables with pictures. Great way to make algebraic thinking more concrete.

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Check out these Common Core aligned resources for math middle school teachers.

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Great article from TeachThought about a very useful website (Numberphile) for students that think they hate math.

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Fraction hopscotch. Very cool!

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Five Great Ways to Celebrate Pi Day from the U.S. Department of Education.

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Under this image of a pie, lies a fun Glogster activity for Pi Day.

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OCTOPI! Just one more a little bit of Pi Day humor. :)

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Good article with tips on how to recognize and alleviate math anxiety in young students

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A fun tongue-in-cheek critique of Pi day, as it relates to the Common Core. Bonus: It has some useful lesson plans for grades 5-12.

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Learn about the history, geometry of pi and more at piday.org

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Eye On Education shares easy as "pi" ideas for celebrating Pi Day.

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Without the Exploratorium, we might never have had an official Pi Day celebration. In 1988 Exploratorium physicist Larry Shaw started the tradition, and it was finally recognized by Congress in 2009. The Exploratorium highlights some great hands-on activities, and there is also a great list of Pi-related links.

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TeachPi hosts a trove of Pi Day resources, featuring fun classroom activities, Pi Day-inspired music, and other fun learning ideas. There's plenty here to keep students engaged, and learning, on March 14.

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Avoision shares interesting information about the history of Pi, as well as a link to a Web application that allows students to explore Pi through music.

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Scientific American dug deep into the history of Pi in this article, offering an insightful look at the origins of the mathematical constant.

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There are plenty of great resources here from NCTM. Along with fun activities, there's also an Illuminations lesson plans section with some great standards-based lesson plans for educators.

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Pi Day lesson plans and classroom ideas for all grade levels are covered in this post from Education World. There's also a great list of outside links, as well as some interesting ideas for Pi Day art projects.

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Pi Land. A list of creative Pi Day activities and quotes to get those math minds bumping!

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Joy of Pi | Pi Links & Web pages come and go, but this site works to keep the list up to date. If you find a link that doesn't work, they encourage the reader to let them know.

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Awesome song about the circumference of a circle. Sing along with your class to celebrate Pi Day!

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Math humor and cartoons inspired by Pi Day

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