# Pi Day Activities

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Students will love discovering what pi is all about with this circular object scavenger hunt! Not only is this activity perfect for pi day, but it is also a great way for your students to practice measuring diameter and circumference. Click here to save money and purchase this product as a part of ...

Looking for a fun way to get your kids excited about the number pi? This super simple Pi Day card game takes minutes to set up and is fun for all ages!

This Friday (3/14) is Pi Day! Pi is a mathematical constant referring to the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. It's an irrational number, which means that it goes on forever and never shows a repeating pattern. Every year it's celebrated on 3/14 because the first three digits of Pi are 3,1, and 4. Now if you're looking for an easy way to celebrate Pi day, we've got a great collection of Pi Day Inspired Activities. Today I'm sharing these nifty Pi Day Bracelets! What makes…

This fun and easy Pi Day Art Project will get your creativity flowing, and it's a fun way to build enthusiasm around Pi Day 2015 | TinkerLab.com

15 Fun Pi Day Activities For Kids on March 14 every year. #piday #pidaymath #pidayforkids

Collaboration for Pi Day is fun with this poster for your math teaching lessons. Teachers will receive 3 size options to use for this Pi Day writing activity poster. The Albert Einstein Pi Day image is original and you won't find it anywhere else. Albert Einstein appears to be very relaxed in his Pi...

Pi Day Crack the Code gives students practice solving for radius, diameter, circumference and area of a circle with 2 Crack the Code puzzles. These self-correcting puzzles offer built-in practice with rounding decimals. Teacher notes and answer keys are included.Also included, an interactive noteboo...

The text focuses not on the meaning of pi, but on the history and celebrations related to Pi Day. Pi Day Read and Respond can be used in three ways: 1.Assign student slides using Google Classroom. Students read text digitally and respond by typing answers on the response slides. You will not nee...

Students practice finding circumference, area, diameter, and radius given one circle measurement in this Pi Day coloring activity. 20 practice problems for students to calculate a circle measurement and then color the pi coloring sheet according to their answer. Included in this Product20 problems ...

This is a great activity where students graph points on a coordinate plane and it creates a picture of the Pi Symbol with Happy Pi Day at the bottom! The clever title of "Stop being so Irrational!" gives them a clue to what the picture will be. The points include ordered pairs from all four quadrant...

Celebrate National Pi Day with a Scavenger Hunt titled "In Search of Pi for my Pie" where students solve geometry problems focused on the circumference and area of a circle to find answers in terms of pi. As students progress through the Scavenger Hunt, they collect answers in terms of pi on each o...

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Psst! Looking for virtual Pi Day ideas this year? Check out the post Pi Day Virtual Activities: 3 (+ a little more) Easy Ideas for the Classroom or Online Learning Call me a nerd if you’d like, but I’ll unabashedly claim Pi Day as my absolute favorite holiday as a teacher! Obviously, I love the … Continue reading Pi Day Activities in 5th Grade

Pi Day Middle School Math Activities for Grades 6, 7, 8. Engage and review math skills integers, order of operations, Finding Circumference of a Circle, Finding Area of a Circle, Measurement with inches, Line Plots, Radius, Diameter, Parts of a Circle, Geometry, Graphing, Data, Statistics, Bar Graphs, and the number Pi.

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This activity is great for pi day or your circles unit! Students always love to color and it is self-checking. Click to view the blog post with more Pi Day and circle investigation activities.

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This entire pie was made using ZIPLOCK BAGS. completely classroom friendly. Students use math to calculate the measurements for an increased recipe by using repeated addition or multiplying fractions. Then they make a pie using their solutions. Students then reflect on their group and understanding. A free Pi Day extension is available for diameter circumference and radius and pi for Pie Day. THIS IS SO FUN