Pi Day is 100 Digits of Pi: Graphing the Frequency page) Pi Coloring Page page) Pi Day Card with a game versions) Answer Key page) Credits page) Looking for more Pi Day activities for your elementary students? Head over to Pi Day Fun!

Pi Day CAN be celebrated even if your students don't learn about pi! As a fifth grade teacher, I often thought I couldn't celebrate pi day because it is for "older students." This product has 2 activities that your students CAN DO---coordinate grid and choosing greater than or less than to solve a mystery statement---on Pi Day!

Pi Day is 3.14 (March 14th)! Have some hands-on fun and explore pi during the week of March 8th, or use whenever you are learning about circles! This resource was a BEST SELLER in 2014, and updated in 2015. <strong>Contents</strong> • What is Pi? (2 pages) • Hands-On Pi Experiment with Recording Sheet (2 pages) • Pi Day Fun Facts (1 page) • Pi Day Color and Cut (2 pages) • The Symbol Pi (1 page) • Mystery Spiral (1 page) • Digits of Pi (3 pages) • Pi Day Art (1 page) • Pi Day Dot Chain…

Pi Day Musical Chairs is a game similar to musical chairs. It involves music and Pi Day math! There are 32 cards with problems involving area of a circle and circumference and other questions pertaining to circles (area, circumference, radius, diameter). Place seats in a circle, put the cards on each seat, and add some music. Practicing math in an entertaining way! <strong>Included in <a href="https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Pi-Day-Bundle-1667800">Pi Day Bundle</a> Other Pi Day…

Pi Day Fun Activity will let you celebrate Pi Day this March with little effort and everything already prepared. You get 20 activities to help you and your class explore circles and the magical ratio of pi. Choose from Pi Day Buffet, Fun with Circles Word Search, Solving Circles Crossword, The Great Paper Chain Race, Pi Day Quilts, Exploring Circumference & Radius, Moebius Strips, Testing Buffon’s Needle, Pi Web Quest, Exploring the Magical Ratio, Circles & Parallelograms & more

On March 14 Pi Day is celebrated around the world. Pi is a Greek letter that is used to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. To make things simpler, that number is rounded to That is why Pi Day is celebrated on March 14