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On March 14 (3/14), 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 3.14. That is why Pi Day is celebrated on March 14 (3/14).
Normally, mat

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What a great way to celebrate Pi Day.. with puzzles that focus on the amazing value Pi!
This resource includes 5 different puzzles, one for each day of the week that includes March 14, 3/14, Pi Day:
It’s All About the Number- Pi Sudoku
Pi Word Search
Logic with Pi (2 versions; one easy and one cha

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Your students will love this Pi Day poster activity! It's perfect to use on March 14th, Annual Pi Day. Let your students express themselves using this 8.5 x 11 Pi Day poster. This poster will look great hanging outside your classroom as the day approaches, and parents will enjoy reading them when

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PI DAY HAT CRAFTIVITY: PI DAY HAT TEMPLATES
Kids will love wearing this hat on Pi Day! This resource contains a cute hat template, both in color and bw. Simply print and go! Children can look at the colored template to color their own hat.
Cut out and staple the strap from one side. Place ar

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Pi Day activities and craft for K-6 to celebrate Pi Day in Elementary. This BUNDLE packet includes items that you can pick and choose to use, depending on the level of your students and how in-depth you want to get.
Kindergarten Teachers Yes, you can use the craft, crown, KWL, posters, writing she

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Once a year, on March 14th, comes Pi day = 3.14, and students celebrate by baking pies and bringing them to school. Get your kids ready for more fun on Pi Day when they solve this engaging logic puzzle made for this special holiday in March. Students will shift through through the clues to determine

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Pi day is celebrated every year on March 14th (3.14) which showcases the first three digits of Pi. You can even eat pie at 1:59 in the afternoon to get a few more digits (3.14159).
Pi is the ratio of a circles circumference to its diameter and is useful in many geometric relationships. While Pi doe

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Teach and review area and circumference of circles with this fun bundle that contains activities, worksheets, and even a bingo game! Great Pi Day activities for your middle school math classes or any-day activities!
This download contains everything you need to meet Common Core Standard 7.G.4!
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This FREE download contains 5 fun pie-themed Pi Day word problems that require students to find circumference and area!
Have your students practice critical thinking as well as circumference and area in the context of fun, Pi-Day themed problems!
The 5 pages of this product include:
- cover page

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Also included in: Area and Circumference of Circles (& More!): A Circle Bundle

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Pi Day is March 14 - You know 3.14!
It's also my favorite day of the year!
Geometry is an important math concept for middle school students. Pi Day is a fun and memorable way to kick off your geometry unit. I have designed this project to include activities that address many of Gardner’s Learni

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Pi Day is 3.14 (March 14th)! Have some hands-on math and art fun and explore pi in March, or use whenever you are learning about circles!
Looking for Pi Day activities for upper grades? Head over to Pi Day Pack!
Contents
• What is Pi? (2 pages)
• Hands-On Pi Experiment with Recording Sheet (2 pag

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Perfect for Pi Day!!
Use these task cards as a fun way for students to practice finding the area and circumference (perimeter) of a circle. A total of 24 task cards are included in this product. Three posters to hang in your classroom as reference posters are included along with a Student Answer

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Celebrate Pi Day (3.14) with this fun PowerPoint activity and classroom decorations. This PowerPoint presentation will help you structure your class period to include many ways to celebrate Pi Day with (or without) pie. It includes a fun memorization challenge, cool facts about pi, what a pi-ku is,

This is a project I use every year in my classes, and it is always a hit. The project is done entirely outside of class.
Students must complete 2 of the 6 projects listed on the document included. Both projects are worth 50 points, making the project worth 100 points. I typically make this a quiz g

Pizza Pie + Pi Day + Students = Pizza Math Lab
This is a fun activity where students solve for circumference and area of circles using pi (3.14) and various size pizza pies. The lab has pictures of pizzas with different diameters and cut into slices. Problem solving skills are used when students mu

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2015 will be a legendary Pi Day at 3/14/15 at 9:23:53!
Celebrate with your students with activities built around this fun day!
This packet includes:
Building a Pizza Pi -- A foldable-like activity where students learn facts about pi.
A Pi Banner -- Giving each student a digit to create as long of

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Is your school celebrating Pi Day? Are you a K-1 teacher who is wondering how in the world you are going to party with that rascally 3.14 when you teach primary? After encountering the same conundrum, I created this set of printables to help me and my own first grade team. There's not much out there

Anyday is great for pie, but especially on 3.14! You can celebrate Pi, the irrational number, with your students using this lesson to teach circumference and surface area of a circle, or in this case PIE!
This kit includes: Instructional sheet for teaching with formulas for circumference and ar

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Do you plan to have pie on Pi Day with your students? Here is the letter I send home with students to ask parents to send in pies. On March 14th, we measure the pies to find area and circumference before eating them to celebrate Pi Day, Pi Day is a fun way to help students remember 3.14.

Pi Day (March 14) is approaching! Are you looking for a quick practice sheet for some math skills? This set will do it! My math sets were invented to fill a need that you might also have! What if your students are completing a STEM challenge, or language project, or science experiment and one group

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Students practice graphing on a coordinate plane with reflection over an axis while exploring the fun coincidence that 3.14 reflects to spell the word PIE. This fun activity is a fun way to celebrate Pi Day, or just a fun puzzle for students to solve while practicing mathematical skills!
Note: My pr

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Welcome to the Pi Day Spectacular!
My students love celebrating Pi Day. Best of all, they never see it coming...calculating everything from Diameter, Radius, Circumference, Area and Volume of a Cylinder and under the ruse of fun!
Pi Day is often celebrated on March 14 (3/14 or 3.14, you know like

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Cracker Pi is both a science lesson and a math lesson for 5th and 6th grade. It is modified to meet the needs of special education students. For the science part of the lesson, students follow a recipe that creates a pie with the taste of apples from the reaction of cream of tartar, sugar, and lem

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Celebrate Pi Day with these fun, no-prep activities that focus on the number (and its homophone) in a variety of ways that will engage and educate your elementary, middle, and even high school students.
Activities in this resource:Activities in this resource:
Agamograph: This engaging art project

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