Did you know that Albert Einstein was born on National Pi (π) Day? March 14 is 3/14 numerically, like Pi which is 3.14 when rounded off. This worksheet shows Einstein pondering some geometric calculations before tearing into a cheesy treat at his birthday party. The example of the pizza pie is used as a fun real life visual basis to solve geometry problems dealing with circumference, area, radius and diameter. The last couple of questions are a little more advanced- for lower grade levels, there is the option to offer these as extra credit. The drawing of Einstein and the pizza is my own artwork.
...If you want to give it even more impact, you could coordinate this worksheet with an actual pizza party when it is time to celebrate something with your kids!
Includes worksheet in color and black and white, answer key, and formula and term description sheet. There is also a Boardmaker version of the worksheet included; this is in .bm format though, and you need to have a copy of Boardmaker to open the .bm files.