Once assembled your students will love that they will be able to see the Pi symbol and Albert Einstein! Lines up perfectly with numbered pages, dashed guidelines for cutting, and engaging enough to cover Pi Day without a lot of time to dedicate to it.
Requires 8.5 by 11 paper
total of 4 pages
Dotted lines to cut along that will guide you
What is Pi? And what is Pi Day?
Pi Writing Prompt
Find the circumference (4) questions
**Math, Science, CCSS ELA Reading Informational Text, Language and Writing**
For Differentiated Instruction: Give students alternative ways of exploring and expressing key ideas.
--allow students to work independently or collaboratively. As the teacher...YOU choose!
--Gives credit for artistic/creative expression, written responses, and effort.
--Great for a choice or alternative assignment
With Early Finishers
--Many students develop more positive on-task behavior by attempting an assignment of their choice.
Display in your classroom on the wall...better yet, hang them in the hall in a showcase!
Have the assessment due on Pi Day which is March 14th.
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