Celebrate Pi Day in your fourth, fifth, or sixth grade class with these Pi Day circles, polygons, and 2D figures activities. An original comic book explores the differences between polygons and a circle through a cute and funny story about a circle who discovers that he has special attributes different than polygons. Use six reading comprehension questions and a Venn diagram activity to follow the Pi Day comic.
The game "Guess What?" (a game that plays like the classic kid's game Guess Who) lets students ask questions to deduce their opponent's geometric figure. When they eliminate a geometric figure on their board they mark with a "piece of pi"!
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