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Pi Day Activity | Pi Day Coloring | Classroom Collaboration Poster

Art with Jenny K
Grade Levels
5th - 8th, Homeschool
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  1. Pi Day BUNDLE. This bundle contains two of my resources. My Albert Einstein collaboration poster and my Pi collaboration poster. Since Einstein’s birthday is the same day as Pi Day many teachers like to use these two posters together. This bundle was created to give you a discount if you, too, would
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Pi Day Collaboration Classroom Poster – great Pi Day activity with “infinite” possibilities as students color their piece of this collaborative poster the way they want to!

This fun, collaborative activity allows your students to each participate in creating a classroom poster for Pi Day (or any time of the year). When printed at full size the final poster is approximately 28 inches by 42 inches. There are 30 pieces and each piece fits on a regular 8.5 inch by 11 inch piece of paper.

Pi Poster Details:

• There are 5 columns and 6 rows for a total of 30 pieces.

• The final poster is approx. 35” x 42” when complete. I have also included instruction on how to make the poster smaller if that works better for you!

• This poster is ideal for a large bulletin board or a hallway.

• Each poster piece fits on a normal 8.5” x 11” piece of paper.

• The colors you will need are: red, yellow and assortment of other colors.

• Use markers, colored pencils and/or crayons.

All my collaboration posters are…

• easy for teachers

• fun for kids

…and make a lasting impression--on students, parents and your entire community!

Large and visually striking, this poster is the perfect accompaniment to your Pi Day lessons and makes for a great display in the…

• Hallway

• Bulletin Boards

• In your classroom

Some teachers like to show their students what they will be making (that is why I have included a final example) and others like to keep it a secret until the end for a really fun surprise - my personal favorite!

The collaboration of this poster makes such an impact without really having to say anything - every single piece of the poster matters - just as every child in the class matters. Your students will walk by and say "I did that piece" each time they see the poster. They take great pride in being part of this art project.

Differentiation is built into the design of this Pi Day activity. Some pages have more to color than others so some kids will easily be able to color two pages. You can use this to differentiate and provide the appropriate experience for each child to achieve success and be part of the group.

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Jenny K.

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