About this resource :
This activity includes some fun pi facts and a look at the first few hundred digits of pi!
Teachers will need to provide six cylindrical objects (soda cans, jars, etc) for students to measure. They will discover the diameter, radius, area of the base, circumference of the base, and volume of the object. If the objects are unavailable, a supplemental sheet has been provided for students to measure the bases of a few different objects.
Also includes a google slides version!
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