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# Pi Day | Area & Circumference of a Circle | Crack the Code | Distance Learning

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Pi Day Crack the Code gives students practice solving for radius, diameter, circumference and area of a circle with 2 Crack the Code puzzles. These self-correcting puzzles offer built-in practice with rounding decimals. Teacher notes and answer keys are included.

Also included, an interactive notebook page for finding area and perimeter of circles for reference. This page makes a good introductory piece or a reminder of how 3.14 relates to area and perimeter of a circle.

These problems are designed to help students practice using the rules and understanding the relationships between radius, diameter and circumference.

Pi Day: Area and Perimeter of a Circle makes a good calculator problem. There are multiple steps to the problems and it makes them think about the accuracy of their input.

The first puzzle, Finding Circumference, Diameter, & Radius encourages flexible thinking as students solve the different problems, while given one of the three measurements.

The second puzzle, Finding Area of a Circle- Crack the Code gives students diameter and radius measurements, solving for the area of each of the circles.

Ways to use Crack the Code puzzles~

Centers • Go-to Activities • Fun Class Challenge • Small Group Challenges • Paired Work (Buddy up!) • Test Prep • Homework • Sub Days • RTI

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"You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else." Albert Einstein

Finding Area of a Circle

"It's always too early to quit." Norman Vincent Peale

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Total Pages
10 pages
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Teaching Duration
40 minutes
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