# Pi Day Musical Chairs Middle School

Misty Miller
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7th - 8th
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11 pages
Misty Miller
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1. Have your students engaged on Pi Day with these Pi Day math activities. Students can play games, find answers to math riddles, and even color while finding circumferences and areas of circles. This Pi Day Math Bundle includes 4 Pi Day products.✢ Pi Day Activities Packet - Print & DigitalPi Day A
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### Description

Get your students up and moving with this area and circumference of circles Pi Day math game. It's similar to musical chairs but involves music and math! Students will practice working with area of circles and circumference of circles while they listen to music and move around the circle.

What's Included:

✢ 32 game cards (questions ask students to solve circumference and area of circles problems, get numbers from classmates to create their own problems, and write about how to solve problems with area of circles, circumference, diameter, and radius)

✢ 1 recording sheet

Similar Resources & Skills:

Place seats in a circle, put the cards on each seat, and add some music. The cards can also be used as task cards for individuals or partners. Practicing math in an engaging way!

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Know the formulas for the area and circumference of a circle and use them to solve problems; give an informal derivation of the relationship between the circumference and area of a circle.