This exciting " Pi Day" Word Search & Double Puzzle is a great morning work to celebrate March 14th (3/14) in your classroom. Pi (Sixteenth letter of the Greek Alphabet “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent the most recognized and important mathematical constant in the world. Pi is the ratio of the circumference of any circle to the diameter of that circle. Regardless of the size of the circle its circumference will always be 3.14159 bigger than the diameter of the circle. Pi Day is an annual opportunity for mathematicians to recite the infinite digits of Pi, and encourage students to do fun Pi projects. A curious fact about the holiday is that Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879. The answer to our hidden puzzle is " March Fourteen"
1) Word Search= 24 words (For example)
SIXTEENTH PERIMETER CONSTANT CIRCUMFERENCE DIAMETER RATIO CARL SAGAN CONTACT LEONHARD EULER ALBERT EINSTEIN
PI DAY PYRAMID OF GIZA IRRATIONAL NUMBER HIROYOKI GOTU
DIVIDED BY BABYLONIANS
2) 15 Double puzzle words with a hidden message
The hidden message of this puzzle is nothing more than the date of this famous holiday "March Fourteen". The lesson has a list of words included in the double puzzle.
3) "Pi Day FUN Facts " Great reading comprehension modified exercise.
Happy Pi Day!
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