Is your school celebrating Pi Day? Are you a K-1 teacher who is wondering how in the world you are going to party with that rascally 3.14 when you teach primary? After encountering the same conundrum, I created this set of printables to help me and my own first grade team. There's not much out there for Pi Day and the little ones, so I created this pack of simple, low-prep printables for March 14th.
Here's what I included:
1.) An informational text about pi written on a level even the littlest ones should be able to understand (perfect for projecting on an interactive screen, SmartBoard, or document camera)
2.) An easy minibook to accompany the projectable text
3.) 2 class book options:
-Option 1: Students will take a paper circle and transform it into a real-life object or incorporate it into their art before writing about it.
-Option 2: Students will write about their favorite kinds of pie (this is especially great if you're going to do the next activity)
4.) Pie Graphing: Create a class graph about students' favorite kinds of pie before filling out a graph independently. I included headers for your graph, but blank versions are also included in case you want to change the flavors. (Blank graph sheets with 3 and 4 categories are also included.)
5.) Pi Day Printables: Pi Day ABC Order, word search, Brag Tags, and necklaces
Check out the preview to see what's included. Thank you so much for stopping by my TPT store!