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(Pi day) Creating a Chain of Pi

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MissMathDork
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4th - 7th, Homeschool
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Our pi chain was so long! A week later I broke it apart and we shared a "piece of pi" with younger students.

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Pi day is March 14th! These are the perfect addition to your instruction!

Pi is a name given to the ratio of the circumference of a circle to the diameter. Basically, you can take any circle and divide the circumference (think distance around the circle) by the diameter. Pi is an irrational number meaning that it never ends and the decimal pattern doesn't repeat. The coolest part about pi is that there is no known pattern to the decimal digits.

Want your students to explore the decimal digits of pi? Why not do so in a fun way? Check out what you need:

What comes with this activity?
page 2: material page
page 3 - 6: direction pages with pictures
page 7: pi digit reference sheet
page 8 - 9: whole number 3 and decimal point
page 10 - 19: decimal digit strip pages

What you need in addition to the activity packet?
*Colored paper in 10 different colors
*Scissors
*Glue / Tape / Staplers

Looking for other Pi Day items? Check out other fun activities HERE…

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