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#### Passport to Pi Day

It's Pi Day, and that doesn't mean it's time for dessert. Celebrate March 14th (3/14) in style with a fun collection of activities. Learners keep track of their own progress as they answer questions about the history of pi, find their...

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#### Pi Day: The Other Math Holiday!

Happy Pi Day! This collection of games, experiments, and activities leads participants through an exploration of the many aspects and attributes of that mysterious quantity, pi. Activities range from using statistical experimentation to...

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#### Pi Day

Did you know a mathematician's favorite dessert is a fruit "pi"? By participating in a fruit cutting activity, young mathematicians realize one constant—the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter is always pi. It is a perfect...

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#### Pi Day #1a – Discovering Pi

Unravel the mystery behind the infamous number pi. Scholars complete a series of activities that explores where pi comes from, its digits and estimation strategies. Pupils should be ready to measure, calculate, and look for patterns to...

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#### Discovery of Pi

Serve up a slice of math for Pi Day! A combination of fun, hands-on lessons and helpful worksheets encourage learners to practice finding the radius, diameter, and circumference of different circles.

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#### Pi Day

ï»¿In this Pi Day worksheet, students complete activities such as reading a passage, phrase matching, fill in the blanks, correct words, multiple choice, spelling sequencing, scrambled sentences, asking questions, take a survey, and...

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#### Discovering Pi/Welcome to Pi Day

High schoolers explore pi. In this circle measurement lesson, students define and identify radius, diameter, circumference, and perimeter. High schoolers work in groups to measure several plastic lids and record their findings. Students...

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#### National π Day

Learners can enjoy pi with pie! A collection of short activities celebrates pi day with a word search, a maze, and real-world problemsn. Using pi in formulas for area, circumference, and volume as well as exploring simple fractions is...

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#### Let Them Eat Pi

Looking for a fun and creative way to celebrate Pi Day? Then this is the resource for you. From a scavenger hunt and trivia contest to PowerPoint presentations and skills practice worksheets, this collection of materials is a...

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#### Pi Day Fun!

In this multi-faceted introduction to pi, participants perform a bevy of pi-related activities. Ranging from measuring household items to singing pi songs and reading pi stories, this fun and non-intimidating resource serves to bring up...

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#### Pi Day | All About the Holidays

Pi day is both delicious and informative! Play a short video on Pi Day to explain the basics behind both the holiday and the infinite number.

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#### Pi Day

Celebrate Pi Day through math and cooperative learning activities. Using algebra, your older elementary learners bring in some of the foods they like and then log their data about their food in a pi-chart. They compare all the foods...

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#### Pi Notebooking Pages

What is it about pi that is so captivating? Learners can take notes about pi and other mathematical concepts on one or all five of these different pi-themed pages.

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#### PI in the SKY

What is pi anyway? After this set of activities, your pupils should have multiple answers to this question. Investigate pi with various experiments and discoveries. Calculate the ratio circumference/diameter for different sized circles....

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#### The Amazing Pi Race

Add a sense of excitement to your math class with this race across the country. Using their knowledge of all things circular, young mathematicians work in pairs answering a series of pi-related word problems as they hop from one city to...

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#### Approximating Pi

Opening with an engaging narrative about the history and idiosyncrasies of pi, this activity quickly gets young geometers involved in the action. They progress from thought experiments about inscribed and circumscribed polygons to...

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#### "Pi" Day

Your class will complete research dealing with Pi and its value in mathematics, leading into a discovery lab to demonstrate Pi, how it is determined, and how it is used. In the end, students eat PIE!

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#### A Cardioid for Valentine’s Day

It's Valentine's Day in geometry class! Celebrate the day of love with a heart-themed activity in which young mathematicians create a cardioid on polar graph paper.

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#### Worksheet for Pi

Who needs a pie-eating contest when you have a pi-ology game! Celebrate March 14th with a fun board game about pi and other geometric concepts. As learners answer questions about geometry, they move around the board to collect tokens.

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#### Pi Day

Ninth graders explore the concept of pi in preparation for developing a project for pi day. They examine direct variation, the history of pi, circle circumference and arc length, area and sector area and then consider how these concepts...

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#### Circular Reasoning

Examine the origin and application of pi in five different levels. The five lessons in the resource begin with an analysis of the relationship between the radius and circumference of a circle. The following lessons lead learners through...

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#### The story of Pi

Why are decimal places important? Can't we just round up? Through a comprehensive five-day lesson, young mathematicians and scientists discover the answers to these questions and more through an in-depth investigation into pi. From...

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#### Discovering Pi

Define terminology related to a circle. Practice accuracy in measuring and then create a spreadsheet based on data collected from solving for parts of a circle. Groups can have fun analyzing their data as it relates to Pi.

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#### Lisa Simpson and Math

In this algebra worksheet, students ponder life's questions presented in several episodes of The Simpson's. They calculate the square root of 1 million and verify known facts concerning pi. There are 9 questions.