On March 14 at 1:59pm, folks from all over the world celebrate “Pi Day” with games, activities, and pie-eating contests. I’ve put together a downloadable packet that you can use to set up your home or classroom with fun, interactive activities that really shows the magic of pi.
Pi (p) is a number slightly greater than 3 that shows up when you divide the circumference of a circle by its diameter, no matter what size the circle is.
It also shows up in other shapes like spheres, ellipses, cylinders, and cones as well as unusual places like summation series, number theory, probability, bell curves, and the Fibonacci series.
I’ve put together a complete workstation packet for your kids to enjoy!
Go here to download the packet: