Pi Day is Thursday, March 14!

Check out our History of Pi article, and celebrate the day with these great activities:

Make a Pi bracelet!

Buy small beads in 10 colors, and some string.  Let each color represent the digits from 0 to 9. String your beads in the order of the digits of Pi, continuing until the bracelet is long enough for your wrist.

Write a Pi-ku!

A haiku is a poem with 5 syllables in the first line, 7 in the second, and 5 in the final line. Change it up: write a Pi-ku with 3 syllables, 1, and 4.


Learn the digits of Pi while playing this fun Race to Pi card game: https://mathgeekmama.com/pi-day-card-game/

Write A Song!

Map the keys of a piano to the digits 0-9 and play Pi on the piano:  https://www.piday.org/2010/piano-song/

Fun with Puns!

Enjoy some Pi Day jokes.  https://www.piday.org/jokes/ and https://www.rd.com/funny-stuff/corny-math-jokes-pi-day/

And, of course, eat pie!









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