Thursday, March 12, 2015

Pi Day Educational Activities & FREE Worksheet




Every year on March 14, math lovers around the country celebrate pi. My daughters enjoy the day and it's actually my youngest's daughter's favorite day. It's her birthday. She thinks it's pretty cool to share her birthday with Pi Day and Albert Einstein. Something else is pretty special and unique about this years Pi Day though. For the one and only time this century, we’ll have the chance to actually observe the first 10 digits of Pi – 3.141592653. What will you be doing on March 14th at 9:26:53? Don't forget to set an alarm. 


Today I will be sharing some fun activities and resources to help celebrate the day. 

The first fifty digits of pi are 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288419716939937510


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