TpT Teacher-Authors of all grades have fantastic ideas for celebrating Pi Day (even for your language arts block!) Come grab a big slice of the fun!

### All the Flavors of Pi Day

From **4mula Fun**: “My Pi Day (Circumference and Area of Circles) Solve and Snip- Common Core resource (grades 7-8) is a fun problem-solving activity to strengthen skills related to the circumference and area of circles!”

“Kids love to color, no matter what their age!” says **All Things Algebra**. “Students adore my Area and Circumference of Circles Pi Day Coloring Activity (grades 6-10); they sometimes forget that they’re also doing math! After they’ve finished the activity, I hang up their work. They love that, too!”

**Kacie Travis** adds, “I go all out on Pi Day… wearing clothes that have a circle theme, decorating my classroom, teaching a great pi lesson, and eating pie, of course! Here’s a freebie teachers can use to decorate their classrooms: Pi Day (3.14) Celebration Decoration FREE (grades 6-9)! It contains posters and bunting for teachers to help build excitement about the day. Hang them around the room, or make a cute bulletin board!”

**Angie Seltzer** has her Playing “A Round” with Pi: Cards for Circumference, Perimeter, Area resource (grades 6-9) to share! She says, “These four sets of Multi-Match game cards provide fun practice with area and perimeter of circles and compound figures. Each easy-to-print card set includes a related worksheet and mini game instruction cards.”

Here’s a Pi Day Activity (grades 6-9) from **Lindsay Perro**. She says, “It includes some fun pi facts and a look at the first few hundred digits of pi!”

“Planning on serving a snack?” asks **Teaching High School Math**. “Here’s my Pi Day Placemat and Activities resource (grades 6-9).”

“I use my Circumference, Area, and More: A Circle Bundle (grades 6-8) with my middle school classes on Pi Day,” explains **Math in the Middle**. “It includes area and circumference discovery activities, practice sheets, and a bingo game.”

“I love Pi Day!” exclaims **Hodges Herald**. “Here’s a fun freebie I do every year with my students: Cookies, Cake and Pi, Oh My! (grades 6-8).”

From **The Bulletin Board Lady – Tracy King**: “A math teacher friend of mine has a huge Pi Party every year, complete with a variety of pies, pi decorations, pi games, and more. Each year, she lets students decorate for this special day. She really wanted a bulletin board that she could use each year to explain the fun and merriment that took place on March 14th. Voilà: My Pi Day Math Bulletin Board resource (grades 5-12) was born! Included are reproducible pages that students can decorate and use to post their own Pi Day slogans. Such fun!”

“I love making Pi Day a fun classroom celebration with my middle school students!” says **Amy Hearne**. “They look forward to our celebration every year. Take a look at my Pi Day Celebration Bundle (grades 5-9), which includes a number frequency activity, a scavenger hunt, and so much more!”

“My kiddos always have such a great time on Pi Day!” exclaims **Misty Miller**. Check out her super-fun Pi Day Musical Chairs Activity (grades 5-8).

**Mike’s Math Mall** is excited to share his The Quest for Pi – A Hands-on Geometry Activity (grades 5-7). He says, “Get students out of their seats! Heck: get ’em *outside* with this engaging, hands-on, discovery activity. They’ll never look at pi the same way again.”

The Colorado Classroom has a giant Pi Day Fun Activity (grades 4-7) that includes background information on pi and 20 different activities to choose from for this special day. The activities range from simpler, more crafty circle-inspired fun to mathematically rigorous activities such as actually doing a simpler version of the experiment that Archimedes did when he discovered pi.”

From **Evil Math Wizard**. “Here’s a blog post about the time we actually made pies along with a fun, hands-on activity for learners to discover the ratio of pi. It’s great for upper elementary students! Take a look: Radius, Diameter, Circumference, & Ratios Discovery using Paperclips (grades 4-7).”

“I’m so excited for Pi Day!” says **Advanced**** Instruction Resources**. “I’ve used my Pi Day Activity (grades 2-5) with my students for years.”

**Meredith Anderson** can’t wait for Pi Day either! Here’s one of her many fabulous Pi Day resources. (grades K-4). Phenomenal!

### Pi Day in Style

And check out the awesome handmade Pi Day Medallion modeled here by Teacher-Author **Renee Dawn! **She explains, “Pi is a beautiful thing. Literally! I created this medallion that looks like a chic art piece, because I like to wear my math on my sleeve. And after I teach kids about the wonders of this infinite number, it’s a chic-geek reminder that keeps them thinking.” Love!

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Here’s to Pi Day and all the learning, laughing, baking, and crafting that goes along with it. Bring on the math-themed fun!

(Thanks to Kimberly Geswein Fonts for the KG Falling Slowly Font in the feature image.)