Pi Day Lesson Plans

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Pi Day Lesson Plans

Yes, this year Pi Day is on a Saturday. One of the beauties of homeschooling it taking off another day in the week and doing school on Saturday.

I was excited to find many free Pi Day lesson plans. I pinned most of them on my Pi Day board.

If you are already overwhelmed with life might I suggest only buying a pie already baked and celebrating with your kids by having pie for dessert. That is how I celebrated the last two years.

Now if you have some time, a printer and a stocked pantry let the Pi Day Lesson Plans begin!

Pi Day Lesson Plans:

Food and Snacks:

  • Of course any type of pie works but keep thinking about any other foods with pie in the name or that are round in shape.
  • My kids will be doing the majority of cooking for these meals as part of our lessons.
  • Our Menu for the day:
    • Breakfast Pie Pizza
    • Quesadillas and apples for lunch
    • Shepherd’s Pie
    • Apple Pie

Music:

Books and Videos:

Worksheets:

Hands-on Activities:

  • We will be taking a Facebook poll on favorite pies and creating a bar graph of the results.
  • I loved the visual of creating a Pi Day necklace.
  • For fun a blogger created a Pi Day exercise routine.

After an hour of researching I was happy to find more than enough fun math things to do with my kids on Pi Day.

I think at the exact moment of 3.14.15 at 9:26:53 we will start clanging pots and pans together to signal the beginning of our Pi Day Lesson Plans Begin!

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Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing the link to my pi day lesson! Sounds like you guys have a full day planned! That’s so great!! Enjoy!! ~Bethany

  2. Stacey Lane says:

    Thanks for creating worksheets! I know the amount of time these items take to create.
    Yes, anytime I can make math fun…bonus points!

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