Pi Day is rapidly approaching. This year it is on Saturday, March 14th – but don’t miss out! Teachers can observe this “holiday” on Friday, March 13th instead.

*Here are some great sites to help you celebrate with your students.*

**Pi, Pi Mathematical Pi**

Song and animation. Enjoy!

**TeachPi.org**

Source on the web for teachers who want to find or share ideas for **Pi Day** activities, learning, and entertainment.

**WikiHow: How to Celebrate Pi Day.**

Tips on making this day (celebrated on March 14 at 1:59pm) memorable to one and all.

**The Joy of Pi**

Web site includes links, facts and information about the book: The Joy of Pi.

**San Francisco’s Exploratorium’s 2009 Pi Day site**

Plenty of Pi Day resources, including Pi-Ku:

A circumference

divide by diameter

irrational pi.

– Paul D

divide by diameter

irrational pi.

– Paul D

Ever wanted to see the Pi drop? Here’s your site. They will be celebrating on Friday, March 13th to accommodate students.

Contest entry deadline is March 20th. From the Goudreau Museum of Mathematics in Art and Science.

(Did you know such a place existed? Plan your next vacation in New Hyde Park, NY!)

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Thanks for the resources. We’re celebrating Pi Day at my math center this Saturday. We’ll be setting up activities in all of the rooms for students and their families to enjoy.