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Help your primary students practice identifying 3D shapes with this game by A Place Called Kindergarten Jonelle Bell🔺🔵
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March 14th is Pi Day! Bring rigor and fun together in your math lessons with these Pi Day activities for students in elementary, middle, and high school 🥧
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This resource includes 10 fun and engaging algebraic thinking puzzles with a Pi Day theme! Students can complete these puzzles without knowledge of circumference and area of circles.
This is a fun way for students to practice finding both area and circumference of circles. There are 12 problems total, 6 area and 6 circumference. Some problems give the radius and some give the diameter. Students match their answers at the bottom, and color the pi symbol accordingly.
Pi Day is a great day to get your students celebrating Math. This Pi Day Activities Elementary Packet is no prep for any Math class! This packet teaches students about the history of Pi, the number Pi, how to use Pi, and much more!
Introduce your students to the history and celebrations surrounding Pi Day with this resource!
Celebrate Pi Day with puzzles that focus on the amazing value of Pi!
Bring rigor and fun together in your math lessons with these Pi Day activities for students in elementary, middle, and high school :pie:
Need a fun activity for Pi Day (March 14)? Download this fun activity and craft. You use beads to recreate the number Pi for your wrist. The kids can wear and celebrate Pi Day, all day!
Pi Day Algebraic Thinking Puzzles: 10 fun and engaging algebraic thinking puzzles with a Pi Day theme. Students can complete these puzzles without knowledge of circumference and area of circles. This product includes a printable version and a digital version!
March 14 is Pi Day! In honor of this international celebration, many classrooms take time out of their day to get in some extra learning. Celebrate Pi Day with activities that focus on the amazing value Pi!
Students will enjoy practicing finding area and circumference of circles with this partner activity.
A list of 10 different Pi Day activities that you can do at the last minute with no prior planning and minimal materials. A word search and Pi digits poster are included! Some ideas can be completed in just a few minutes, while others could fill an entire lesson!
Pi Day Investigation Activity! This freebie includes 11 questions (plus 2 bonus questions) for students to research dealing with pi, Pi Day and circles.
This is a fun way for students to practice finding both area and circumference of circles. There are 12 problems total, 6 area and 6 circumference. Some problems give the radius and some give the diameter.
Geek out for Pi Day on March 14th! It is such a fun holiday to celebrate math and of course, circles. Get your math and art on with a variety of worksheets and activities that include circles and pi.
Are you ready for March 14? Pi Day is a great day to get your students celebrating Math. This Pi Day Activities Elementary Packet is no prep for any Math class! This packet teaches students about the history of Pi, the number Pi, how to use Pi, and much more!
Would you like to introduce your students to the history and celebrations surrounding Pi Day (March 14th)? This resource might be perfect for you!
Celebrate Pi Day with puzzles that focus on the amazing value of Pi! This resource includes 5 different puzzles, one for each day of the week that includes March 14.
Get your students up and moving with this Pi Day game! It's similar to musical chairs but involves music and math. Students will practice working with area of circles and circumference of circles while they listen to music and move around the circle.
Make math meaningful with this no prep, real-world fractions project and classroom transformation! In this project, students go on a camping trip while practicing their skills multiplying whole numbers by fractions.
This activity is for all dinosaur enthusiasts! Students will use manipulatives to design a dinosaur museum. Students will find the perimeter or area (or both) of each museum exhibit.