# Pi Day Worksheets

## Pi Day Worksheets - March 14th (3.14)

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Everyone loves pi - and we enjoy celebrating the most delicious number of all every year on March 14 (3.14).  The worksheets on this page can be used to teach students about the number pi.

Click on the the core icon () below specified worksheets to see connections to the Common Core Standards Initiative.

Pi Song Member

Sing the "Pi Song" with your class.  It's an adorable song to the tune of "The Wheels on the Bus."

Finding Pi Project Member

In this activity, students use a tape measure  to determine the circumference and diameter of circles.  Then they use their data to calculate pi.

Circle Questions Member

This is a series of short-answer questions that relate to pi, circles, and circumference.

Letter Mix Up: Pi Day (Primary) Member

Rearrange the letters in the words "Happy Pi Day" to make as many different words as possible. This version was written specially for students in kindergarten through second grade, and includes primary-ruled paper.

Letter Mix Up: Pi Day (Intermediate) Member

Rearrange the letters in the words "Happy Pi Day" to make as many different words as possible. This version has a more complicated scoring guide for students in third through fifth grades.