Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. Pi Day is an annual opportunity for math enthusiasts to recite the infinite digits of Pi, talk to their friends about math, and to eat Pie.
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Why Celebrate National Day?
At the American Pie Council, we love learning! So what could be better
than a whole day dedicated to learning about pi and enjoying a slice of
pie? Nothing much comes to mind.
We think everyone should be included in Pi(e) Day festivities! Bake a
pie with your friends, classmates, or family to celebrate the wonders of
pie! Decorate the pie with pi designs! Take some extra time to focus on
math. Do some extra practice problems to make sure you're ready for
your next test. Help a friend or classmate with some hard problems.
Math will get you far in the pie worldLinda Hoskins, executive
director of the American Pie Council, was a math major in college!
In honor of this day filled with pie and pi, we've put together a small
packet of basic activities and recipes. For those students who have not
reached the wonders of in their studies yet, we included some work
on fractionspies are of course a great learning tool for all kinds of
math! So dig in to the numbers and a delicious slice of pie!
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Fun with Fractions
Cut the pie in half. Cut the pie in quarters. Cut the pie in eighths.
How many people are in your family? ________________
Cut the pie so that everyone in your family gets one piece!
How many people are in your class at school?______________
How many pies cut into 6 pieces (sixths) would you need to make sure
everybody got a piece to celebrate National Pi(e) Day?______________
(Draw out the pies to help you count!)
Survey the Class! Have your teacher keep a tally of your classmates'
favorite flavors of pie. Then draw a pie chart to show how many people
in your class like each flavor!
A Piece of Pi
Important Pi Equations
C = 2r (Circumference of a circle = 2 x radius)
A = r
(Area of a circle = x radi