# Tag Archives: Pi Day

## Pi Day Word Play

This post was provided by our math guru Patrick Vennebush, who originally posted on his blog Math Jokes for Mathy Folks. You can see the original post and more here. Join our Virtual Pi Day Party on Twitter and Facebook for more resources, activities, and Pi trivia.  A Cool Quick Trick for Pi Day [This trick] was attributed to Martin

## #CelebrateWithDE – Use Pi…Like a Scientist

Please note, your access to the resources highlighted in this post will depend on the specific services you are licensed to receive. Join our Virtual Pi Day Party on Twitter and Facebook for more resources, activities, and Pi trivia.  Pi, possibly one of the most famous mathematical constants out there. It tells us the ratio of a circle’s circumference to

## #CelebrateWithDE – Pi in the Real World

Please note, your access to the resources highlighted in this post will depend on the specific services you are licensed to receive. Pi, possibly one of the most famous mathematical constants out there. It tells us the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, and can be approximated to 3.14159. Mathematicians have been trying to

## #CelebrateWithDE – Albert Einstein

Did you know that March 14th is also Albert Einstein’s birthday? Born in 1879, Albert Einstein was a German-born physicist who is most famous for his theory of relativity as well as the equation E=MC2. Use the suggested resources from Discovery Education below to honor this scientist as part of your Pi Day celebrations.

## What’s for Lunch? Jonathan’s Apple Pie

Please note, your access to the resources highlighted in this blog post will depend on the specific services you are licensed to receive. Pi Day is all about celebrating mathematics and how we use math in our everyday lives. Pi is everywhere around us where we see circles, cylinders, and spheres. One of my favorite

## #CelebrateWithDE – Pi Day

Learn more about the significance of pi in mathematical research and its everyday applications with these resources and instructional ideas.

## Pi Day

Kelsey Johnson telling our Cache and Cookies readers about Pi Day! Did you know that if you look at 3.14 in the mirror, it spells pie!? Tomorrow, March 14th is Pi Day! Before your students get too excited and begin expecting a delicious home baked pie, take the time to review the actual meaning of

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