Monday Math Minute (Pi Day Edition)

Pi DayMath teachers, in general, are usually good at following a schedule and sticking to a routine, unless it is the week leading up to March 14.  Pi Day is an international holiday in the eyes of math teachers all across the world.

I also recently learned that March 14 happens to be Albert Einstein’s birthday – yet another reason to break from routine and celebrate all things 3.14!

Check out these links for fun and exciting activities for you and your students

Illuminations from NCTM  NEA Resources  Pi Day for Elementary  How to Celebrate Pi Day in your Classroom



About the Author: Robbyn Glinsmann

I am currently the Director of Elementary Math for the State of Oklahoma. I get the joy of working with the great teachers of Oklahoma to help them understand and love math just a little bit more than before. A little hard work combined with a positive attitude make all the difference in the world to help someone gain confidence in math and all its possibilities!

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