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Tag Archives: Pi Day
Happy ULTIMATE Pi Day! 3/14/15 9:26
My students celebrated Pi Day on Pi Day Eve. Every year, I give students a Pi Day greeting card summarizing a brief history of pi. When I ask them, “Why is pi slightly larger than 3? Why isn’t it a little … Continue reading
Why Pi?
Since moving to Texas, I’m a little disappointed that March 14 occurs during our spring break every year. Several Pi Day traditions have survived in my classroom, despite the fact that I don’t get to celebrate with my students in … Continue reading
Happy Pi Day!
Happy Pi Day! At 1:59 my inbox was flooded with Pi Day greetings from my students… who are currently on spring break! Some students sent emails from destinations with differing time zones. Most students aimed for 3/14 at 1:59, and … Continue reading
Pi Day is GoodBye Day
I shared this presentation with my students today. Mixed reactions… it’s very nice to be appreciated 🙂 The word is out – we’re moving! 🙂 Happy Pi Day Greeting Card
Pi Day… it’s coming!
It’s hard to believe that midMarch is approaching! That coveted math holiday that celebrates everyone’s favorite irrational number! For years, I have given each and every one of my students my very own “Happy Pi Day” greeting card, outlining a … Continue reading