Ah, good old Pi Day. That special holiday only celebrated by geeky math and pizza lovers. It's definitely my kind of holiday! Today I'm adding to our list of easy, low-prep Pi Day Activities with this neat one that combines art and math. Tada! We're making some Pi Day inspired String Art!
Pi Day String Art Actvitiy
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Ok. Pi day is coming up this Saturday. Are you ready to celebrate it with some fun activities? Last year I came up with 3 Pi Day Activities for elementary aged children, like making Pi Day Bracelets and making 2 Types of Pi Inspired Artwork! This year I thought it would be a fun challenge to try to introduce Pi Day to my Preschooler.
Pi Day celebrates Pi, the mathematical constant that describes the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. Pi's digits stretch infinitely long, never repeat, and seem to be random. I really wanted to share my love for math with my 3 year old. So here are 5 Preschool Pi Day Activities that are fun, easy to set up, and great opportunities for some hands on learning!
Happy Pi Day everyone! I remember thinking this holiday was really cool when I was younger. We let out our inner nerds, drank soda, and ate a pizza pie in class. Earlier this week I whetted your mathy appetite when I shared how I turned Pi into wearable art. My super easy and colorful Pi Day Bracelets were made by stringing different colored beads according to the digits in Pi. Today I'm celebrating Pi Day with two colorful and geometric pieces of Pi Day Inspired Artwork.
This Friday (3/14) is Pi Day! Pi is a mathematical constant referring to the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. It's an irrational number, which means that it goes on forever and never shows a repeating pattern. Every year it's celebrated on 3/14 because the first three digits of Pi are 3,1, and 4. Now if you're looking for an easy way to celebrate Pi day, we've got a great collection of Pi Day Inspired Activities. Today I'm sharing these nifty Pi Day Bracelets! What makes this a great Pi Day Activity? Well, the beads are strung according to Pi's digits. (Cool, right?) It's a great way to combine math, art, and crafting!
Interested in making your own set of Pi Day Inspired bracelets? Keep reading!