**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**.

### "Easy As Pi" Artwork!

And if you have younger preschool aged children, check out my 5 easy ways to celebrate Pi Day with Preschoolers!

Now let's celebrate your inner nerd and create some fun artwork to brighten up your wall. Let's get started!

### Materials Needed to Make Pi Artwork:

- Paper (I used Watercolor)
- Markers
- Pencil
- Ruler
- Something with a long straight edge
- Eraser
- Protractor
- Large circular object
- Printout of Pi's digits
- Color codes (To relate Pi's digits to specific colors)

### Draw Polka Dot Pi Inspired Artwork:

### 1. Place a small dash at every inch along all four sides of your paper. Then connect the dashes to make a grid.

2. Using your color codes, draw a dot (whose color corresponds with Pi's digit) at every other inch mark. Use an eraser to erase your pencil markings.

### Draw Pi As a Colorful Network:

1. Trace your circular object.

2. Make a mark every 36 degrees and label that with a digit 0-9. Then, place a colored dot corresponding to each digit on your circle.

3. Draw a line connecting each digit of Pi with the next. For example, I first drew a line from 3 to 1 that was the color of 3. Then, I drew a line from 1 to 4 that was the color of 1. Keep on going. (Things got a bit confusing. So, to help keep track of colors and digits, I kept crossing off already used digits off my Pi printout.)

4. Once you have a design that you like (I waited till I finally got a 0), erase all your pencil marks.

There you have it. Two ways you can transform Pi's digits into lovely and colorful artwork.

And it was as easy as Pi, right?

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