twitter facebook instagram bloglovin google plus pinterest youtube

Saturday, March 3, 2018

Pi Day Party with Free Printables

March 14th.
3.14
Pi Day
Have you ever celebrated Pi Day?
I know, it's not your average holiday...it's not a holiday at all, it's just a fun date on the calendar to eat pie and think math.


Last year, we ended up celebrating AH's birthday on March 14th. When I saw the party would take place on 3.14 (Pi Day), I knew exactly what the party theme would be.
Take a look at our Pi Day Celebration. 




Celebrate Pi Day with a meal of pies and math fun.

It's a full meal of pies!  Mmm!





Chicken pot pies for Pi Day @michellepaigeblogs.com
Mini Chicken Pot Pies
I used this recipe- click here.

Mini pizza pies for Pi Day @michellepaigeblogs.com
English Muffin Pizza Pies
Layer pizza ingredients atop an English muffin. Bake at 400 degrees for 8-10 minutes. (I topped a few mini pizzas with a pi sign cut from a cheddar cheese slice.)




Fruit pies for Pi Day @michellepaigeblogs.com
Fresh Berry Pie
Fresh blueberries and raspberries are super tasty sitting in a mini graham cracker pie crust. (find these mini crusts in your grocery store- baking aisle.)

Pudding pie and math fun for Pi Day @michellepaigeblogs.com
Chocolate Pudding Pie
Chocolate pudding served in a pie crust with toppings.

Mini Apple Pies for Pi Day @michellepaigeblogs.com
Mini Apple Pies!
Find these at Walmart for 50 cents a piece! Yes!



Pi Math and party fun @michellepaigeblogs.com
Do a Google search and print out some math worksheets (on your kids' academic level) for finding the area of a circle. I also printed out a bunch of facts about pi. Click here for a fact site.
For example, did you know that (pi day) March 14th was Albert Einstein's birthday?



Celebrate Pi Day with a meal of pies and math fun @michellepaigeblogs.com
Display the math sheets on the table with the pies. Add a few pencils to encourage everyone to try some problems.



Celebrate Pi Day with a meal of pies and math fun.

Print out the pi signs on cardstock. Trim and tape a coffee stirrer to the back of each sign. Stick signs in the pies.
Click here to print your own.

Celebrate Pi Day with a meal of pies and math fun @michellepaigeblogs.com

Don't you think your family would want to celebrate Pi Day?


Celebrate Pi Day with a meal of pies and math fun @michellepaigeblogs.com





 

No comments :

Post a Comment