## 1. Create a "Pi City" Using Graph Paper.

Using the number Pi, fill-in the blocks according to each numeral.

*Start with “3”: make your building three blocks high.**Then "1": fill in one block.**"4": fill-in 4 blocks.**Keep going until you get to the end of the graph paper.*

### Check out the tutorial below for more details.

## 2. Make a Pi Bracelet or Necklace.

There are two ways to do this activity:

### OPTION A - As shown below, the student choses any color s/he'd like and uses as many beads as needed to match the Pi digits.

Via: Momgineer

### OPTION B - As shown below, assign a different digit to each bead color, and make a color-coded pi bracelet or necklace.

Via: Imagination Soup

## 3. Have your students find out the secret of Pi... 3.14 actually spells PIE when reflected in a mirror! Mind = Blown!

Via: Pinterest

## 4. Have students memorize as many digits as they can. The one with the most digits gets to eat a piece of PIE!

## 5. Make a Pi paper chain!

Use a different color paper for each digit of the number Pi and have a blast at school!

## 6. Organize a Pi Day Scavenger Hunt

Download the full scavenger hunt printable here: Shari Beck

## 7. Have a Pi Sudoku Party:

Download this sudoku at Brainfreezepuzzles.

**Rules: ***This pie has 12 wedges. Fill in the grid so that the numbers 1-12 appear exactly once in each region of the pie. There are three types of regions in this pie, each containing 12 cells. They are: *

*Each of the six rings going all the way around the pie;**Each of the six pairs of opposite wedges;**Each of the six adjacent pairs of wedges of the same color.*

## 8. Try This Pi Day String Art Activity

All you'll need for this cute activity is a paper plate, some paint, and some colored yarn. Using the Pi digits, create a string art pattern, and voilà!