# Pi Day 2020 is on Saturday, March 14, 2020: What are some fun pi day activities for middle school?

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3.141592653589793238462643383… That’s (a part of) the amount being celebrated on Pi Day! Pi (no, not cake) may be the relationship between your diameter and circumference of the circle, along with a mathematical constant.

Pi day is Albert Einsteins birthday, if you didn't know!

Anyways.....

You could:

~Do a challenge to see who could memorize the most numbers in pi..

~Listen to pi songs

~Make a long list of all of the numbers found in pi so far and make a whole line of them around your school, going in order of course

~Make a money donation jog for all of the teachers and the teacher that gets the most money donated in their jug gets pi'd in the face :)

~Bake circular cookies and find the diameter, radius etc. of all of the different sized cookies

~Read "Sir Cumference and the Knights of the Round Table”, a story about the introduction of the circle vocabulary (circumference, diameter, radius, etc.), and “Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi”, a story about the discovery of the value of Pi

~You could eat a pizza "pie" (Just plain pizza but maybe you could buy some pepperoni and arrange it in the shape of the pi symbol!)

That's about all I can think of!

Hope I helped! :)

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It is AMAZING!!!!

My classes did this logic puzzle as a class project for a lot of fun.

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Well today in geometry we ate cookies..we’ll frosted them with frosting and sprinkles!!! They were christmas colors but they were good…although they did make my tooth hurt..but I still ate ‘em!!! That’s what I did for Pi Day!!!

By Kelly Thamavong Mar 13, 2009 at 7:55 pm #

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The math teachers at my school offered 3.14 exttra credit points for bringing a pie in and we all enjoyed the different pies together!

By Susan Mar 13, 2009 at 7:04 pm #

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My teacher gave us pie and we had a bunch of triva questions.

By Savannah Mar 13, 2009 at 6:37 pm #

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Our school held a pi-athalon! Filled with Pi-athletes who got first pick of the Pie at the end. The great thing about a small school is we were able to have enough pie that everyone got a piece. The students ran an obstacle course, and then answered a pi question at the end. It was great fun, a whole school event (grades 7-12)

By Thomas Mar 13, 2009 at 6:24 pm #

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Well, at my school, the Math Honor Society had a couple of competitions, one was a Pie eating competition that was held during lunch and I am a student, I competed. The Math Honor Society(Mu Alpha Theta, or MAO) held a Master of Pi competition which is where they competed by naming as much of Pi as they knew, some students got like into the 400-500 digits of Pi.

By David Herrera Mar 13, 2009 at 4:52 pm #

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We had a competition from who can memorize the most number pi equals too. I didn’t do it because i got bored of that. A boy in my 8th grade class had remembered 100 numbers. “He cheated” almost my whole table said. No one can remember that many numbers! only a real genius can remember that. So all we did today is a girl brought in pie, almost everyone had pizza, and we made hats and necklaces that meant that each color represented a number. It was fun because i had braids on and i thought i looked like a goof! but every body else looked goofy too.

By Laura Mar 13, 2009 at 4:08 pm #

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i made necklaces and hats for pi day

By Laura Mar 13, 2009 at 4:01 pm #

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2 teachers in our school drew a big circle in the parking lot with 2 radiuses and a diameter. There were letters on the ground spelling “Pi Day! 3.14/09 Veterans Memorial School”. All of the students in the school stood on the circumference, radiuses, and diameter, as well as teachers. A picture was taken from the top of the school, a fire department ladder, and two Air Force airplanes from a local training area. Sadly, the news station ditched us for a fight at a South Philadelphia School. Everyone had fun and the 6th and 7th graders ate cookies (the lucky 8th graders ate pi pie).

By Jonathan R. Mar 13, 2009 at 3:52 pm #

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We had pi(e) in math class :D

By cassie Mar 13, 2009 at 2:51 pm #

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We did Pi related activites like measuring circular things. On monday my teacher is bring in PI(E)!! We listend to pi,pi mathamatical pi,too!!!!!!!!!!

By Breanna Mar 13, 2009 at 2:03 pm #

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Today we had students memorize the most numbers of Pi that they could. The student that got the most numbers won money. Then students were able to buy a Pie for $3.14 and they got to throw their pie at the teacher of their choice.

By Cassidy Mar 13, 2009 at 12:31 pm #

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We are going on brain pop to see movies about pi day and our teacher Mrs.Boronda is cutting slices of pie for us.

March 13,2009

By Michelle Mar 13, 2009 at 11:42 am #

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Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio will be celebrating Pi Day “Squared” (our second annual Pi Day observance) on March 13th at 1:59pm in 054 Rike Hall. We’re doing it on the 13th because no “self-respecting” college student would show up for a mathematical event on a Saturday, which is sad. :(

By Patrick Craig Mar 13, 2009 at 8:40 am #

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Everyone in my class brought something with a circle and measured the diameter and the radius. Then we measured the circumfrence and area. Then when we were done we ate it all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

By Mrs. Gilmer Mar 13, 2009 at 8:15 am #

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Everyone in my class brought something with a circle and measured the diameter and the radius. Then we measured the circumfrence and area. Then when we were done we ate it all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

By Mrs. Gilmer Mar 13, 2009 at 8:15 am #

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hi my name is sybrina

i go to albany perp and what we are doing for pi day is

we made pi necklaces that had differnt colors on it to show each number.

People were droping beads but it was fun at the very end!!!!

HAPPPY PI DAY EVERYONE!!!!!!!

By sybrina rich M

Why do u think it is pi day?

Pi Day is a holiday commemorating the mathematical constant π (pi). Pi Day is celebrated on March 14 (or 3/14 in month/day date format), since 3, 1 and 4 are the three most significant digits of π in the decimal form. In 2009, the United States House of Representatives supported the designation of Pi Day.[2]