**Don’t forget that Monday is Pi Day — 3/14.**

In honor of the day, here’s oodles of fun ways to work it into your homeschool.

## Celebrate Pi Day with fun games and activities

*Crafts, songs, links, lesson plans and a video to help celebrate Pi Day (from yours truly).*

## Let Them Eat Pie!

*Beth has posted on the MHA blog all sorts of links, pie recipes, lesson plans and more to help celebrate the day.*

*Here’s a few pics from our celebration last year…*

*(Check out the first article for instructions for the paper plate pi game.)*

*Lastly, here’s something I posted here a while back, Pi Poetry!*

Here’s a mnemonic for pi in the form of a poem about Archimedes by A.C. Orr. The number of letters in each word helps you remember pi to 30 spaces.

Now I, even I, would celebrate

In rhymes unapt the great

Immortal Syracusan, rivaled nevermore,

Who in his wond’rous lore,

Passed on before,

Left men his guidance

How to circles mensurate.

3.141592653589793238462643383279

And here’s a cute one to remember to 7 places

**How I wish I could calculate pi… **

3.141592

Happy Pi Day! (3.14)

Super fun! I’ve got a draft of my Pi Day post started, but will definitely link to this too. Thank you! 🙂

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Awesome! What a great idea! Thank you!!! ☺

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