Pi Day is March 14th and it is the perfect day for celebrating all things math related. This year, break out of the everyday routine and have students create Pi Cities using Pi as the foundation of the city drawings.
Pi Day City
Markers or crayons
Pi Numbers printable
- Print out the Pi Number printable for each student or pair of students and provide them with a sheet of graph paper.
- Using the numbers of Pi, fill in the blocks according to each numeral in Pi. For example, for “3” make your building three blocks high. For “1”, fill in one block and so on until you get to the end of the graph paper.
- Hang your students’ Pi Cities on your math bulletin board to celebrate Pi Day and remind them that in all art there are elements of math.
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