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This Pi Day Activity has been designed for Science and Math classrooms. Students will use measuring tools to , , and of various circular objects. They will then use the data that they collect to calculate pi.
*This activity gives students the opportunity to clearly understand the concept of the number pi and practice math skills through a hands-on activity with a variety of circular objects.
Here are three Math Polygon Family Tree posters to display on a bulletin board or you your Math centers. These will be a great visual addition to help introduce the relationships between shapes and shape vocabulary.
- will show: triangle pentagon, heptagon, quadrilateral, hexagon, octagon,
- will show: acute (scalene, isosceles, equilateral), obtuse (scalene, isosceles), right (scalene, isosceles)
- will show parallelograms (rhombuses, rectangles, squares), non-parallelograms (trapezoids, trapeziums, kites)