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My most famous drawing, and one of the first I did for the site

xkcd 10 - My most famous drawing, and one of the first I did for the site

Found this really cool 3.14 Pi Equals Pi Backwards T-shirt shirt. Purchase it here http://www.albanyretro.com/3-14-pi-equals-pi-backwards-t-shirt/ Tags:  #3.14 #Backwards #Equals

Pi Equals Pi Backwards Check out these amazing Pi Equals Pi Backwards t-shirts, hoodies, glasses, coffee cups and more. This is a perfect gift th

Want a super easy way to have fun with your kids on Pi Day? This Pi Day card game is great because kids of all ages can play together. Plus, there are variations to make it more challenging for older kids. Get excited about the number pi with this easy Pi Day game! http://mathgeekmama.com/pi-day-card-game/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Bethany%20%7C%20Math%20Geek%20Mama&utm_content=Race%20to%20Pi%3A%20Simple%20and%20Fun%20Pi%20Day%20Card%20Game

Race to Pi: Simple and Fun Pi Day Card Game for All Ages

Looking for a fun way to get your kids excited about the number pi? This super simple Pi Day card game takes minutes to set up and is fun for all ages!

Like nothing I've ever read.  Amazing storytelling and so thought provoking.

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Life of Pi - Yann Martel Though the book does get rather slow in the middle sections, it wraps up beautifully and is well worth your time.

A modern update on the classic family calendar.

Raspberry Pi: Wall Mounted Calendar and Notification Center

We’ve seen a Raspberry Pi combined with a cheap LCD screen to create a smart calendar before, but Instructables user ozua takes it a step further with a family agenda, weather forecasts, local events, and even live transport info.

Pi Day Challenge Freebie! This free math activity is a fun Pi Day challenge for students in upper elementary, middle school, or high school grades. Students must measure the circumference and diameter of their circle, divide, and see who can get the closest to pi! Make Pi Day fun this year with this FREE activity!

A fun Pi Day challenge for students in upper elementary, middle school, or high school grades. Students must measure the circumference and diameter of their circle, divide, and see who can get the closest to pi!

For serious fudge lovers only. Pi equals 3.14 Which makes today—March 14th—National Pie Day. I celebrated a day early with this ultra-fudgey mint-chocolate-chip pie. But it’s ok; there are still a few slices left… so I can will celebrate again today. For quite some time, I’d been meaning to try a mint version of my …

This mint chocolate fudge pie * Good but not great. People thought there was too much mint

Gr8 Ideas for family involvement on a campus or in a class!

Help! I Need Family Involvement

27 Ways to increase family involvement in your class - Could you try JUST TWO of these strategies before the end of the school year? How about one & plan to adopt another new one for back to school? You know there's room for more family involvement.

Create fun math art with kids by using the numbers in pi to graph a city skyline. A creative and fun math activity to celebrate Pi Day at home or school.

Math Art for Kids: Pi Skyline

Fun family math art project -- a pi city skyline. ways) Pi Day is March (Tech Projects For Kids)

How to expand a circle for a hat.      Ch 2 or make a magic circle (my preference)  8 dc into the 2nd ch from hook. Join with slip stitch to beginning of round.  2 dc into each dc (16 st)  Increase in every alternate stitch, i.e., 2 dc + 1 dc + 2 dc + 1 dc + ... (24 st)  2 dc + 1 dc + 1 dc + 2 dc + 1 dc + 1 dc + 2 dc ... (32 st)  2 dc + 1 dc + 1 dc + 1 dc + 2 dc + 1 dc + 1 dc + 1 dc + 2 dc ... (40 st)

The Lazy Hobbyhopper: How do you crochet a hat that FITS. This lady deserves a medal. Sizecharts for babies, kids and adults.

It's a Pi dish!  Avail at www.sciencenerdsrock.com Pi (π) is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. In other words, pi equals the circumference divided by the diameter (π = c/d). Conversely, the circumference is equal to pi times the diameter (c = πd). No matter how large or small a circle is, pi will always work out to be the same number. Pi is an irrational number, which means that it is a real number with nonrepeating decimal expansion. It cannot be represented by an…

It's a Pi dish! Avail at www.sciencenerdsrock.com Pi (π) is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. In other words, pi equals the circumference divided by the diameter (π = c/d). Conversely, the circumference is equal to pi times the diameter (c = πd). No matter how large or small a circle is, pi will always work out to be the same number. Pi is an irrational number, which means that it is a real number with nonrepeating decimal expansion. It cannot be represented by an…

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