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.
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!
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.
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…