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Pi Day Notebooking Unit

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Topic: Pi Day

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TheHomeSchoolMom: Free Pi Day Notebooking Unit StudyToday is Pi Day! Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. It is an irrational and transcendental number, meaning that it will continue infinitely without pattern or repetition. Let your kids see how far out they can memorize the digits in Pi, then let them know that the current world record was set by Mr. Chao Lu who recited Pi out to 67,890 digits! Download TheHomeSchoolMom’s free Pi Day Unit Study for some fun activities. You can learn more about pi at the official Pi Day website, then since Pi Day wouldn’t be complete without pie, head over to Neatorama for some cool ideas for a pi pie. https://www.thehomeschoolmom.com/homeschool-lesson-plans/pi-day-unit-study/

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