**Pie Baking Contest**

Let students bake pies that are shaped like “Pi”. It would be best to pair this with a “Pi” eating competition.

**Pi Recitation Contest**

Have a contest on how many digits of the Pi can a contestant recite. The one with the most digits will take home a delicious pie.

**Embrace your geekness**

Tell the students and all school personnel to wear Pi related shirts or accessories. It may have numbers or Pi shaped stuff on it.

**Eating Pi foods**

“Pizza” and “Pineapple. These are just examples of food starting with “Pi”. Happily share it with students during Pi day.

**Make a Pi Day paper chain**

By using multiple loops of construction paper, you can create a Pi day chain. Each of the 10 digits will have to use a different color. These chain links will represent digit or a decimal place.

**Divide it up!**Treat your class for a “Pi”zza lunch. But before eating those pizzas, let your students measure the circumference and diameter of the pizzas.

**PIcorate/ Speaking of circles**Create a stunning hallway collage. By giving each student a quarter, they can decorate it then put them all together. Those are some aesthetically pleasing pies!

**Pi Day fundraiser**Solidify the students’ math skills and strengthen their multiplication tables by selling pizza or pie to students, faculty members, and staff. This can be a great opportunity to help a local charity.

**Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi**A read-aloud story about dragons and Math is the perfect choice for Pi-day.

**Conduct a Pi symphony**Transform Pi into a song or a melody. Students can use hums, beats of drum, claps, triangle, tambourine, or other musical instruments.

**Create Pi Day cards of appreciation.**Appreciate one another by creating sweet cards with a touch of witty Pi puns.

**“Pi” word challenge**Bring that fork down and pick up that pen. Conduct a contest on how many words starting with “Pi” can a student write. Anyone who wins will get none other than an appetizing pie.

**The Pi CosPlay Challenge**Show your creativity by wearing “Pi” related costumes.

**Classroom Pi Day Workout**So much Pi(e)! Let’s get moving!

**Pi Day Scavenger Hunt**Create small groups from your class and let them do a scavenger hunt just around the school.

Let the Pi related figures be the clues and let them find things like three pieces of chalk, a piece of paper, or four pieces of markers and let the number of things found be a representation of the numbers in pi.

**Extra Sweet Tooth Pi Day**Create chocolate pie pops. Don’t forget the stick!

**Create Cool Pi Bracelets**Let each number represent a color of the bead. These Pi bracelets are very pleasing to the eye.

**Share your best Pi joke**Here are some example to start with:

Quick trivia, the 3.14% of the sailors around the world are “Pi”rates.

Divide the circumference of the sun by its diameter and you will get a Pi in the sky.

I tell you, do not talk to Pi. He never stops.

**Relate your Pi experience**Let your students group themselves or individually share a short speech on how Pi is involved in their everyday lives. An example for this is the soccer ball they use when playing.

**The Pi Film Showing**Encourage your students to create a short film about pi. It can be an infomercial, music videos, etc.

**“Pi”per Plates**Before the Pi Day, distribute paper plates to students then assign a digit for each one of them. Instruct them to draw their assigned number on the plate and give it some decoration. They can form a circle on Pi day and take a gorgeous picture of it.

**Commemorating AI**March 14 is the great Albert Einstein’s birthday. Let the students make an art display about his achievements, discoveries, famous quotations, and of course, birthday cards!

**Broadcasting the Importance of Pi**For each section or group, let the students create a short segment for the school newscast about how important pi is. In math and in our lives.

**Simon Says Pi**With the same rules, play the “Simon” game but with the Pi numbers. Call out a student and have him/her parrot back the number/s after you say them. If successful, you will add a digit until they make a mistake. The longest digit to say back is the Pi master.

**Hula Hoop Contest**You can burn out the blueberry pies by holding a Hula Hoop contest. The Hula Hoop dancer to dance the longest can eat more pies. Look, they’re circular.

**Setting Up the Pi Day Groove**“American Pie”, “Honey Bunch”, and “Sugar Pie” are some of the classic pi-themed songs that can be played in between classes. This will set the Pi day groove: ON.

**Cheer for Pi**Know which grade can shout “ 3 . 1 4 1…” the loudest. They can also compose a longer cheer.

**The Form of Pi**Students will form the numbers of Pi by lining up and standing outside in a field or oval. Take an overhead picture of it. This can be worthy of the school newspaper’s front page.

**The King and Queen of Pi**

Crown a King and Queen of Pi. Dress them with crowns (pie-plate), scepters (rolling-pins) and give them the power to announce who won the longest Hula Hoop dancer. They can also hand out the awards.

**The Race to Pi**In a relay race, students will run from one station to another. To move forward, they must answer a Pi question or trivia at each stop.