You can celebrate Pi Day on 3/14 in your homeschool with this amazing collection of **Pi Day activities** and crafts for kids of all ages!

Each of these unique **pi day project ideas** is sure to spark your kids creativity and encourage them to explore Pi on a whole new level.

## Pi Day Activities for Kids

What exactly is “pi” and why are we celebrating it?

Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Though it’s an infinite number, it starts with 3.14. Therefore, many people call March 14 (3/14) “Pi Day.”

Here are **four fun Pi Day activities** that are perfect to use with your kindergarteners. These activities include fraction paper plate pies, circle patterns, and more. *Pieces by Polly*

Kids can make **Pi Day bracelets** as they explore Pi. There are two versions. One focuses on odds and evens, while the other focuses on the number sequence of Pi. *Pink Stripey Socks*

I know a few math-loving kids who would love to make and wear their own **Pi Day tee shirts**! These shirts require a bit of prep work, but it’s easier than you’d think. *Doodle Craft Blog*

Introduce Pi to your young kids using this printable **Math Symbols I Spy Game**. This is a great way to teach and reinforce math symbols. *And Next Comes L*

I love this **Pi Day art project**! It comes with a free printable template. Students will love choosing 3 colors, and taking 14 minutes to decorate 15 boxes. *Tinkerlab*

Toddlers and preschoolers will have fun creating their very own **Pi Day necklaces** using dyed pasta and the first twelve digits of Pi. *Momgineer*

Students of all ages will love combining math and art to create a **Pi Skyline**. *What Do We Do All Day*

Your youngest learners can get in on the Pi Day fun with **Pi Day Pie Playdough**! *Left Brain Craft Brain*

And, here’s another **Pi Day tee** kids can make and wear. *Pieces by Polly*

Create one of these two **Pi art projects** that represent the numbers in Pi. *Pink Stripey Socks*

This **pie banner craft project **is perfect for decorating your homeschool room for Pi Day. Use 14 pieces of “pie” to make it even more meaningful! *Darice*

Here’s a fun collection of **Pi Day songs** you can incorporate into your Pi Day activities. *The Educators’ Spin on It*

Another fun project that meshes math and art! **Pop art for Pi Day**! The free printable template is a great resource to complete this activity. *Momgineer*

Kids can prove Pi themselves with this **Sneaky Pi Day Detector** free printable activity. *Jinxy Kids*

Elementary-aged students can try this Pi Day inspired **string art activity**. *Pink Stripey Socks*

### Books to Read on Pi Day

Fill your book basket with a great collection of **books to read on Pi Day**. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.

If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.

**Happy Pi Day to You! **– Join the Cat in the Hat as he explains how to measure circles and calculate pi in this perfect choice for Pi Day celebrations and nurturing a love of math and numbers!

**Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi **– This math adventure is centered around a potion that changes Sir Cumference into a fire-breathing dragon. Can Radius change him back? Join Radius on his quest through the castle to solve a riddle that will reveal the cure.

**It Happened One Pi Day **– Unlock the hidden power of your mind to memorize numbers. Memorize Pi to 100 digits… 300 digits… More? This story gives you the first 600 digits of pi.

### Teaching Resources

Add a **pi-shaped cookie cutter** to your playdough station, or use it to mix up a batch of sugar cookies for Pi Day.

Celebrate Pi Day (3.14 or March 14) with this fun **6″ purple berry pie with braided crust and Pi sign** decoration. Great for fans of math and nerds of every kind- there’s literally not better way to honor math then by saluting it with pie on March 14. And this pie is extra awesome because it’s zero calories!

*Which Pi Day activity will you try first? *

swapna says

You just make Pi fun!

(Where was all this stuff growing up?!)

#practicalmondays

Heather Gerwing says

So many great activities! Thank you!

Mother of 3 says

Perfect timing! I just started planning our Pi day activities this morning.

Gina @ Oaxacaborn says

So much fun!! Thank you for sharing. My math-loving daughter will really love a bunch of these!