Explore the “M” in STEM by celebrating Pi Day! Students can have fun playing pi games, eating pi foods or trying to memorize the infinite, non-repeating decimal!

Explore the “M” in STEM by celebrating **Pi Day**! On Pi Day, math teachers, students and enthusiasts around the world will celebrate the mathematical constant pi (**π**), and the birthday of Albert Einstein, one of the greatest mathematicians in history. Pi represents the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter and has been calculated to over one trillion digits beyond its decimal point. Students can have fun playing pi games, eating pi foods or trying to memorize the infinite, non-repeating decimal!

Check out these eight resources for activities, crafts and games to celebrate Pi Day:

- Exploring Pi | Scholastic
- Celebrate Pi Day: Seven Classroom Resources for Pi Learning | Edutopia
- Pi Day board | ExtendED Notes
- Pi Day activities | TeachPi.org
- Math Resources for Pi Day | National Education Association (NEA)
- Pi Day Activities & Links | Exploratorium
- Plan a Pi Day Party | Education World
- Pi Day: Activities & Resources | National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)