If you are looking for additional resources for your classes, check Edutopia's updated list. Your lessons and celebration can include music, ideas for many graded levels, the history of pi, interactive games, and--of course--mathematics lessons.
Some of the websites dedicated to pi and/or Pi Day are:
- TeachPi.org (http://teachpi.org/)
- Joy Of Pi (http://www.joyofpi.com/)
- piZone.org (http://www.nationalpiday.org/)
MIT sends admission decisions to next year's students on March 14 each year. They also create humorous videos appropriate for Pi Day. This year their video goes above and beyond... almost literally... with drones. Be sure to check their video, Keep Your Eyes to the Skies This Pi Day, (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjw9-E3_GbM&feature=youtu.be)!
|ascii_pi / Jorel Pi / CC BY 2.0|
Resources used for this blog post...
7 Classroom Resources for Pi Day
How to Celebrate Pi Day in Your Classroom
In rare instance, MIT's 'Pi Day" falls on 3/14/15
Keep your eyes to the skies this Pi Day (video)