Pi Day Activities

by | Mar 2, 2023 | Homeschool Activities

Time for Pi

Teach your homeschoolers all about Pi with these fun Pi day activities!

Celebrating Pi Day with Activities

Many homeschoolers and math enthusiasts alike enjoy celebrating March 14th — which is also known as Pi Day.

If you are looking for fun Pi Day activities to do with your kiddos, you likely already know that 3.14 represents the first 3 digits of pi and since March is the third month of the year, Pi Day is always celebrated on the 14th of that month.

With that said, I recently learned that Pi Day (or March 14th) also happens to be Albert Einstiein’s birthday — a fascinating fact I found in this article

PIE Day party ideas

While I’ve never been a huge math fanatic, my husband and my older boys all love Pi Day!

From sharing memes to seeing who can memorize the most digits, this time of year is definitely for the math buffs like them!

With that said, I love a good excuse for a celebration and Pi(E) Day is something I can totally get behind, haha!

One of the greater joys of being a homeschool family is having the luxury of taking days off to celebrate birthdays, having extended breaks over the holiday season, and taking time off to celebrate anything and everything — including pi.

Awesome math pinata for kIds

If throwing a party for Pi Day is your jam, consider baking a real pie for this fun occasion, using some of these fun PIE-themed party printables & recipes via Play Party Plan, creating this awesome Pi Day paper chain via Red Ted Art, then end your festivities with this cute Pi day pinata via Celebration Generation.

Pi Day Resources

If partying isn’t your homeschool style and you lean more on the side of lots and lots of learning on special days, these simple Pi Day resources will be right up your alley!

These incredible Pi Day resources via The Homeschool Mom include information on what Pi Day is, a fun unit study (for newsletter subscribers), online Pi Day activities, and other great resources!

You can also check out these Pi Day ideas, activities, and videos via Kristin Moon Science!

Pi Day Crafts

Crafting is such a fun way to celebrate any holiday or event — including Pi Day!

Pi Day Bracelet Craft for Kids

Spend Pi Day getting crafty with these fun Pi Day bracelets and bookmarks using pipe cleaners and beads via Team Cartwright. These look so incredibly simple, you guys!

Plus, they encourage simple learning by focusing on counting, motor skills practice, and number sense!

Pi Day Necklace Craft for Kids

Create a matching Pi Day set by making this fun Pi Day necklace via The Gingerbread House. 

If you love all things crafty, check out the kid activities portion of Life + Homeschool to get your hands on all our season crafts & activities!

Other Pi Day Activities

If you love all things simple, consider these fun Pi Day activities and printables for your March 14th celebrations!

Pi Day Printables for Kids

Keep things light and simple for Pi Day by leaning on these awesome printable Pi Day activity sheets & scavenger hunt FREEbies via Homeschool of 1 (shown above) — these look like so much fun, you guys!

This page of fun pi activities via STEAM Powered Family includes important vocabulary words, a free printable (for email list subscribers), a simple unit of measure activity, and simple instructions for how to demonstrate pi using paper!

Homeschooling little ones? Try these pi preschool activities via Cobberson & Company instead! Their super cute Pi Day coloring page & motor skills practice cutting sheet are perfect for little learners.

All Things Pi Day

If you love math, know someone that loves math, are teaching kiddos at home, or just like eating pie (that last one is totally me) — these Pi Day activities, crafts, and resources are a great start for your simple Pi Day celebration at home!

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If you have been following our journey for any length of time, you already know that I’m obsessed with coffee, organization, and all things simple.

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My homeschool style is very eclectic.

I enjoy a solid mixture of structure and free range. I set goals for myself and my children each week, but I put no pressure on perfection.

We use a wide variety of curriculum in our home.

Some of our current favorites are The Good and the Beautiful, Life of Fred, Beautiful Feet Books, and Lifepac.

While my kids do spend a good amount of time learning at desks, they also spend countless hours exploring their creativity and practicing a little independence.

I love mountains, rainy days, and sitting by the campfire. 

Our family recently relocated to the PNW and we have been enjoying finding new nature spots to explore together 🙌🏼

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Hey guys! I’m Mary, homeschool mom of 3 amazing kiddos.

I’m so excited that you decided to check out my little corner of the world!

If you have been following our journey for any length of time, you already know that I’m obsessed with coffee, organization, and all things simple.

I’m also a huge dog lover and introvert 💗

My homeschool style is very eclectic.

I enjoy a solid mixture of structure and free range. I set goals for myself and my children each week, but I put no pressure on perfection.

We use a wide variety of curriculum in our home.

Some of our current favorites are The Good and the Beautiful, Life of Fred, Beautiful Feet Books, and Lifepac.

While my kids do spend a good amount of time learning at desks, they also spend countless hours exploring their creativity and practicing a little independence.

I love mountains, rainy days, and sitting by the campfire. 

Our family recently relocated to the PNW and we have been enjoying finding new nature spots to explore together 🙌🏼

I can’t wait to connect and share all the things I’ve learned on our new journey! 

Just a Note…

Thanks for checking out the homeschool activities helps portion of the blog! 

I have so many fun ideas planned for this category! I can’t wait to share them all with you.

I hope you found this article helpful and come back to visit again soon!

Want to connect on social media?

You can find all of our social accounts below!

FacebookInstagramPinterest

Don’t forget to check out our Facebook group too!

This group is open to all homeschool moms.

Whether you are already knee-deep in your homeschool journey or just dipping your toes in — all homeschool moms are welcome!

Looking forward to connecting! Simply Be Wild & Free Life + Homeschool Blog

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