Got Pi? ^.^


Not every one gets a natural thrill, from reducing fractions or solving  equations! But Mathematics, just like History or Literature, is comprised of real people and their extraordinary talents.


Maybe the right-brain thinker in your class will perk up when he or she hears about some of the  human  history  behind Pi day.

6th Grader digs for Life Saver in chocolate pudding.
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6th Grader digs for Life Savers in chocolate pudding.

If you celebrate Pi day (March 14), then you’re a certified Math geek or Physics geek or maybe even a Tech geek.

If you’re just an outside observer, we thought you might want to know why all the hubbub over  3.1415926535….. Well , Pi day was first officially celebrated  on a large scale in 1988 at the San Francisco Exploratorium.

Since then, Pi Day has been celebrated by millions of teachers students and math-lovers.




Why all the hubbub over 3.1415926535?”

The pies line the table, ready to be eaten
The pies line the table, ready to be eaten