March 14 is Pi Day.
Check out these instructional resources to celebrate Pi Day in your classrooms!
- From the U.S. Census Bureau: this lesson has students using population data to read and write numbers in scientific notation while comparing data for states and decades. Students will also write ratios of the populations of their school’s state in different decades, determine if the ratios show a pattern, and make a scatter plot of the data. Teachers will need to have graphing calculators for students to use to make the calculations. Access the resource HERE
- Pi Day resources from NASA
Adding a fun resource from youcubed