Over the course of the past 4 years as a Middle School Math Teacher, Pi Day has seemed to continue to grow in popularity. This year proves to be another great year as Pi Day is nearing upon us. This year I am celebrating in style by decking myself out for the occasion. I actually bought this shirt and this shirt as well and will wear them all over the course of the week.

To have a little fun in the classroom while we celebrate, my students will be reviewing their ability to solve word problems using the formulas for circumference and area of circles to solve my newest **Solve and Snip** related to Pi Day because….* it’s all about pies*! This Solve and Snip features 10 word problems related to circumference, radius, diameter, and area of circles and would be great way to review these formulas before state testing. More Solve and Snips are coming and I am working on the requests from the Solve and Snip Survey as quickly as I can. Remember, if I choose your request, you get the Solve and Snip for **FREE**!

**So, how do you plan to celebrate Pi Day?Â **

Jen,

Why not hop over and link up your post with my PI Day post and linky? It would be a great addition!

http://teachingisagift.blogspot.ca/2013/03/huge-pi-day-celebration-and-freebies.html. Are you missing being with the kids for Pi Day? I am on March Break so we are going to celebrate it on the 18th of March instead:)

TeachingisagiftAdded my link for you! Thanks!

I am missing being able to celebrate with my students but our break always falls over Pi Day and St. Patrick’s Day.

Jennifer, thank you so much for featuring my post on decimals. I hope the large government agency is as nice to me as you are!!!

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Adding both your blogs to my blog roll! 🙂

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