Celebrate pi day in style with these fun** pi day activities for kids **where learning is just part of the fun! Kids will love these creative ideas.

Pi Day is March 14th! Pi Day is called Pi Day because the first three numbers of pi (3.14), are the same dates as March 14th. It’s a fun time to celebrate all things pi, and these **pi day activities** are super-fun STEM activities for elementary kids.

Many elementary kids are just learning about pi and what it means, but what better way to learn than with hands-on activities?

Add these math challenges to your list of fun math activities for kids!

**What is Pi for Kids? **

Pi is the name given to the ratio of the **c****ircumference** to the **d****iameter** of a circle. If you have a circle with a radius of 1 (from the edge to the center of the circle), pi is the distance halfway around the circle.

## Pi Facts for Kids

If you draw a circle with a diameter (all the way across the circle) of 1, pi is equal to the entire circumference.

Pi never ends, and has been tracked to 10 trillion digits. That’s a lot of numbers!

If you do your math right, no matter the size of the circle, you can always find pi by dividing the circumference by the diameter.

**Pi Day Worksheets and Activities for Kids**

You can always make and eat pie on pi day (and I fully endorse this), but these pi day activities provide a little more educational value and different ways to play with pi.

### Pi Day Art

Try these fun pi day art activities!

This is such a fun way to use pi in a creative way. I’ve wanted to make this pi chart (ha) for years.

I love this Pi tree because it uses circles for the leaves on the tree. The printable has circles corresponding to the numbers in pi, which is tons of fun!

In this activity, each color stands for a different number in pi. This is a true exercise in STEAM!

### Pi Day STEM Activities

I love this fun creative twist on a bar graph. Just like the pi skyscraper art, the LEGOs represent the numbers in pi.

This is a tricky puzzle because it is a circle, with each piece representing another number in pi.

This little lesson shows how the number of pi came to be discovered and why it was so important.

I love the idea of turning Pi into a bracelet!