Happy Pi Day! Well – almost. 🙂 Pi Day is coming up on March 14 and I thought, “What could be a fun way to celeberate Pi Day with students?”

Enter…”Pi Day!” BreakoutEDU Digital!

**The Topics**:

In this BreakoutEDU, students will learn:

- About the number π.
- Trivia facts about the number π.
- About radius and diameter.
- How to calculate circumference and area.

**Age/Grade Levels**:

The above topics most relate to the 6th-8th grade CCSS Geometry standards. However, I designed the game to be an introduction and contain very basic skills to allow more ages to participate, particularly students who have no knowledge of this topic.

**Digital Tools Used:**

In this BreakoutEDU, I have used the following digital tools and resources:

- Google Forms (of course!)
- Google Sites
- Google Drawings
- Hidden/Embedded Links
- Letter/Number Ciphers

Most of the BreakoutEDU requires students to answer problems on Google Forms but they do have to find the forms and/or break into the forms to solve the problems.

To access the “Pi Day” Breakout EDU Digital, click HERE.

Will you be celebrating Pi Day with your students? If so, what are some other ways that you celebrate this math-y day?!

Hi! It appears there is no link on the Radius and Diameter page. I have clicked everywhere! I am trying to solve this ahead of time so I am sure I know the answers when I do it with my students. Would you be willing to provide any hints? Thanks!

Try clicking on the bottom left corner.

Hi,

I cannot click the link at all- it tells me I don’t have access. Is there any way you could share it with me directly?

Hi Amanda,

That’s very strange. Would you be able to send me a screenshot? I have not had this issue in the past and know several schools that did this activity yesterday.

Hi! I’m new to Breakouts, but I think my students would love this! I am trying to work through this before inviting my kids to play, and I’m lacking the Ten Letter Code and Two Digit Code. I have a couple questions:

1. I can’t access the youtube video on “The Number Pi” page. Is it located somewhere else?

2. Am I missing something on the Pi Trivia page or is it just for fun?

Thank you for your help!

I just fixed it – check it out now! 🙂

Hello,

I know we fixed this last year but I’m stuck again with the same problem and I can’t remember what we did! I took a screenshot but I can’t upload it here, it won’t allow me to do so. Is there somewhere else I can send it?

Hi Amanda,

I had to correct a couple of things – check it out now!