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|This "one-stop Pi Day shop for teachers and number lovers" offers stories, biographies, book recommendations, and other topical resources to celebrate March 14th. Brief descriptions of some of the activities come with extensions and short anecdotes from teachers and schools that implemented the ideas. In particular, check out the site's music, which includes the raps "Loving Pi" by "Pi Diddy" and "Lose Yourself (In the Digits)," as well as Pi Day carols such as "Ludolph the Mathematician" (in recognition of Ludolph van Ceulen) "Oh, Number Pi" (to the tune of "O, Christmas Tree"), "Ring the Bells" ("Jingle Bells"), and "Pi Day Time" ("Silver Bells").|
|Levels:||Late Elem. (3-5), Middle School (6-8)|
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