Circles Everywhere

  • Students working on pi(e) problems

Pi, the wonderful number which starts with 3.14 and goes on forever, and pie were on the order for math night at Franklin Elementary School Tuesday, March 14. Students from the school were so excited to learn about pi and dividing circles into equal “slices.”

Students could participate in many different events. They included a variety of games; bingo fraction action, piece of the hive, frozen fractal, frac-imals, fraction war, fraction friendship bracelets and fraction hut to name a few. When the student had completed at least three events, they could get a Hostess Pie to eat.  The students were talking about how much fun they had during math night the following day. 

Author: Jean Robinson, Franklin Elementary

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