Did you know that March 14th is pi day? If you are looking for fun pi day ideas to celebrate pi day with kids, you will love this cute pi craft! This pi day activities is both a pi day craft and a writing activity all in one! Kids will have fun celebrating by making this adorable Fraction Pie Craft fthat helps kids learn a little about fractions too. This is ideal for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, firstst grade, and 2nd grade students too.
Pi Day is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi). Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the month/day date format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π. We like to celebrate Pi Day with making and eating a yummy pie and making pi crafts. This super cute and simple pi craft is perfect for celebrating pi day with kids Use this pie day project with toddlers, preschoolers, kindergartners, grade 1, grade 2, and grade 3 students.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love making this pi craft for kids!
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This adorable Fraction Pie Craft for Kids is perfect for learning about fractions and having fun on Pi Day too.
- 3 pieces of construction paper: tan, brown, and choice of color to mount pie on (we used blue)
- blue paint
- pom pom (per child)
- clothespin (per child)
- scissors (scrapbook scissors make super cute edges)
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After covering our surface with paper, I put some paint on the paper. Then I clipped the clothespins to the pom poms.
The kids held the clothespin handle and dipped their pom pom brush in the paint to make their blueberries.
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Continue stamping blueberries on your circle construction paper pie crust.
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Kids can make as may or as few blueberries in their pie as they like. It is actually loads of un to paint with pom poms!
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While the blueberries dry, use craft scissors (6 pack for kids) to make 1-2” strips of paper. You will need 8-9 strips.
Hint: This is great for refining the muscles in their hands!
Older kids can lattice the top by going over and under every other strip. Younger kids can just glue 4 strips horizontally and 4 more strips vertically. Allow it to dry.
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Meanwhile, while your pie dries you can trace the free printable below.
Now have children cut your pie in half and then in half again to make quarters. Glue or tape on last piece of construction paper and attach the “I divided my pie in quarters.” sentence.
This is such a cute Pi Day Craft and math craft at the same time!
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