No, I'm not forgetting an "e" at the end of "pi", but it would certainly be an appropriate and fun way to celebrate Pi Day with a circular fruit pie or pizza pie!

"Pi" or "π" is the math constant that is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter, or approximately 3.14. Remember that the circumference of a circle is the measurement of the perimeter, or outside, of the circle, and it's diameter is the length across the widest part of the circle.

National Pi Day is thus celebrated on March (3rd month) 14. Will you be celebrating Pi Day this year?

## How Will You Celebrate Pi Day?

katiem2 on 03/13/2012I'm so excited Pi day is almost here and I can't wait, did I ever mention pie is my favorite day so pi math is a good day for me as well.

katiem2 on 03/10/2012I'm ready to go, I've ordered my pies from a very good local baker and will have a great day this Wednesday celebrating Pi Day, I;m having them include the Pi sign you added to your pie on this web page!!! Great Idea!

kajohu on 03/05/2012It's so fun when kids get excited about something as unusual as Pi Day :-) I'm glad your kids like it, katiem2!

katiem2 on 03/05/2012Oh yes thank you for the reminder, every year my kids get so excited about pi day, this year I won't forget to bake some pi to celebrate pi day. Last year my daughter wanted to take her math teacher a pie but she asked the night before and rather late, this year I will be on the ball. Thanks again :)

kajohu on 03/04/2012Save a piece of chocolate pie for me :-)

ohcaroline on 03/04/2012I think a nice piece of chocolate pie would be most appropriate. You've given me a reason to go for the pie on pi day. Thanks. :)

kajohu on 03/04/2012Any reason to eat pie is a good day in my book :-) And might as well do it for pi day!

Mladen on 03/03/2012I never have thought of celebrating Pi day. But now I might start. If nothing, it's because of the pie! :)