Well Happy Pi Day to you! This little video came to me a few years ago via two alumni of my high school technology and engineering program. Math geekery made fun!

The Math Forum at Drexel has some good Pi Day activities. if you are looking for some classroom resources for Pi Day, you might check out Pi Day. Of course if you are inspired to TeachPi, then go for it. If music is your thing, check out some Pi songs. maybe you like pictures, so search about on Flickr and see what comes around. You might even want to get artistic with your Pi fantasies.

Thanks Michael and Stephen!

There are loads of ways that Makers can have a robust and fulfilling Pi Day. You might need to bake some Pi, or you could write some Pi-Ku, play some Pi games, calculate the area of your records, figure out the distance your bicycle moves for each revolution of its’ wheels and more. How do you use Pi in your daily life? How do you use Pi in your classroom? Does Pi affect your career? How does Pi figure into your hobbies? What is the most unusual way your have had to use Pi? Join in the conversation in the comments, and contribute your Pi Day photos and videos to the MAKE Flickr pool.