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Today is March 14, which means one thing: It’s Pi Day! (For those of us who slept through math class, pi = 3.14 = March 14) On 12 March 2009, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a non-binding resolution, recognizing March 14, 2009 as National Pi Day. There are a large variety of ways of celebrating Pi Day and most of them include eating pie and discussing the relevance of π. The first Pi Day celebration was held at the San Francisco Exploratorium in 1988, with staff and public marching around one of its circular spaces, then consuming fruit pies.
Pi Unisex Hi-Top Ked Shoes by Regella
Great for Math teachers, for Pi Day, or just any ol’ day! Black and White Hi-Top Keds with the Pi symbol on the left and right side. The designer highly recommends the book Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi by Cindy Neushwander to teach you about Pi.
Pi Day Sweet Cherry Pie Cards by EllesBaby
Sweet Cherry Pie, Celebrate PI Day – March 14, (3.14) and have a Pi Math Party for you and your friends.
I Love Math T-Shirts by magarmor
I heart Math. With the Pi symbol being the T in the word math. A great shirt for math teachers or a gift for your friends that love math.
Peace Love Math Stickers by GeekTeesGifts
A peace symbol, heart, and Pi symbol on Peace Love Math stickers. A great gift for a teacher, professor, mathlete, or mathematician on National Pi Day or Teacher’s Appreciation Week. Designed by Chrissy H. Studios.
Pi Day Puzzle Cards by tomrent
Pi Day Fun – There is one error, can you find it. The inside reads, Tell me when you solve the puzzle, Enjoy your Pi Day! A great card for your math friends and teachers.
Pi-rate Pi Day Stickers by mudgestudios
Pi-rate happens when good Pi goes bad. Funny Pi symbol outfitted with an eye patch, sword, pirate hat with skull and cross bones, and of course a parrot perched on it’s shoulder. Argh I be 3.14!