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Poetry Pi Time

Poetry Pi Time

March 14 marks the celebration of Pi Day! On Pi Day, why not enjoy the day with poetry about pi—and, of course, pie! Stay tuned for both delicious recipes to tempt your appetite and delightful poems to tempt your imagination.

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First things first: what is pi?

Pi, also written as the Greek letter π, is the ratio of a circle’s circumference (the outside edge) to its diameter (the longest distance across). In other words, it’s the infinite number that you get when you divide the circumference of a circle by its diameter.

And for every circle in the world, that number is always the same. That number is 3.1415926535… and on to infinity, without any repeating numbers or patterns.

Now, can you guess why March 14 was chosen as Pi Day?

To celebrate Pi Day, we’ve got some recipes cooking and some poetry books to read. You can also head over to Brave Writer’s Homeschool Alliance for more Pi Day fun. And be sure to check out the official Pi Day website!

Now, let’s get ready for poetry, pie, and pi!

Pie recipes

We've got a pie recipe to satisfy any craving. There's the quick and easy pies (even microwave pies in a mug!), the filling savory pies, a vegan option, and of course some traditional dessert pies! So let's dig in.

No bake pies

Pies in a mug (yes, really!)

Savory pies

Sweet pies

Share your favorite pie recipes with us here! And be sure to check out the poetry books below for the full "Poetry Pi" experience.

Poetry Books about Pie and Pi

Poetry Pie, by Roger McGough

Edgar Allan Poe's Pie: Math Puzzlers in Classic Poems, by J. Patrick Lewis

Math Potatoes: Mind-Stretching Brain Food, by Greg Tang

Arithme-Tickle: An Even Number of Odd-Riddle Rhymes, by J. Patrick Lewis

Marvelous Math: A Book of Poems, selected by Lee Bennett Hopkins

Mathematickles!, by Betsy Franco

Riddle-Iculous Math, by Joan Holub

Math Poetry: Linking Language and Math in a Fresh Way, by Betsy Franco

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