Pi Day Activity Collaborative Poster With Writing Prompt



Collaboration for Pi Day is fun with this poster for your math teaching lessons. Teachers will receive 3 size options to use for this Pi Day writing activity poster. The Albert Einstein Pi Day image is original and you won’t find it anywhere else. Albert Einstein appears to be very relaxed in his Pi Day shirt. It will bring cheer to any math, algebra, or geometry classroom. Your students will have an engaging discussion during this group project to go along with the writing prompt.

Dotted lines to cut along that will guide you
Teacher directions, tips, and background information on how to assemble the poster
coloring activity
Pi Writing Prompt
8.5×11 no writing prompt (one page)
8.5×11 with writing prompt (one page)
poster with writing prompt (25 pieces)
extra row (1 piece is copied 5 times -optional!)
16×20 poster with writing prompt (4 pieces)
6×20 poster no writing prompt (4 pieces)

For Differentiated Instruction: Give students alternative ways of exploring and expressing key ideas.
–allow students to work independently or collaboratively. As the teacher…YOU choose!
–Gives credit for artistic/creative expression, written responses, and effort.

Display in your classroom on the wall…better yet, hang your PI Day collaboration poster in the hall in a showcase!
Pi Day which is March 14th.

Created by Danielle Knight, © Study All Knight ™, The Knight Stuff, LLC

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