Let’s do a little twist on Pi day….and make it Pie Day.
Okay, the math stuff: According to piday.org, “Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. Pi has been calculated to over one trillion digits beyond its decimal point. It will continue infinitely without repetition or pattern.” You remember all that right? A couple of my kids are actually studying this right now.
Now the playful stuff: Pie for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner? Of course!…. and don’t forget dessert. It’s Pi Day! Therefore, it’s Pie Day!
Credit for all pictures and links go the original bloggers and websites.
Breakfast? Maple Bacon Breakfast Pie from www.tablespoon.com
This is the sweetest looking pie ever! So clever and fun with the bacon weave on top. We often have bacon and eggs for breakfast – what a fun way to change it up.
Lunch? Pizza Pie from buzzfeedlife.com
I am pretty sure saying, “Pizza Pie” must be said in an Italian accent. I can’t help but hear Chef Pisghetti from Curious George in the background. This ooey-gooey pie will surely satisfy your cravings. Would be perfect with a garden salad along side it.
Dinner? Chicken Pot Pie from allrecipes.com
Nope can’t go wrong here. Cozy and comfy and super tasty. Your family is sure to feel loved with a special pie like this….they won’t even notice there is veggies inside. (maybe)
Dessert? Mini French Silk Cookie Pies from pillsbury.com
Let’s not forget some sweetness to celebrate the day. Yummy and cute these will be a real treat.
Activities? I have always been impressed with 123homeschool4me.com How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World.
It’s a whole unit study based on the book. Travel around the world and learn lots while “making” an apple pie.
What is your favorite kind of pie? Share below in comments.
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