Pi Day Activity Collaborative Poster




Creating a pi day poster for March 14th (3/14) is an excellent way to celebrate this mathematical holiday.

This collaborative “Happy Pi Day Poster” has the first 40 digits of pi running through the background behind the Pi sign. Make this colorful 30″ x 48” poster or door decoration in math class, art class, or in your homeschool group.  This also makes an eye-catching hallway display! 

Coordinates for each piece are given, but for an extra challenge, you could make students put it together like a puzzle (especially if they are working on memorizing Pi)!


What You Get:

  • Tips for Success (4 pages)
  • Sample Banners (1 page)
  • Pattern Ideas (3 pages)
  • Banner Pages (40 pages) – makes a 30″ x 48″ poster

>>>>> A total of 48 pages!


Instructions are given for the yellow and purple color scheme, but you can substitute your own light and dark color. You can get fantastic results with just markers and colored pencils. Grab a few sets of markers from different brands to get a variety of light and dark purples. 

This banner is assembled easily with just a glue stick using the tabs to overlap and add strength to the banner. The tabs are also great for keeping track of students’ names and putting the pieces in order by coordinates. Tabs at the end of the row and bottom row can be folded over to the back and glued for a little extra reinforcement. 


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My sixth graders enjoyed this activity as part of our Pi Day festivities. We did it right before the 2020 shutdown, so it was a fun, engaging way to end our year together. Plus! I now have a beautiful, one of a kind, poster to hang in my classroom.

~ Enjoying the Little Things


Use the Pi Day Poster for an engaging activity that encourages teamwork and problem-solving skills.



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