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## Pi Day

How will you celebrate Pi day in your classroom? Pi day lands on a Saturday this year 2020 but we plan to celebrate a day early on Friday March 13th. Here are some ideas including a free download from NumberLoving.

Beauty of Pi
Use this video below to demonstrate the beauty of Pi or download the app by Fraser McKay and Chris Smith from their PiWire site here to explore Pi and other numbers visually.

One Million Digits of Pi
Display as a list here or a rap video by AsapScience for just the first 100 digits in the video below.

Pi Day Dingbats
These are great for form time; say what you see! Download this PowerPoint presentation shared by Lloyd here.

Two different puzzle styles, one is a straight forward pi-doku based on Sudoku but only using the digits 314 and the second is a reasoning puzzle similar to GCSE area/percentage question with no dimensions.

Check out our Pi Day bundle by clicking the link below, this includes resources suitable up to Higher GCSE Maths in the mystery which involves the equations of a circle.

Check out our previous blog post Pi-Day Resources for more ideas to celebrate the day!!

We would love to hear your Pi day activities! Get in touch via @numberloving or NumberLoving’s Facebook page!

You might also be interested in visiting our online store for more free and premium resources.

NumberLoving Sharon

## Pie Chart Free Resources up to Higher GCSE Maths

A quick blog to share free set of pie chart resources, require no-prep printable downloads, that we produced when NumberLoving joined up with LittleStreams in collaboration.

The worksheets produced by Littlestreams help introduce how to calculate angles in order to construct Pie Charts. Once pupils are able to construct, you can move them into completing the NumberLoving Treasure Hunt. This requires pupils to interpret pie charts; finding amounts from pie chart sectors and includes questions like those included in Higher EdExcel and AQA GCSE 9-1 Maths papers.

Check out our Teacher Hack blog post below which will mean no excuses when pupils say “I haven’t got a protractor”! Maths Teacher Hack- Part 1

Get in touch via @numberloving or NumberLoving’s Facebook page!
You might also be interested in visiting our online store for more free and premium resources.

NumberLoving Sharon

Our fourth freebie this week is a series of four maths picto-puzzles each of varying difficulty.

Here is an example page;

They include addition, subtraction puzzles and multiplication. Challenge your students to find the value of each Valentines symbol, watch out for valentine’s symbols within symbols on the more challenging picto-puzzle 4 and 5.

This free download includes 4 different Valentine picto-puzzles which can be displayed or printed as worksheets, with solutions. Ideal for a quick starter or plenary. You should also check out our premium Valentine bundle.

Click the picture below to visit this bundle.

Don’t forget to check out this weeks Valentine posts for our freebies!

We would love to hear your Valentine Math ideas! Get in touch via @numberloving or NumberLoving’s Facebook page!

You might also be interested in visiting our Store for both free and premium resources.

NumberLoving Sharon

## What’s the Substitute for Love? Free Valentines Maths Activity

More NumberLove to share and we ask if there is a substitute for love? Well the only substitution we’re covering here is algebraic substitution!

Click on the picture above to get the free download from our store. If you like this you will LOVE our Valentine Math bundle, available via our store. It includes these two Math Art resources.

Click the picture below to visit this bundle.

We would love to hear your Valentine Math ideas! Get in touch via @numberloving or NumberLoving’s Facebook page!

You might also be interested in visiting our Store for both free and premium resources.

NumberLoving Sharon

## Is there Space in your Heart? Free Area and Perimeter Problem Love

Another quick NumberLoving freebie Maths activity for the week of love, leading up to Valentine’s Day. Definitely suitable for GCSE 9-1 Maths and has plenty of challenge (Pythagoras, multi-step, area of parts of circles, area of sectors and segments).

There are five different hearts and pupils are asked to find the area and perimeter of the heart. The hearts are made up of triangles and two semi-circles or the more challenging heart (heart 5) requires pupils to calculate the area of two identical major circle segments.

Take a closer look at worksheet five for the extra challenge, suitable starter or plenary for Higher GCSE students.

Download the full free resource via the link below; this includes five different hearts of varying challenge that can be printed as worksheets (or displayed) and includes the solutions!

Look out for more freebies this week as we share the Number Love!

We would love to hear your Valentine Math ideas! Get in touch via @numberloving or NumberLoving’s Facebook page!

You might also be interested in visiting our Store for both free and premium resources.