Student Teacher Remix Number of visits 25 Number of saves 3 3 National 0.0 stars View Resource Version History Report this resource Description Overview: Students will practice measuring the diameter and radius of various circular objects. Next, they will discover the ratio of pi to about 3. Then, using the number 3.14 for Pi, students will find the area of the various circular objects. Remix of: National Pi Day Activity Subject: Algebra, Geometry, Math 1 Level: Middle School, High School Grades: Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10 Material Type: Activity/Lab, Homework/Assignment Author: CHERYL WILLIAMS Date Added: 12/05/2023 License: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Language: English Media Format: Text/HTML Comments PATRICIA NORTON on Jul 03, 03:46pm Evaluation NC.EX.Math.7.G.A: Superior (3) This activity is in full alignment of the standard in allowing students to use real life examples for finding diameter and circumference to see the relationship with pi. PATRICIA NORTON on Jul 03, 03:46pm Evaluation Engagement: Superior (3) I think this activity is very hands on and engaging for students of all grades to explore the concepts of pi and why it works. PATRICIA NORTON on Jul 03, 03:46pm Evaluation Purpose: Strong (2) The technology component of watching the videos to understand pi, and the student created video for pi help students apply their knowledge of pi enhance the purpose of the lesson. Standards NC.EX.Math.7.G.A North Carolina Extended Standards for Mathematics Grade 7 Learning Domain: Geometry Standard: Solve real-life and mathematical problems involving area. Degree of Alignment: 3 Superior (1 user) Evaluations Achieve OER Average Score (3 Points Possible)Degree of Alignment3 (1 user)FocusN/A Engagement3 (1 user)EvaluationN/A AccuracyN/A AdequacyN/A AppropriatenessN/A Purpose2 (1 user)ReliabilityN/A AccessibilityN/A MotivationN/A ClarityN/A UsabilityN/A Tags (6) Area Circles Diameter Pi Radius Remix Sign in to add tags to this item.