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    Tuesday Roll Call - Pi Day edition!
    G'morning, everyone!! Yep. Pi Day. Happiest of all the dessert days. Because it means there is an excuse to have 3.14 pieces. And that is something worth celebrating!! Some fun links to kick off the festivities....

    Writing prompt from Time4Writing.com

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    Pinterest board of activities from Science4Us:
    https://www.pinterest.com/science4us/pi-day-fun/

    Vocabulary & Spelling List and Games from VocabularySpellingCity:
    Pi Day 4th Grade Spelling City April Elementary School Pompano Beach FL

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    Anybody have any creative ways you're celebrating today?? (Memes appreciated, too!)


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    Tuesday Roll Call - Pi Day edition!
    Danica McKellar's Math Bites Pi Episode is a favorite around here.
    Rebecca
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    Rats! I should have checked out Sir Cumference and the First Round Table from the library. DD, although 20, would have loved it.

    We're making raspberry pi here. Enjoy the day, everyone!
    Carol

    Homeschooled two kids for 11 years, now trying to pay it forward


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    Son -- a Purdue University senior majoring in Computer Science, minoring in math, geology, anthropology, and history

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    We usually have something pi-ish planned, but somehow it slipped right by this year! We always recite pi as far as we can at 3:14 and 15 seconds in the afternoon. I believe the farthest any of the kids have memorized it is to about 130 places.

    Happy Einstein's Birthday too!
    Learning, Living, and Loving Life outside of the norm with 8 kids.

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    I had forgotten because we have just come off of vacation, but I think we'll make something/pick something up tonight at the store. We have a meeting to go to this evening, but I'm sure we'll do something.

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    Not really doing much for pi day here. although later going to make some sopapilla cheesecake dessert. It is yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmy! besides that today is normal day with schoolwork and oh yea bottle feeding 4 baby goats that are only a few days old. Yay me.
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