Friday, February 16, 2024

FREE MATH LESSON - “Pi Day! Interactive Notebook Activity (FREE)”

by Gail Hennessey
4th - 8th Grade

Use this Interactive Notebook Activity to share with students some fun facts about Pi. Great for Pi Day or any day you are looking for an Interactive Notebook Activity to use with your students.

Looking for a reading about math? Check out this reading passage on Hypatia, the first known female mathematician: Hypatia

Share this STEM reading resource with your students. This particular reading is on Ada Lovelace, thought to be the world's first computer Programmer. The short reading shares(in the first person) a recounting of the person's life(in this case Ada Lovelace) There are several Did You Know? fun facts, comprehension questions, a map skill activity for the area of the world the person lived, a teacher's section with extension activities, the key and additional links.

Great for a STEM reading on a women mathematician, a Friday activity, for Women's History Month, Pi Day, a substitute lesson and more.

Other Math/Science related resources:

1. Reader's Theater Script on Katherine Johnson, the Computer that Wore Skirts:

2. Reader's Theater Script on Albert Einstein:

3. Reader's Theater Script on Galileo:

4. Reader's Theater Script on Sir Isaac Newton:

5. Reader's Theater Script on Marie Curie:

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