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Pi Challenges
Penny Angelo

6th-grade students in Mrs. Loving’s class celebrated Pi Day with a slew of challenges. Students began the day by writing a pi ku poem. Similar to the format of a haiku poem, the pi ku is written in a format that includes three lines with a certain amount of syllables in each line. Since pi is equivalent to 3.14, the first line contains three syllables, the second contains one syllable, and the final line has four. Students even voted on the best pi ku! The challenges continued with a puzzle that formed the pi symbol, and classes concluded their celebration with a dice game where students competed to roll the first five digits of pi in order. Don’t forget to have a slice of pie on March 14!

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