Pi Reciting contest - each student will recite pi to their teacher to as many places they can, the top ten from each class will will move on the the next round

Hula Hoop Contest - The kids will hula hoop one from each group at a time, when the hoop drops, that person is out, there will be a winner out of each group of three. This will keep going til there are 5 left in each class. These 5 will move on.

Pi Scavenger Hunt - The students will go on a scavenger hunt and at the end of the scavenger hunt there will be a math problem, the 2 from each team that gets closest to the correct answer will move on to last round.

Pi Eating Contest - There will be 5 pies for each team and the 2 students from each grade will have their hands tied behind their backs and will have to "eat" the pies to find the hidden gumball in the pies. The team that finds the gumball first will be the winning team.

At the end of the day the team with the most wins will be the Pi Day champion. The teacher of the class with the least number of wins will be pied. (if there is a tie, the tie breaker will be for the two losing teachers will compete in the pi reciting contest)

Below is the schedule and list of activities for PI Day!Calulating Pi by throwing weenies - all students from all classes (materials needed - masking tape and weenies) http://www.wikihow.com/Calculate-Pi-by-Throwing-Frozen-Hot-DogsPi Day Games will be as follows:Pi Reciting contest- each student will recite pi to their teacher to as many places they can, the top ten from each class will will move on the the next roundHula Hoop Contest -The kids will hula hoop one from each group at a time, when the hoop drops, that person is out, there will be a winner out of each group of three. This will keep going til there are 5 left in each class. These 5 will move on.Pi Scavenger Hunt -The students will go on a scavenger hunt and at the end of the scavenger hunt there will be a math problem, the 2 from each team that gets closest to the correct answer will move on to last round.Pi Eating Contest -There will be 5 pies for each team and the 2 students from each grade will have their hands tied behind their backs and will have to "eat" the pies to find the hidden gumball in the pies. The team that finds the gumball first will be the winning team.At the end of the day the team with the most wins will be the Pi Day champion. The teacher of the class with the least number of wins will be pied. (if there is a tie, the tie breaker will be for the two losing teachers will compete in the pi reciting contest)