# March 14: Pi Day Puzzle & Activities | Graph Ordered Pairs | Integer Operations

March 14 corresponds to 3/14 — the day when we celebrate Pi Day. The skills include graphing ordered pairs, operations with integers, absolute value, and exponents. When students solve the clues, they will learn the Mystery Year when mathematician William Jones chose the Greek symbol pi to represent the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of any circle.

Your Zip download includes printable/digital PDFs:

- 2-page printable Student Puzzle
- 2-page Answer Key with sample solutions
- A complete file including the student puzzle, answer key, 6 pages of Teacher Notes including step-by-step Solutions, Extensions (including an extensive collection of Pi Day activities), Historical Notes, and a variety of professional development support.

**Common Core Standard:**7.G.4, MP2, 6.RP.3.d, 7.RP.2.a, 7.RP.3, 7.RP.1.

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March 14 corresponds to 3/14 — the day when we celebrate Pi Day. The skills include graphing ordered pairs, operations with integers, absolute value, and exponents. When students solve the clues, they will learn the Mystery Year when mathematician William Jones chose the Greek symbol pi to represent the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of any circle.

Your Zip download includes printable/digital PDFs:

- 2-page printable Student Puzzle
- 2-page Answer Key with sample solutions
- A complete file including the student puzzle, answer key, 6 pages of Teacher Notes including step-by-step Solutions, Extensions (including an extensive collection of Pi Day activities), Historical Notes, and a variety of professional development support.