Yes, we celebrate Pi Day in our house.
This week, create something that includes a pie shape, or numbers.
Share a link to your NEW project (no recycling pre-made, pre-published items) by Sunday night for a chance to win some fun Spring prizes. Our next challenge will be on Monday.
For a chance to win a Spring Paper Candy Kit today - fill in the blank. DO NOT LEAVE THE ANSWER IN THE COMMENTS - you will be disqualified. The first one to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org (checking by date stamp - not responsible for server delays) with the correct answer wins. If I receive more than TEN correct answers - I will provide TWO prizes, and the second one will be RANDOM. More players, more chances to win!
Remember, E-Mail your answer to email@example.com - put HAPPY NATIONAL Pi DAY in the subject line.
The Greek letter π, often spelled out pi in text, was first adopted for the number as an abbreviation of the Greek word for perimeter "περίμετρος" (or as an abbreviation for "perimeter/diameter") by _______ _____ in ____. [source: Wikipedia]
Don't forget to enter the weekly drawing by sharing a link to your NEW project (no recycling pre-made, pre-published items) by Sunday night for a chance to win some fun Spring prizes. [update: mr. linky is on the fritz this week so please place your links in the comments, thanks]