Yes, St. Patrick’s Day is coming, and a flood of green and mint-flavored things along with it. But this is a STEM blog, so we are more interested in the holiday coming three days prior – Pi Day! This month, we are loaded with resources to make any mathematician happy. For those of you also looking forward to St. Patty’s Day, don’t fret, because we have a St. Patty’s Day blog written by your favorite curriculum writer, Corey, dropping on the 17th.
Need an interesting way to teach C=2πr? Try having students code the Dobot Magician to draw a circle using its pen end-effector or use the suction cup to pick and place pizza toppings on a different kind of pie. Click below to learn more about the Dobot and our robotics curriculum packages.Shop Dobot Packages
Visit piday.org to learn about and celebrate Pi. Here are a few free activities:
We are headed to ITEEA (kind of). As we are still navigating this time of virtual meeting places, we will be attending virtual ITEEA to present our Build Smart EV Micro-Kart Kit curriculum on March 22nd. For more updates on what we are doing follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.