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Pi Day Color By Number Printables

These free Pi Day color by number printables are great for keeping the kids busy this year. Simply download and print the coloring pages for hours of creative fun!

Pi Day color by number printables.

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Pi Day Coloring Sheets:

Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th every year to celebrate the mathematical constant 3.14, better known as PI.

Each of these free pi day coloring pages can be saved directly to your computer by right clicking on the image and selecting “save”. Or you can download the complete printable pack of PDF files using the form at the bottom of the post. For personal use only.

Each of these work sheets would be fun for the kids to color and fill out. They are perfect for early learners to practise literacy skills, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination and math skills.

This activity sheet is a fun way for children to identify the pi symbol as they color in the picture.

Happy Pi Day color by number printables.

It’s easy to download, print and color these designs. The hard part for me would be choosing what to color with…. markers, pencils crayons, or watercolor pencil crayons?!

This fun worksheet could be cut out and glued to construction paper to make it more durable puzzle to use over and over again. It’s a great hands on activity that is sure to keep older children engaged.

3.14 Pi Day color by number printables.

Kids of all ages can enjoy identifying the digits of pi by coloring in each of the numbers with a different color. These printables make a great resource for older kids and younger children at a math center.

Fun ways to use activity printables:

  • Create a coloring and activity book 
  • Paint the printable, frame it and give to a friend
  • Complete the activities solo or with family
  • Print the activity sheets and laminate them so that they can be reused
  • Use them as a fun activity at your next party or event 
Pi Day color by number printables.

This activity worksheet is a great way for children to use to practise coloring. Young children will love to fill in the pi pictures with different colors too!

Color by number printables for Pi Day.

Younger students can celebrate a happy pi day by coloring in this easy pi symbol page. Kids will love fun activities that highlight the number pi in a creative way!

This free worksheet is a great activity for math lovers and older students.

Pi Day color by number printables.

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Color by number Pi Day printables.

The best way to utilize these free printable pi day activities is to print them off and make them into little booklets to share. I like to hole punch the pages and place them into duotangs because then they can be used over and over again!

You can download all of the printable coloring pages here:

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Six different Pi Day color by number printables.

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I'm an active mom of twin boys who is always looking for opportunities to inspire creativity through fun crafts, do-it-yourself projects and delicious recipes. This blog has been an integral part of supporting my little family and I am so grateful to have you become a part of our journey! Let's create together... Read more...

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