Its Pi-Day today! The day to celebrate our love for circles and math and of course, pies!
What is Pi? Download this article from a previous Smore issue to learn more.
But this year Pi-day is looking so different. It’s certainly not getting the attention it usually gets every other year.
Now you are thinking- Sorry Pi-day, I got to figure out what I am going to do with the schools closed and kids at home. How can I keep them learning and keep myself calm?
So here are some fun kid-friendly recipes to celebrate Pi-day to keep kids busy, and learning. Get your kids measuring, mixing and whipping up a yummy pie and make the most of this time as a family.
- Tiny Pies
A great recipe from Kidstir that starts with storebought pie crust to make it easier for kids. These tiny pies are a great way to introduce kids to baking and teaching them about measurements, and proportions.
2. Mini Banana Cream Pies
5 simple ingredients come together in this super simple recipe to make delicious mini pies that kids will love to make and devour. Plus they get to do a mini science experiment as they add pudding mix and milk and watch it thicken. A tasty lesson in polymer chemistry right at home.
3. No-Bake Peanut Butter Oreo Pie
You’ll love how easy this No Bake Peanut Butter Pie is to make and your kids are going to love all the peanut butter Oreo cookies mixed in!
There you have it. 3 amazing recipes with easy to find ingredients and simple enough to make. Now gather those kids and your bakeware and celebrate Pi-day the way it is meant to be celebrated- by making and eating pies.