# The Ultimate Pi Day Video

Need some Pi Day activities or ideas? Check out our brand new Pi Day Video shares some awesome National Pi Day fun facts to share with your kids on March 14th.
If you could use some Pi Day 2017 activities to share with your kids, check out our infographic that shares some of the coolest and most interesting National Pi Day fun facts ever.
Your kids will learn answers to questions like:
1.) What is the earliest recorded reference to Pi?
2.) What does the Pi symbol mean?
3.) Who was the first person to use the Pi symbol?
4.) Where and when was Pi Day first celebrated?
5.) Why do we celebrate Pi Day?
6.) What famous people are born on Pi Day?
7.) Do most Americans prefer pie or cake?

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