This week learners will create a work of art using pi. The goal here is not to understand pi, but to play with randomness. We will dive into the ratio of circumference and diameter on another week. Pi’s decimals go on forever and without pattern. Here are some ideas to play with that randomness:

- Build a skyline with your favorite building toy using the digits of pi
- Use graph paper and shade a skyline of pi
- Assign a note from 0-9 on instruments or bells and have the learners play the digits in order to hear the randomness
- Example: C = 0, D = 1, E = 2, F = 3, G =4, A = 5, B = 6, C = 7, D = 8, E = 9 (where you use more than an octave. You can also use sharps, flats, or skip notes)
- You can also assign chords to each digit rather than notes

- String or circle art with pi (you can do a circle with 10 points)