March 14th is almost here and it’s time to celebrate your favorite mathematical holiday, Pi Day!

And if you're looking for some awesome Pi Day 2017 activities to share with your kids, check out our infographic that shares interesting National Pi Day fun facts that will blow your mind!

Your kids will learn answers to questions like:

1.) What is the earliest recorded reference to Pi?

2.) Who was the first person to use the Pi symbol?

3.) Where, when, and why was Pi Day first celebrated?

4.) What famous people are born on Pi Day?

**National Pi Day Fun Facts InfoGraphic**

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You can also watch the video version of our Pi Day Infographic on YouTube. Check it out below:

**Pi Day Video**

**Do you have any unique ideas for celebrating Pi Day with your kids? Please share your thoughts in the comments below.**

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**By Anthony Persico**

*Anthony is the content crafter and head educator for YouTube's** MashUp Math** and an advisor to Amazon Education's '**With Math I Can**' Campaign. You can often find me happily developing animated math lessons to share on my **YouTube channel** . Or spending way too much time at the gym or playing on my phone.*