In celebration of International Pi Day , Cairns Children’s Museum will be hosting a celebration of Circles, at Tanks Arts Centre on Sunday, March 13th, 9am – 12pm There will be
In celebration of International Pi Day , Cairns Children’s Museum will be hosting a celebration of Circles, at Tanks Arts Centre on Sunday, March 13th, 9am – 12pm
There will be Chalk art circles, bubbles, round foods, circle themed lawn games, recycled bottle top art, and of course, activities related to Pi.
The goal is to learn about Pi (π) in a hands-on, interactive way, and show children that there is math all around us, and that learning about it is fun!
So come along and be part of the fun for just a GOLD COIN donation🎉
o Bubble Demonstrations and play by Bugzy Bumblebee
o Circle themed Messy Play by Little Quokkas
o Calculate the Circumference of Tank 3
o Make your own parachute to use in CCM’s Wind Tunnel
o Construct a Zoetrope (an early form of animation technology)
o Write your own Pi-Ku
o Create some Recycled Bottletop Kandinsky Circle Art
o Play Lawn games and activities
o Get your photo taken in the Green and Glamour Photo Booth (10am-12pm
Schedule of Events:
9:30 am- Welcome.
Story Time- Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi
Discovering Pi Demonstration
11:45- Closing Remarks- Raffle Draw
Pies by Meldrum’s Pies
*Pi packs, raffle tickets, and circle themed food available for purchase.
Building on the success of the inaugural Pi Day- A Celebration of Circles last year, Cairns Children’s
Museum is back at Tanks Arts Centre for a morning of hands-on, interactive play all around the theme
of circles and all things round!
There is maths all around us, and Pi Day is a great way to show kids learning about maths IS FUN!
All aspects of the morning have a circle theme and a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering,
Arts, Mathematics) focus. Activities are geared for children under 12.
Pi (π) is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. For any circle, the distance around the
edge is a little more than three times the distance across. Pi Day is observed on March 14 (3/14 in the
month/day format) since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π. It also happens to be
Albert Einstein’s Birthday
(Sunday) 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
TANKS Art Centre