Now you just need to read "

**The Buffon Needle Drop: a Math Activity for Pi Day**" in

**Decoded Science**to learn the background, the materials and how to run the experiment.

You will also learn the answer to "What is Pi Day"?

My

**DeHaan Services**article, "One Pi Day Math Activity is the Buffon Needle Drop", adds some advice for math teachers and particularly for math tutors to set up the Buffon experiment.

## The Second Pi Day Article is Circular

**Decoded Science**published the second of the three articles on this "Pi Day" theme.

"

**One Circular Math Activity for Pi Day**" involves measuring accurately, rather than calculating statistical results. It's publicized separately by "Second Math Activity for Pi Day 2013" in

**DeHaan Services**.

## The Third and Final Pi Day 2013 Article

**Roll Out the Simplest Mathematics Activity for Pi Day**" on Feb. 25.

## One Triple Writing Tip for Pi Day

**writing tip**that I have from writing about Pi Day is that there is a wealth of material on the subject.

Two more articles are waiting in the

**Decoded Science**wings.

This does remind me of several previous tips: if you find a topic with a lot of depth, jump in and cover it with several articles.

Even these three Pi Day articles leave a lot of room for more sub-topics and various angles for articles. When you find an interesting topic with lots of possibilities, just go for them!