Today we move from being pi observers to pi participants :)
Yes, yes, it’s cool to see all that can be done with pi musically (day one), in cartoon (day two) and with jokes (day three). But doesn’t it just leave you wanting to join in?! Frank suggested a pi cartoon that is pi-thetic and I bet he wasn’t the only one that got the creative juices rolling.
Today is your day! Jump in with a pi-ku of your own. Pi-ku is a take-off on haiku, but instead of having the syllable pattern 5-7-5, they use, you guessed it, 3-1-4.
To prime the pump, I’ll share some from last year’s submissions.
not just for shapes
Three year olds
Make me smile
Life springs from
Joys and sorrows
Pretty cool, eh?
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On Friday I am going to have my students write pi-kus and will share some on Saturday when I announce the winner of the pie. Amy
Now it is
Turn to pi-ku
See you in
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