
Wonderopolis: What Is Pi?
This Wonderopolis article includes an embedded video, illustrations and description of pi.
https://wonderopolis.org/wonder/whatispi


Numberphile Does Pi
The entertaining Numberphile website has a YouTube playlist with videos all about Pi. There are several videos here to explore including Sounds of Pi, Pi is Beautiful, Pi Me a River and more.
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4870492ACBDC2E7C


Calculating Pi with Real Pies
In this video, a mathematician attempts to calculate Pi with actual pies...hundreds of pies. Learn about the serious math involved.
https://youtu.be/ZNiRzZ66YN0


Pi and Four Fingers
Who knew that the Simpsons could someday help you understand math? In this video, the host describes the connection between the Simpsons and the mathematical Pi.
https://youtu.be/K305Vu7hFg0


TED: My passion for Pi
In this engaging five minute video, 9yearold Chirag Singh confesses his irrational love for Pi — and not the kind you eat. He describes pi and our history of understanding and calculating pi.
https://blog.ted.com/mypassionforpichiragsinghontedxtalks/


Numbers of Pi
Would you like to see Pi represented as more than 3.14? How about computed to several thousand digits?
https://www.exploratorium.edu/pi/numbersofpi


DK Find Out: Pi
Here's a short studentfriendly description of the mathematical pi as well as an explanation of the symbol π.
https://www.dkfindout.com/us/math/numbers/pi/


A Brief History of π
Pi has been known for almost 4000 years. Learn about the history of understanding this mathematical value and how it has been calculated and represented over the years.
https://www.exploratorium.edu/pi/historyofpi


Visualizing Pi
Check out this infographic about Pi. How can we visualize a concept that has been computed to more than a trillion digits?
http://visual.ly/visualizingpi


TED: The infinite life of pi
Did you know that we've known the number of pi for over 4,000 years? Or that the number represented by pi has infinite numerals? This video explains how pi is connected to the study of music, financial models, and even the density of the universe.
http://ed.ted.com/lessons/theinfinitelifeofpireynaldolopes
