Pi Day, March 14th

March 14th (3.14) we celebrate Pi. Π is the symbol used to
represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its
diameter and is our favorite irrational number!


Did you know Albert Einstein was born on Pi Day?
Above his Desk at Princeton University, is the following quote.

"Not everything that counts can be counted, and not
everything that can be counted counts".


Our Pi Digits Pencils are a must have giveaway for your students and friends. Order early to ensure Pre-Pi Day Delivery!



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Hex Pi Digits Pencils

900128

 
   For Pi Day and all year through.

How many numbers of Pi can your brain retain? Our New Pi Digits Pencil features the first 60 numbers of Pi printed on assorted color pencils. Soft erasers, number 2 lead, non-toxic, supplied unsharpened, 144 pencils per gross box.
 
   
Price:$ 21.49  
 
 
   
 

Round Pi Pencils

2077Y

 
   How many numbers of Pi can your brain retain? Our Pi Pencils feature the first numbers of Pi printed high quality red round pencils. Soft erasers, number 2 lead, non-toxic, supplied unsharpened, 144 pencils per gross box.
 
   
Price:$ 22.69  
 
 
   
 

Pi is Pie Mind Blown Mug

900601

 
   Our new Pi is Pie Mind Blown Mug will delight both Teachers and Students alike! It's a fun way to express your irrational love of Pi. Dishwasher and microwave safe. 11 oz.
 
   
Price:$ 3.99  
 
 
   
 

Math is Easy as Pi Pin

2099G

 
   A fun accessory for Pi Day and all year through. Challenge students to memorize all 60 digits shown on our Hex Pi Pencils and award the winners with a Pi Pin! Metal and enamel. Clutch back.
 
   
Price:$ 2.19  
 
 
   
 

Brain Erasers - Brain Shaped Pencil Top Erasers

1517R

 
   These brain erasers are smart enough to erase errors. Assorted color brains. 36 erasers per bag.

A great product for Pi Day (March 14) and all year through!
 
   
Price:$ 9.99  
 
 
   
 

Pi Mug

8558

 
   The ultimate math teacher's gift. This humorous mug shares your irrational love of pi with the world. You can even use pi to determine the circumference of this white-ceramic mug. Dishwasher and microwave safe.
 
   
Price:$ 3.99  
 
 
   
 

FOIL Method Mug

900600

 
   Factor in your love for the FOIL Method with our new FOIL Method Mug! Dishwasher and microwave safe. 11 oz.
 
   
Price:$ 3.99  
 
 
   
 

FOIL Method Pencils

900598

 
   Our new FOIL Method Pencils are a fun way to introduce this algebraic concept to your students. Your class will quickly master the technique for multiplying two binomials. Each pencil is adorned with a sample problem and solution for quick reference along with the FOIL acronym and fun quips about algebra. 144 pencils per gross. Supplied unsharpened.
 
   
Price:$ 21.99  
 
 
   
 

Pythagorean Theorem Pencils

900599

 
   Our new Pythagorean Theorem Pencils are a fun way to introduce this geometric concept to your students. Your class will quickly master the properties of Right Angle Triangles. 144 pencils per gross. Supplied unsharpened.
 
   
Price:$ 21.99  
 
 
   
 

Neon Order of Operations Pencil

2079V

 
   A brainy pencil for sharp minds.
Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally - The Order of Operations.

Help students learn the correct order to perform algebraic equations. Parentheses -> Exponenets -> Multiplication -> Division -> Addition -> Subtraction.

Soft erasers, No. 2 bonded lead, non-toxic, supplied unsharpened, 144 pencils per gross box.

A great product for Pi Day (March 14) and all year through!
 
   
Price:$ 21.99  
 

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