Ty Wilson Law - March 2020

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MARCH 2020

FROM THE DESK OF Ty Wilson Make every day a celebration with these odd March holidays. 1. Peanut Butter Lovers’Day 17. Tea for Two Tuesday

18. Goddess of Fertility Day

2. Old Stuff Day

3. If Pets Had

19. Poultry Day

Thumbs Day

20. Extraterrestrial Abductions Day

4. Holy

Experiment Day

21. Credit Card

5. Multiple

Reduction Day

Personality Day

SPEND TIME WITH YOUR FAMILY ON INTERNATIONAL PI DAY HAVE YOUR PI AND EAT IT, TOO!

22. National Goof Off Day

6. Dentist’s Day

7. National Crown Roast of Pork Day

23. National

Puppy Day

8. International Women’s Day

24. National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day

For thousands of years, pi (π) has been a source of inspiration andmystery. On March 14, International Pi Day, you can share that inspiration with your family! This holiday is often overlooked, but it’s actually a fantastic educational opportunity. Here are some fun ways to engage your kids’mathematical and creative curiosities.

9. Panic Day

25. Waffle Day

10. Middle Name Pride Day

26. Make Up Your

Own Holiday Day

11. Johnny

Solving the Unsolvable Pi is a constant number, meaning it continues for infinity—or does it?

27. National“Joe”Day

Appleseed Day

28. Something on a Stick Day

12. Plant a Flower Day

That’s the question. Nobody has ever calculated the exact ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter; we just get new approximations. Your childmight ask why we can’t find the answer with computers or your smartphone, but a Japanese mathematician used technology to help solve the mystery. In 600 hours and by using a HITACHI SR8000/MPP supercomputer, Yasumasa Kanada has revealed nearly 1.2411 trillion digits of pi, but the number still remains unresolved. For many, pi is a symbol for an essential truth: There are some things we can only get closer to knowing. Your childmight be intrigued by the idea that every circle they’ve ever seen has an unsolvable mystery. Seeing Pi Math affects the real world and howwe define it. There’s no better way to show this than with pi! Take a piece of string andmeasure the diameter of a circular object with your child. Use that

13. Blame Someone Else Day

29. National Mom

and Pop Business Owners Day

14. National Pi Day

15. Everything You

30. I am in

Think isWrong Day

Control Day

16. Everything You Do is Right Day

31. National

Crayon Day

-Ty Wilson

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