**Happy Pi Day, Everyone!**

*The History*

Pi Day is a day to celebrate the mathematical constant Pi (π), used in geometry, number theory and calculus. Pi is the name given to the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, approximately 3.14159. The earliest known celebrations of Pi Day occurred in 1988 at San Francisco’s Exploratorium, where the public and staff walked around in a circular path, while eating fruit pies. The museum continues to celebrate the day each year, and in 2009, the US Congress officially designated March 14th as National Pi Day.

*The Badge*

We were so excited about this, that we wanted to have a Pi Day Sporcle exclusive. To earn the badge? You just have to play Kinds of Pie, and get at least 10 correct on the Digits of Pie quiz. Sweet Sporcle success goes well with anything, but especially with numbers and pie.

*The Tutorial Sing-a-Longs*

We realize that it might be hard to memorize the digits of Pi, especially if you want to really excel. So we’ve included a couple of videos to get you started: