Free Pi Day Scavenger Hunt Printable

Have fun on March 14th with our free Pi Day scavenger hunt printable.

Use this with our other free Pi Day activities, and have lots of math fun.

Whether you’re at home, in the classroom, or even outdoors, this game adapts to your environment, offering various ways to play and learn.

Keep reading to discover the different methods to enjoy this game. Ensuring your Pi Day is filled with excitement, learning, and plenty of mathematical discoveries!

pi day scavenger hunt free printable

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This Pi Day scavenger hunt printable is a fantastic game to play either at home, at school, or at the library.

If you are playing with multiple children they can either work in teams or alone.

Have fun on Pi Day with the kids

We love to have fun and this Pi Day scavenger hunt is no exception. Perfect to play on 03.14 either in the classroom, at home, or the library.

Everything the kids need to find begins with the letters Pi. There are 15 items that need to be found on the visual hunt:

  1. Pirate
  2. Pie
  3. Piano
  4. Picnic table
  5. Pineapple
  6. Pig
  7. Pigeon
  8. Pins
  9. Picture
  10. Pinecone
  11. Pink
  12. Pinata
  13. Pizza
  14. Pillow
  15. Piece of paper
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There are an additional 5 items to find on the black and white written list:

  • pinwheel
  • ping pong
  • pilot
  • pickle
  • pincushion
pi day scavenger hunt pdf

How to play the Pi Day scavenger hunt?

Download the printable Pi Day hunts below. There are 2 pages to print out.

pi day scavenger hunt free printables

These free printable scavenger hunts are for personal and classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the post and add your email address to get the free pdf file.

Playing the Pi Day Scavenger Hunt is a fun and educational activity that can be adapted for different ages and settings. Here’s a general guide:


  • Print the scavenger hunt sheets. You’ll have one with images of items starting with “Pi” for younger kids, and another with words beginning with “Pi” for older kids.
  • Familiarize yourself with the items or words listed so you can guide the children if needed.

Set the scene:

  • For younger children, hide or place the objects (or pictures of them) around the area where you’re conducting the hunt. Just cut out an extra page and hide the pictures.
  • For older children, no physical setup is needed as they’ll be searching for items or concepts that start with “Pi” in their surroundings.
pi day scavenger hunt images

Explaining the rules:

  • Inform the kids about what they are looking for – objects that start with the letters “Pi” or words that begin with “Pi”.
  • Set a time limit for the scavenger hunt to add a sense of excitement.

Starting the hunt:

  • Distribute the scavenger hunt sheets and pencils or pens.
  • Start the timer and let the kids begin their hunt.
  • For younger kids, assist them in finding and identifying the items.

Concluding the game:

  • Once the time is up, gather everyone together.
  • You can give small prizes or certificates for participation or for those who found the most items.

Educational twist:

  • Use this opportunity to discuss the significance of Pi in mathematics.
  • Relate the items found to mathematical concepts or the number Pi itself.

This game is a great way to celebrate Pi Day, encouraging learning, exploration, and fun!

You will also enjoy our free Pi Day word search printable.

Additional PI Day fun

If you are looking for even more fun PI Day activities check out these:

I have just ordered this really cute PI Day t-shirt to wear, irrational but well-rounded!

Other scavenger hunts you can enjoy in the classroom

scavenger hunt printable bundle


Need to print later? Add this to your Pinterest board or share it on Facebook. You’ll have it handy whenever you’re ready to use it!

Download the free Pi Day scavenger hunt printable

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)

Last Updated on 18 July 2024 by Clare Brown

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