In 2009, the U.S house of Representatives voted to Officially Recognize March 14th as National Pi Day. It is also shared with Albert Einstein’s Birthday!

Eat Pie and have fun with Free Printables for March 14 International Pie Day Albert and Einstein Birthday

I am baking Pi Pies to celebrate. Each family member likes their own kind of pie though so I had to do individual pies. (Uh, no. I am not “making” pies. I said “Baking” with a “B”.)

3 14 happy pi day pie march 14th @dapperhouse

Luckily bakeries and grocery stores sell individual pies. There are even frozen pies that can be microwaved in 5 minutes! Have some fun with your child by having a bit of dessert in no time at all for pi day.

albert-einstein party time

You can download the free printables that I have in my photos to use at home. Just print, cut and tape to the back of a toothpick! So fast fun and easy you know it came from jenny at dapperhouse!

Enjoy your free printables for Albert Einstein Birthday and Pi Day on March 14th @dapperhouse

FUN FACTS about Pi Day & Albert Einstein


  • Pi is a number represented by 3.14 which is why March (3) 14th was picked to celebrate.
  • People from all over the world recognize pi day.
  • What is pi?  It is the Greek letter “π” symbol used in math to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. This number is 3.14159 but really this number goes on and on.


  • Einstein was the most famous scientist of all time. He was a physicist who created the Theory of Relativity and produced the most famous equation ever E = mc². This means energy equals mass multiplied by the speed of light squared.
  • Einsteins was against racism. He was friends with a founder of the NAACP named W.E.B. Dubois and during a 1946 speech Einstein called racism “a disease”.
  • Albert Einstein loved music, especially the violin, and said that if he was not a scientist he would choose to be a musician.

happy pi day and einsteins birthday march 14th free printables fun facts