If you crack open enough cooled lava rocks, you might find a shiny surprise in one of them. But just how many would you have to smash to find this sparkling rock? Read on to find out – and shine bright with the math!
Getting muddy can be lots of fun. And that’s what our friend here, the wild boar, thinks. Read on for more about this cousin to the pig – and get your hands dirty with some muddy math!
When you drizzle real maple syrup onto your pancakes, you probably use just a few tablespoons. But it takes a lot more than a few tablespoons of sticky tree sap to make a bottle of this delicious topping. Read on to find out how it’s made and do the sweet, syrupy math!
Bedtime Math fan Audrey C. asked us, how does a caterpillar turn into a butterfly? Read on to find out the long journey one little bug makes to become a beautiful butterfly – and do the math in this cheery and colorful change!
Pie is yummy, and it’s even more fun when you can play with your pie to make 3-D geometric shapes! Read on to eat up the math in this “pie-cosahedron.”
Animal shelters have all kinds of animals living there. For example, one animal shelter in Arkansas has a resident capybara, who is friends with puppies, turtles, deer, and basically everyone else at the shelter! Read on to see how Cheesecake the capybara’s friends have multiplied over the years – and do the math on capybaras.
On St. Patrick’s Day, people like to make all kinds of things green. One of our favorite ways to celebrate happens in Chicago. Read on to find out about the celebration that’s bound to make you green with envy – and do the St. Patrick’s Day math!
Ever wonder how ants find their ways home? Scientists did, too – which led to a funny experiment with ants, the desert, and pig hairs. Read on to find out about this odd experiment – and play with the numbers in ant navigation!
How many tooth brushings should you get out of a tube of toothpaste? And if you’re getting more than that, are you using too little toothpaste? What is the right...
On Pi Day (3/14), we like to celebrate a very special number and circles. And what better way than with some citrus circle math? Read on for the secret math of citrus fruits!