Bedtime Math fan Leo S. asked us, how many steps does a jaguar take in 1 year? Read on to step into the math of jaguar steps and find out!
Bedtime Math fan Amber J. asked us, what is the biggest robot horse on Earth? Read on to find out about some pretty large robots – and horse around with the math!
If you had 1,000 pounds of butter, what would you do with it? Butter lots of pieces of toast? Melt it to make a lot of dipping sauce? How about make a statue out of it? Read on to butter up to the math behind the 1,000-pound butter sculpture at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.
Bedtime Math fan Sophie O. got inspiration from numbers in nature and asked us, how many twigs are in a bird’s nest? Read on to find out the answer, and discover the numbers in nest-building!
Have you ever stopped to think about how many spiders there are? Well, Bedtime Math fan Charlie Y. has and asked, how many spiders are in the whole world? Read on to find out – and do the legwork and math behind spiders!
It must be fun to have a tail. It must be even more fun to have a long tail and measure yourself in tail lengths. As Bedtime Math fan Nhya points out, the cats in the “Warrior Cat” book series measure like this. What would it be like if other animals did this? Read on to find out, and enjoy a math tall tail!
Thanksgiving is that holiday when we show our thankfulness for many things, including food. There are usually lots and lots of different foods on the table for Thanksgiving. But do you know what ingredient they all have in common? Read on to find out – and eat up the Thanksgiving dinner math!
When you go to the beach, it’s fun to search for seashells. But one guy recently found something bigger than that! Read on to find out what this surprise was – and sink your teeth into the math.
When you look in a river or stream, sometimes you see fish swimming around. But you don’t usually expect to see a giant fish sticking out of a building when you look up! That’s probably why this sculpture sticking through a building in Portland, Oregon is so eye-catching. Read on to find out about this flying fish sculpture and swim through the math.
Electric eels may not technically be eels, but they are definitely electric! These awesome animals can be over 6 feet long and deliver a 600-volt shock. Read on to see just how many batteries you could replace by having one pet electric eel – and do the shocking math behind these crazy creatures.