Try saying “We’re real rear wheels” 10 times fast — or even just twice. Not so easy, huh? That’s called a tongue twister, because it twists up your tongue. Read on for some more tricky phrases, and do the tongue twisting math!
This mama duck and her baby ducklings look like they should be somewhere else, like floating on a lake. But they look happy just waddling along. Read on to find out where these baby birds are on their way to, and waddle along with the math in their adventure!
Bedtime Math fans really want to know about animal years. Victoria and Emilia I. asked, can you measure years using animals other than dogs? And Sophie L. asked how old her cats are in cat years. Read on to do the math on the age of our favorite furry pals!
We humans aren’t the only creatures who can do math. Crickets can, too! Read on to find out what counting cricket chirps can tell you, and do the nature math.
We know we can teach an animal to dance: we see it at the circus all the time. But do regular wild animals hear music and dance on their own, matching the beat? Click “Read More” to find out and do the math.
Dogs like to play catch, fetch, or just chase us across the yard. But one dog can do much neater, trickier tricks. Read on to find out what cool things Nelly the golden retriever can do – and play with the math!
Lots of animals can make great pets. But which are the most popular ones? It all depends on what you count. Read on to do the fluffy, fun math on our furry friends!
Really colorful animals are pretty, like the poison dart frog. But sometimes their colors are giving you a warning. Read on to find out just how these frogs are talking to you with their creative colors, and jump to it with the math in poison dart frogs!
Bedtime Math fans Alex and Jacob W. asked us, which animal of all has the most babies at once? Read on to find out – and do the math on having all those brothers and sisters!
Dogs love to learn new tricks, and zoologist Mark Vette has trained three rescue dogs to do a pretty neat one. Read on to find out what it is – and do the tail-wagging math!