Bedtime Math fan Yuri R. S. asked us, how many pictures are taken every year around the world? When you add up all the devices that can take photos, it ends up being a lot! Read on to find out how fast the photos add up.
Cats may sleep most of the day, but when they’re up, they move around a lot! One guy wanted to know just how much, so he attached a device to his cat’s collar that counted his steps. Read on to see how this cat’s meow-vment really added up!
Bedtime Math fan Quinn F. asked us, how many stairs would you need to walk to the Moon? Read on to find out, and step up with the math behind this fun fan question!
It may be difficult for you to find shoes that you like and are comfy. But just imagine how hard it is for the person with the world’s biggest feet! Read on to walk in the shoes of this world record holder – and step into the math in shoe sizes.
Have you ever wanted to be a ninja? Well, this girl is well on her way with her very own backyard ninja course. And you’d be surprised how much math there is in being a super sneaky spy. Read on to swing through the ninja math!
Bedtime Math fans Parker and Kenley M. grow thousands of potatoes – some in really cool shapes like hearts, hands, ducks and dinosaurs – on their family farm. All those potatoes got them thinking, and they asked us, how many potatoes would it take to feed the world? Read on to find out and see how the math shapes up in the sums of spuds!
Stuck between a few different costumes to choose for Halloween? Why not wear them all? If you’re like the world record holder for most outfit changes in 1 minute, that won’t be a problem at all! Read on to change it up with the math in this world record, and be wowed with the wardrobe wizardry.
Our longtime fan Ajax L. just told us that October is also Inktober, where the challenge is to draw an ink drawing every day this month. Read on to see how quickly the artwork – or inkwork! – adds up.
The tall, green Statue of Liberty is known all around the world. But do you know just how big she is? The answer might surprise you – so read on to find out the numbers behind this large, lovely Lady!
Airplanes aren’t the only things that fly above our heads. Smaller machines called satellites are circling around much higher in space. And you can actually track them to see which ones are above you! Read on to fly high with the math in satellite searching.