If time flies when you’re having fun, this clock must make time soar! Read on to see how this clever clock gives new meaning to times tables.
When you have 100 people in your family, things can get a little crazy! Read on to do the math on the Zanger family, who just added a great-great-grandchild to the mix for an even 100 family members.
They say a penny saved is a penny earned. So just how many pennies would you have to save to buy a car? Ask one man in China who bought a car with coins (with some small bills, too). Read on to find out just how many coins the car cost – and do the math!
Ever walk across a bridge? How about one made of paper, or a stone bridge that makes a big loop? Read on to discover the magnificent math in these bizarre bridges!
Do you know how to spell xylophone, tyrannosaurus, or guacamole? Read on to do the numbers behind the letters in the National Spelling Bee!
This is really a wristband more than a watch, but there’s a new piece of jewelry that does things for you when you fall asleep. Read on to see what new invention two teenagers in the UK have come up with – and do the math on how much you can now get done while you sleep!
Have you ever wanted to live in a fairy-tale castle? This is a real castle called the Swallow’s Nest, on the south coast of Crimea, and would make anyone feel like a king or queen. Read on to do the math on this real-life castle!
Did you ever wonder what your face has to do to laugh? It’s actually a lot of work, right? since almost every part of your face moves. Read on the do the math on how much of a work-out your mouth gets when you laugh!
Did you notice anything about today’s date? If your country lists the date as the number of the month, the number of the day, and then the year, today is 12/13/14. And a date in order like this won’t happen for the rest of this century! Read on for more calendar number play.
When you borrow a book from the library, you need to bring it back within a few weeks so other people can borrow it, too. But sometimes people return their library books late — really, really late. One book that was recently returned to a school library in Washington might hold the record, though. Read on to see the trip it made instead of being returned to the library.