Food is fun to begin with, but it’s even more fun when it makes a face at you. And apparently, this isn’t as rare as you’d think. Read on to crunch the numbers behind the fun food face math!
It must be confusing to be an arctic woolly bear moth. They do everything differently from other moths, and really any other animal. Read on to find out about these strange creatures – and do the moth math!
It’s so tempting when you feel tired and lazy to take the elevator or escalator instead of walking up the stairs. But what if we made walking up the stairs more fun — would more people do it? Read on to learn what the car company Volkswagen did to make stair-walking more fun, and see how the stairs and fun add up!
One vegetable that isn’t so well-loved is the Brussels sprout. It’s a small, round, green veggie that tastes bitter to some folks, so it’s not so popular. That may be why one brave man chose it for a very muddy stunt. Read on to find out what this stunt was – and roll with the math!
At the Kamine Zoo in Japan, some of the animals do more than just eat and relax: they help make jeans! Read on to find out how these talented tigers, bears, and lions tear up the fashion scene, and do the wild wardrobe math.
You eat everyday, so have you ever wondered how much you eat in a year? Or during your whole life? Read on to dig into the food math and find out!
Some animals are great at multi-tasking – including sleeping and swimming! Read on to do the math on these amazing animals that can catch some z’s on the move.
Dogs love food, especially these two golden retriever pups. Their owner filmed them racing to dinner every few weeks. The result is a cool time lapse of the pups growing up – and lots of math!
Why did 800 goats cross the road? To continue eating and mowing grass at Lawrence Berkeley National Labs, of course! Read on to do the math on just how much work these goats do to keep the grounds looking gorgeous.
Bedtime Math fan Brayden B. asked us, how many buildings placed end to end would it take to stretch all the way around the world? Well, that depends on the size of the buildings. Read on to build up the math and find out the answer!