Have you ever been ice skating? How about on a pink ice skating rink? A hotel in Florida is known for making the ice on its rink pink. And when you think about how warm it is in Florida and how cold ice needs to stay so it doesn’t melt, this rink takes a lot of math! Read on to skate through the numbers in this pink rink.
In reeeeeally cold places, people sometimes live in igloos, small homes built of blocks of ice and snow. One couple decided to make an igloo out of colorful ice blocks. Read on to find out how they did it – and see how the math in igloo-making stacks up!
Skiing is a fun sport to do when there’s snow on the ground, but sometimes it can be challenging. Now imagine skiing on the world-record longest skis – with 169 other people! Read on to find out just how big these skis were, and glide through the math in this favorite winter sport.
If you go out to eat, you don’t usually expect owls to show up. But owl-themed cafes are becoming popular in Japan – and we can see why since these creatures are pretty cute! Read on to have a “whooot” with the owl-restaurant math.
If you raced an alligator, who would win? Are you faster than an alligator? Read on to do the math to see if you could say “See ya later, alligator!” in a race against this short, stumpy friend.
Running a race may seem simple, but try running a race on your hands and feet – and breaking a world record! That’s exactly what one guy did. Read on to find out how fast he was, and run through the record-breaking math.
Houses and hotels are usually made out of hard bricks, wood, and materials like that. But the Lego Hotel in California decided to make its hotel out of Lego – or at least make it look like it’s made from Lego pieces. Read on to discover the fun and numbers in this one-of-a-kind building!
A rubber ducky is a great toy for bathtime — unless the duck is bigger than your whole house, like the world’s largest rubber ducky! Read on to swim through the math in this gigantic bath toy.
You would never guess that a bunch of tiny little metal balls could turn into mindblowing art. But with Nanodots, you can make all kinds of cool 3D shapes. Read on to discover the big math fun in these little magnets!
You can make art out of just about anything – including guitars and bikes! And there may be more math in it than you realize. Read on to see how numbers can help create a mathematical masterpiece.