Why does a guinea pig need a suit of armor? You never know! So read on, and suit up with the math in pet armor.
What if you could build your own house out of Lego? How many pieces would you need? Read on to build up with the Lego math!
Crayola crayons have all types of crazy names, like Fuzzy Wuzzy, and Outer Space. But wth all the different colors they have, they had to get creative with the names! Read on to do some colorful math in crayon naming.
If you have a dog, you know they’re fun, but sometimes you need somebody to watch them when you go away. Dog sharing is perfect for this, and it gives people who don’t have a pup the chance to enjoy one for a few days. Read on to see how much math is involved in sharing a canine companion!
You’ve probably seen — or maybe even ridden — a bright yellow school bus. But have you ridden one that flies? This amusement park ride may not actually take you anywhere, but there’s tons of math and other fun in it. Read on to fly through the numbers in the Crazy Bus!
Did you ever realize you can make music with just about anything? Even garbage lids, kitchen sinks, and brooms! Read on to do the math behind the wacky music you can make with everyday items.
Mice are more talented than you know. Shane Willmott proved this by teaching his pet mice some pretty awesome tricks. Read on to see what tricks they learned – and hang ten with the math in these radical rodents!
Drawing with sidewalk chalk is fun because you get a big sidewalk to create huge pictures. So imagine how much fun it must have been for the 6,000 people who drew this lizard with chalk! Read on to see where math meets art and outdoor fun with sidewalk chalk.
Have you ever tried stacking things to build something really tall? Did you use cups? People actually have competitions to see who can build pyramids with cups the fastest! Read on to see how the numbers stack up in speed stacking.
Soccer is a fun sport. So why should we humans get to have all the fun? In a larger-than-life size version of soccer, cars get to be the players and construction vehicles are the goalies. Read on to go big with the math in this new version of an old favorite sport!