It’s fun to drive fast on a highway, but that’s nothing like driving a racecar. Read on to speed away with the math in racecars to get ready for the Indy 500 race!
They say Superman is “faster than a speeding bullet, more powerful than a locomotive, able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.” But just how fast, powerful, and high-jumping is he? Read on to put numbers to the powers of Superman!
This may look like a page out of a Dr. Seuss book, but these blue trees are real! Of course, an artist painted them to make them blue. Read on to find out why – and see how the math can really add up when art meets nature.
Longtime Bedtime Math fan Benjamin H. asked us, how many Lego pieces are made every day? Read on to do the math and find out the answer to this fantastic question – you might be surprised at just how many Legos are being churned out and stacked up each day!
Solve some shape-based puzzles with this tricky tangram story!
It’s amazing what you can draw with just one line! Learn how Hilbert curves work with the help of a kitty in this story!
Bedtime Math fan Nya W. asked us, how big is the world’s biggest pencil? It turns out, there’s more than one! Read on to get the scoop on giant pencils – and sharpen up your math.
Dogs are pretty smart and can learn tricks quickly. This giant furry friend picked up on a very useful trick. Read on to see his talent – and slurp up a refreshing mouthful of math!
Bedtime Math fan Judah R. asked us, what’s the biggest cheese in the world? Turns out there’s more than one winner! Read on to see how the math in the world’s biggest chunks of cheese slices up.
Staying at hotels can be fun. And it’s even more fun when there are ducks that march in and out of it every day, like at the Peabody Hotel! Read on to waddle through the math in hotel ducks.