Cauliflower is a veggie that looks like broccoli, but comes in way more colors than its green cousin. And when there are that many colors involved, there’s bound to be a ton of math, too! Read on to do the colorful math of cauliflower.
Not only is July National Hot Dog Month, but today is National Hot Dog Day! When you think about the 20 billion hot dogs Americans eat every year, it makes you wonder how many of them are eaten today to celebrate. Read on to do the delicious (hot) dog math!
No matter what size or shape lollipop you have, they’re delicious every time! And on National Lollipop Day today, it’s even more reason to celebrate this sweet treat. Read on to lick your way through the yummy math of lollipops.
If you ask us, any day is a good day for ice cream. But today is National Ice Cream Day, so there’s an extra good reason to celebrate by enjoying this delicious dessert! Read on to get the scoop on the numbers in this melty treat – and find out just how long people have been enjoying it.
Do Oreos taste just as good even if they’re thinner? We’re about to find out. Read on to munch on some Oreo math – and see if less is more!
It’s traditional to eat hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken, and all kinds of grilled goodies on July 4. But that wasn’t always the case. Read on to find out how early Americans celebrated Independence Day – and eat up the math!
Do you like eating cake? What about baking it? One couple must really like it, since they’ve been baking cakes for the Alameda County Fair for almost 40 years! And you’d be surprised at how quickly the cakes begin to stack up! Read on to do the yummy, fairgrounds math.
Onions aren’t normally people’s favorite food. But on National Onion Ring Day, who couldn’t love them? Read on to celebrate this yummy day by doing the math in these delicious rings!
What could possibly make pizza night more fun? Read on to find out – and chow down on the math!
If you eat a large amount of teeny, fingertip-size meals, will you be as full as if you eat a small amount of one giant meal? We don’t know, but we do know that these miniature, to-scale foods are a terrific combination of food, art, and math! Read on to see how one artist took on the giant task of creating small foods.