Yes, here in America we celebrate just about anything, including waffle irons! Read on for some delicious, mouth-watering math to celebrate National Waffle Iron Day.
Think mushrooms are plain, boring vegetables you put on your pizza? Think again! Read on to see how some mushrooms add the fun to fungus – and do the mushroom math.
Pancakes might just be the yummiest breakfast food out there. And now, they don’t have to just be circle-shaped. Read on to find out about the PancakeBot, and eat up the yummy math in this fun invention!
Biting into an ear of corn is like biting into a whole bunch of math. And what better way to celebrate Corn on the Cob Day than to see how the numbers in corn add up? Read on to do the corny math and look at corn in a whole new way!
No matter how many strange things people out there have tried to do, there’s always some new strange thing that no one’s tried yet. Like trying to bake an iPhone into a cake to see if it will still work. Read on to cook up the math in this wacky experiment and see if the phone survived!
Bedtime Math fans Nate and Imogen S. asked us, how many raspberries are harvested around the world in a year? And how many blueberries? Read on to do the juicy math in these berry large numbers!
As if building with Lego wasn’t already fun, one guy has found a way to make it even more of a blast. Read on to find out how – and do the yummy, gummy Lego math!
When you need to see in the dark, you grab a flashlight. Even a tiny flashlight can be a big help. But the Torch flashlight will definitely get the job done. It’s so hot that it can toast marshmallows and fry eggs. Read on to see how the math heats up with this super bright flashlight!
The most popular sandwich in America might be the peanut butter and jelly. Just how many will you eat before you graduate grade school? Read on to find out – and devour the delicious math behind this classic sandwich.
We’re fans of playing with our food, especially when it’s colorful! Read on to do the mix-and-matching math of purple carrots, yellow tomatoes, and white squash.