We’ve included an extra math problem about Easter, for those who celebrate or would like to learn more about the day. Read on to find out about the history of the Easter egg, and do the math on how quickly the candy can really add up!
Spring is when leaves and flowers come into bloom. Some of the most famous flowers are those on the cherry blossoms in Washington D.C. With over 3,000 trees, there’s plenty of math budding there! Read on to do the “tree-rific” math in these beautiful blossoms.
When you think about what you want to be when you grow up, you might say an inventor, or a musician, or a firefighter, or governor of your state. But why choose just one? Read on to find out about a guy who did lots of different jobs – and do the math to see how he made each one count!
Even though all the planets in the sky are millions of miles away from each other, you can still see them sometimes. And a really special thing is happening with 5 of the planets this week. Read on to find out what it is – and do some math that’s out of this world!
Candles are used to light up and celebrate all kinds of special times, like birthdays. But they can also be useful for when the power goes out, and to tell time! Read on to get fired up about the math in these anything-but-ordinary tools.
A lot of people think that Friday the 13th is unlucky. But is it? Read on to find out how common this “unlucky” date is – and add up the superstitious sums!
When you go to the beach, it’s fun to search for seashells. But one guy recently found something bigger than that! Read on to find out what this surprise was – and sink your teeth into the math.
They say that you can’t eat 5 Saltine crackers in 1 minute without drinking any water. Is it true? Read on to see what the math says – and snack on some more fun facts about this scrumptious snack.
Ever wonder who thought up some ideas that we now do every day? Like brushing your teeth with a toothbrush and toothpaste, for example. It turned out to be a great idea, but who really thought of it? Read on to “brush” up on toothpaste math – you might be shocked at how far back it actually goes!
Today is Collect Rocks Day. Rocks can include fossils, which have very old pieces of plants or animals in them. Read on to find out what’s so exciting about fossils scientists recently found in South Africa – and rock out with some math you can really dig!