If you love chocolate chips, whipped cream, or crunchy deep-fried dough – or all three – then you would probably love cannoli. And with an attempt being made to break the world record for largest cannoli, there’ll be plenty to go around! Click “Read More” to get a bite of the delicious cannoli math.
Have you ever tried to build a house of cards using a deck of playing cards? Imagine how much trickier it must be when the cards are giant-sized and made of real building materials! That didn’t stop one architecture group who did just that. Click “Read More” to see how the cards stacked up.
The mola mola fish, or sunfish, is definitely a fish, but looks more like an alien visiting from outer space. And when it comes to this wacky creature, there are a lot of numbers! Click “Read More” to discover these numbers, and do the mola mola math.
We just love watching people do crazy stunts that use talents you didn’t even know people could have, like folks flipping toys, tools and themselves through the air in the wackiest ways. Click “Read More” to see how much math it takes to do these wacky stunts!
Lobsters are those reddish-pink, claw-waving sea critters who hope not to get caught and become someone’s tasty dinner. Well, two lobsters have escaped being eaten simply by looking really cool. Click “Read More” to find out how their good looks saved them, and do the lobster math.
Whether you love pasta or not, there’s probably a limit as to how much you can – or want – to eat. And with Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Pass, you can get all you want…and then some. Click “Read More” to see how the pasta plates start to add up!
There are lots of ways that fish in an aquarium can wow us. But this mandarinfish may take the cake. Click “Read More” to find out why – and swim your way through the fish math!
It’s hard work to make a piece of clothing. But 99-year-old Lillian Weber makes it look easy! Click “Read More” to see why Lilllian is “sew” awesome – and do the math.
When we look up at our beautiful Moon, we see craters, those big circular dents caused by huge chunks of flying rock smashing into the Moon for billions of years. Well, Earth has craters from meteors and asteroids, too. Click “Read More” to see which celestial body has the greater crater – and do the math!
It isn’t every day that a major city gets a new bridge, but that’s what’s happening in the New York City area these days. Click “Read More” to find out what bridge is getting a new version of itself – and do the bridge math!