Sometimes cars just stop working right in the middle of the road. But it’s not often that they stop working for the reason that one woman’s car in New Mexico stopped. Click “Read More” to see what shock awaited her when she opened the hood – and do the math!
Getting gasoline for your car is pretty easy. But how does the gas get to that hose in the first place? Click “Read More” to find out and do the math behind gas!
Every state in the United States is different. Each has its own history and foods, trees and animals, cool places to see and activities to try. One person decided to show all of this – with Legos! Click “Read More” to do the Lego-y math of the 50 States.
Usually, storms like tornadoes and hurricanes twirl in circles. But this storm on Saturn that has probably been raging for centuries is different. Click “Read More” to find out why and do the stormy math!
We love waterslides here at Bedtime Math. So a big, roller-coaster-like waterslide with plastic ramps soaring dozens of feet into the air definitely grabbed our attention. Click “Read More” to find out about this gigantic water ride and slide through the math!
We all know that soda is loaded with sugar, rots people’s teeth and makes people fat if they drink too much. So it’s not surprising what’s left when one guy boils a bottle of soda. Click “Read More” to see how the math in all this boils out!
One way to break a world record is to join a giant group of people who try to break it together. And bubble-wrap popping is one of the best records to break. Click “Read More” to see how the people at Twin Lakes Elementary school popped out some math and broke the record.
Palm trees are those tall, skinny plants with the spiky green pom-pom tops, often swaying in the breeze near some beautiful blue ocean. As cute and perky as these trees look, palm leaves can grow more than 75 feet long and over 10 feet wide! Click “Read More” to see how these tall giants stack up, and do the math.
Canals are cool water tunnels connecting two bodies of water at different heights. But what’s even cooler than that is the “Falkirk Wheel,” which is like a ferris wheel for boats. Click “Read More” to see how it works, and see how the numbers really add up in this boat math!
There aren’t many things more fun than a water slide. One thing that might beat it, though, is setting a water slide world record. Click “Read More” to find out how Mahwah, NJ students slid by this record, and do the math!