‘Science and Nature’
If you like adventure and the cold, you might enjoy staying at the Ice Hotel in Quebec, Canada. It’s exactly what it sounds like: a hotel made out of ice where you can stay and sleep on an ice bed. Read on to do the cool math of making a new hotel every year!
People who love to run love to see who can run fastest. And the racers in a recent Alabama half marathon were accidentally joined by a surprise 4-legged runner. Read on to find out who joined them, and run the numbers on racing!
Camels are funny looking animals with 1 hump on their back. Or is it 2 humps? Read on to discover the differences in types of camels, and do the math in counting camel humps!
Bedtime Math fan Alexis V. asked us, how many times do we blink while watching a movie? Read on to find out the answer and do the math – you may not believe your eyes!
Why do you lose weight when you sleep? Read on to discover the answer and do some fun measurement math!
There’s a holiday for just about anything, and today is no exception: it’s Penguin Awareness Day! Even though they’re one of the few birds that can’t fly, penguins are cool in other ways. Read on to discover the numbers in our flightless friend, the penguin.
When we say someone “eats like a bird,” that actually means that the person eats a lot. But what if they also ate what a bird ate? Read on to squiggle through the wormy math in bird breakfasts!
Bedtime Math (and pizza) fan Emmett L. asked us, how many ants can a pizza feed? Read on to find out the answer – and eat up the math!
You see icicles hanging off houses a lot in the winter, but what about full frozen waves covering cars? Read on to do the “cool” math of icicles.
Bedtime Math fan Evan K. asked us, which one does Earth have more of, snow or trees? What’s your guess? Read on to find out what the math says – you might be surprised by the answer!