‘Science and Nature’
When we think of whales, we think of big, wide, round animals moving slowly through the water. But the fin whale is different. Even though it’s the second biggest animal on Earth, it can swim quickly and jump gracefully out of the water. Read on to swim through the math in this amazing animal!
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!
When something is teeny, it’s especially cute…including deer! Read on to meet the pudu, a tiny relative of the deer that only reaches 12 inches high – and do the miniature math.
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!
How many octopus arms does it take to hold a camera? A real octopus showed us – read on to do the math and find out!
If you yell “Fetch!”, your pet dog might run to grab a stick. But would your pet duck listen? Read on to find out and try a fun math problem!
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.
What are these animals in this picture and why are they so neat? Read on to find out, and discover how many ways these cool creatures can count!
Riding a bike can be easy once you do it for a while. But it took one man 8 months to figure out how to ride a bike, even though he already knew how! Read on to find out what was so special about this bike – and pedal your way through the bicycle math.
Can you touch your tongue to your eyeball or lick your elbow? We know of a few animals and at least one person who can. Read on to take a lick at this tongue-twisting math!