‘Science and Nature’
Have you ever eaten an ant? We bet this giant ant cake made by the Cake Boss is much more delicious than an actual ant. But why would anybody make a giant ant cake to begin with? Read on to see – and crawl your way through the awesome (and delicious!) ant math.
Sidewalk chalk is a great way to make your sidewalk (and dog!) colorful. But did you know you can find plain-colored chalk in nature? Read on to master the math in sidewalk chalk.
The Earth is made of stuff like dirt and rocks, so it probably isn’t yummy. But what if you could eat the Earth and it tasted like cake? Read on to find out about one person who made a cake that looked like the Earth – and see all the delicious math involved in it!
This crazy-looking animal might be only 3 inches long, but it sure can hop fast! Read on to find out more about the jerboa, and get hopping with the math.
Airplanes aren’t the only things that fly above our heads. Smaller machines called satellites are circling around much higher in space. And you can actually track them to see which ones are above you! Read on to fly high with the math in satellite searching.
Have you ever had a song stuck in your head that you just can’t get out? You’d be surprised how much math is in these catchy tunes. Read on to tune into the numbers in songs you can’t stop singing!
In a world full of salty, fatty snacks, you might not always feel like eating your veggies. But it turns out, if they’re called cool names like “x-ray vision carrots,” you’re a lot more likely to eat them! Read on to do the math behind your power veggies.
Squid may not be the cutest animals around, but they are pretty smart! Read on to stretch your brains, arms, and tentacles with some smart, slimy squid math.
Flying in a plane is pretty exciting. But one man wanted to take it a step further and tried flying with balloons! Read on to go up, up, and away with the math in this crazy idea.
Bedtime Math fan Dillon M. asked us, how do we measure the distance from the Earth to the Sun? Read on to find out the answer to this great question, and do the out-of-this-world math!