‘Science and Nature’
National Cow Appreciation Day is our big chance to show some love for these sweet, wide-eyed animals. And when you think about how much milk they make in a day, they deserve a lot of appreciation! Read on to get mooo-ving with the cow math.
When you hiccup, you make a little sound like a burp over and over again. But what’s happening when you hiccup? And how long can they last? Read on to find out, and see how hiccups can really add up over the years!
A great way to celebrate Chocolate Day is by eating it – and doing math on the world’s largest Hershey kiss! Read on to find out just how large this kiss was, and eat up the numbers behind chocolate.
When you plant a whole lot of flowers together, the place they’re planted is usually called a flower bed. But one farm decided to use a real bed to plant their flowers! Read on to do the math in planting and see how the numbers grow.
What better time for a joke than International Joke Day? Read on for your daily dose of math and laughs!
Bedtime Math fan Sara D. asked us, how long would it take for an army of ants to pick her up and carry her across the U.S.? Read on to find out – and march through the math of mighty ants!
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if your stuffed animals all suddenly became real animals? Would they be bigger or smaller than they are as stuffed animals? Read on to do the math in life-sized snugglies!
Our fans are really curious about the number of animals in the world. Fan Chryssa Z. asked us, are there more people or fish in the world? And fan Lora S. asked us, how many birds are there — does the sky have even more living things than water or land? Read on to find out the answers – and soar through the math in land and sea animals!
What’s the difference between a fruit and a vegetable? A fruit comes out of the flower on a plant and holds seeds. Apples and oranges, peaches and apricots,...
Once you get the hang of it, it’s easy to walk with your 2 legs. But what if you had 4 legs like a horse, or 8 legs like a crab? Read on to find out how these animals motor around – and get a leg up on the math!