‘Science and Nature’
Have you ever thought about eating worms? How about gummy worms? And just how big is the biggest gummy worm in the world? Read on to find out – and eat your way through the gummy, yummy numbers!
There are surprisingly lots of uses for truck tires. Some are more fun than others, like snow tubing. Read on for a fun ride through the math in tubing!
There may be no such thing as a unicorn, but there is an animal that comes pretty close. Read on to find out what it is – and do the magical animal math!
See if you can keep up with squirrels on the slopes in this wacky and active Winter Olympics math story!
Birds are neat because they can fly without using an airplane. But are they the fastest animal around? Read on to find out about one bird that’s super speedy – and soar with fun math on birds!
If you get 2 feet of snow, how long will it take to melt? Do the cool math in this story!
Have you ever built a snowman? How about a122-foot tall snowwoman? Read on to discover the numbers behind Olympia, the record-setting snowperson built in Maine in 2008!
Bedtime Math fan Nina J. asked us, how many bees does it take to make one jar of honey? Read on to do figure out the sweet math behind the answer!
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!