‘Science and Nature’
Pandas are really big animals – after all, they’re called giant pandas for a reason! But they don’t start out that way. Read on to do the math on how teeny these giants begin.
Bedtime Math fan Isha I. asked us, how many teeth are there in the world? When you stop to count all the teeth in humans and animals, the numbers get big! Read on to sink your teeth into the math behind this toothy question.
If you’ve ever hugged a tree all the way around, we bet it was not a sequoia. Sequoias are huge trees! So naturally there’s a lot of math in them. Read on to discover the numbers in these towering trees.
We have to wait a whole 365 days for our birthdays to come around again. But what if we lived on a planet where we only had to wait a few hours? Well, there’s one planet out there where this could happen! Read on to find out more about Kepler-78b, and do the math to see how often you’d get to eat cake and celebrate.
This bird has a cool hairdo. But that’s not the only neat thing about it. Read on to find out more about the Egyptian vulture – and discover the math behind this feathery bedhead!
Bedtime Math fan Parker M. asked us, how much does the ocean weigh? Read on to find out, and make a splash with the ocean math!
Wait — is that a real horse next to that dog? It is, and her name is Thumbelina. Read on to do the BIG math on tiny horses.
It’s hard to find something when it’s really tiny – even smaller than a dime! But two scientists managed to find this teeny frog in the big forest. Read on to do some big math on tiny frogs.
What are those giant rolls of brown stuff? And how did they get there? Read on to find out and roll with the math!
Bedtime Math fan James H. asked us, how many bugs can a pitcher plant eat in a year? Read on to learn more about the pitcher plant, and do the math to see just how many bugs a hungry plant can eat!