‘Science and Nature’
Animal shelters have all kinds of animals living there. For example, one animal shelter in Arkansas has a resident capybara, who is friends with puppies, turtles, deer, and basically everyone else at the shelter! Read on to see how Cheesecake the capybara’s friends have multiplied over the years – and do the math on capybaras.
On St. Patrick’s Day, people like to make all kinds of things green. One of our favorite ways to celebrate happens in Chicago. Read on to find out about the celebration that’s bound to make you green with envy – and do the St. Patrick’s Day math!
Ever wonder how ants find their ways home? Scientists did, too – which led to a funny experiment with ants, the desert, and pig hairs. Read on to find out about this odd experiment – and play with the numbers in ant navigation!
On Pi Day (3/14), we like to celebrate a very special number and circles. And what better way than with some citrus circle math? Read on for the secret math of citrus fruits!
When someone does you a really big favor, you remember it for a long time. And that seems to be true with one penguin, too, whose life was saved by a fisherman passing by. Read on to do the fluffy math behind this happy story!
Have you ever wanted to explore other planets? You’re in luck because it looks like humans may soon be able to travel to Mars. Read on to do the mission to Mars math!
Bedtime Math fan Jay A. asked us, which one grows faster, our hair or our nails? Read on to find out which is speedier – and do the hair-raising math!
When you think of cute little animals crossing the street, alligators aren’t normally the first ones to come to mind. But maybe they are when you live in Florida and see this scene. Read on to find out some interesting numbers behind alligators – and do the alligator math!
Bedtime Math fan David K. asked us, how much does a spinosaurus weigh? Read on to find out – and see how you can get your question answered in our next book!
Some cars look really cool. Here’s one that looks cool and can fly! It doesn’t exist yet, but one company is working on it, and it looks like it will be here soon. Read on to fly through the math in cars that will take us to new heights.