Deer aren’t the best swimmers, but that didn’t stop this baby deer from having some fun in one family’s pool! Read on to cool off with the math in this fun-loving fawn’s pool adventure.
There are world records for everything. But what about the world’s smallest working bike? Read on to do the mini math on this teeny, 12-inch bike!
Riding a bike can be easy once you do it for a while. But it took one man 8 months to figure out how to ride a bike, even though he already knew how! Read on to find out what was so special about this bike – and pedal your way through the bicycle math.
Eight puppies plus 1 pool equals lots of excitement! Read on to “wet” your appetite for cuteness and math.
Running the 26 miles in a marathon is hard. But Tomatan the robot is trying to make it a little easier. Read on to toss around the numbers behind this tomato-tossing robot!
Jumping on a trampoline can make you feel a little like a superhero. Just one little push-off and you’re flying higher than any normal human being on the ground. Maybe that’s why one dog wanted to get in on the action, too. Read on to find out about this and some of the zany trampoline records — and soar to new heights with the math!
You’e probably heard of horses racing each other, and people running against each other, but what about chihuahuas? Read on to speed through the math in this favorite Cinco de Mayo tradition in Chandler, Arizona.
Why should horses get to have all the fun in show jumping competitions? Hop to the math and see what animal is jumping in on the fun!
Water slides are really fun, but what makes the Flow Rider water slide even more awesome? Read on to find out and surf through the math!
We know the wheel was invented by a bunch of cavemen thousands of years ago, but that wasn’t the end of it. It took centuries for people to see all the objects that could work – or work better – with wheels attached, resulting in all the cars, trucks, pulleys, and all our other machinery that uses spinny round things. Roller skates just showed up in the last couple of centuries: one version came out in 1760 but folks didn’t take to it, probably because they kept falling down. Then on this day in 1869, apparently Isaac Hodgson filed a patent for his roller skate, and the rest is history. Now we have sports played entirely on skates, like roller hockey, speed skating and roller derby. All of these go faster on wheels, but are a lot harder than playing on your regular old feet.