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.
Can 20 guys really stack on top of each other and dive together into a pool? Read on to make a splash with math and find out!
This may be the best jungle gym anyone has ever invented. Click “Read More” to see how cool it is and do some jungle gym math!
Making a basketball shot is hard, but how much harder when the hoop is on a rolling forklift? Read on to do the math and find out!
Try catching a high-flying Frisbee…now try catching it by jumping off a zooming speedboat. Read on to do the math to see if you can make it!
During the Olympics, people who are good at all kinds of sports come together to see who’s the fastest, strongest, and best. And there’s bound to be lots of math in that! Read on to do the math in Olympics sports.
Kites have a lot of math in them, because you can make them in just about any shape. It might surprise you how long these cool creations have been around – and what important roles they’ve played in the past. Read on to soar through the kite math!
If you love teddy bears, you’d probably love diving into a giant pile of them. Now how about 28,000 of them? You could have had your chance last...