Jump rope is fun, but it’s tricky. And it’s even harder when you mix in some tricks, like jumping rope while sitting down, or cartwheeling over the rope. But this group of girls makes all that look easy! Read on to do the math and see how they perfectly time these surprising stunts.
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is the most famous dog-sledding event, and is often called “The Last Great Race.” Just why is it called this? Read on to run through the numbers in this race, and find out what makes it so great!
Why should humans have all the fun when it snows? One crow decided to enjoy the fluffy white stuff and tried snowboarding. Read on to do the math in this brave bird’s snowboarding adventure!
Soccer is fun, and knocking people over in a friendly way is fun. So imagine a sport that combines both, all while wearing a giant, bouncy bubble around yourself. That’s exactly what Bubbleball is! Read on to learn more about this strange sport, and bounce around some numbers involved with it.
It’s the Super Bowl, America’s most important football game. Millions of people watch from home with family or friends, and it turns out they aren’t just watching the game: they’re eating a ton of food. One professor did the math to figure out just how much food everyone is eating during the big game. Read on to find out – and do the math for yourself!
Have you ever seen someone chop a wooden board in half with his bare hand? It probably looked like it didn’t even hurt. That’s because our bones are surprisingly super strong! Read on to find out just how strong your body is, and chop through the karate math.
Have you ever shot a basketball at a really tall hoop and made it in? It’s really exciting! Now imagine throwing a basketball at a hoop that’s hundreds of feet below you – and breaking a world record. Read on to do the math in this crazy basketball shot.
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...