‘Vehicles and Transportation’
Look up in the sky: it’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…a guy setting a world record on a hoverboard? Read on to fly through the math in this cool world record.
Try saying “We’re real rear wheels” 10 times fast — or even just twice. Not so easy, huh? That’s called a tongue twister, because it twists up your tongue. Read on for some more tricky phrases, and do the tongue twisting math!
This mama duck and her baby ducklings look like they should be somewhere else, like floating on a lake. But they look happy just waddling along. Read on to find out where these baby birds are on their way to, and waddle along with the math in their adventure!
Robots are fun, and driving around in cars is fun – so why not combine the two? Bedtime Math fan Caitlyn R. just sent us a great photo and video about just that: someone made their car wheel look like the robot BB8 from the newest Star Wars movie. Read on to ride your way through the math in tires, robots, and Star Wars!
Dogs love to learn new tricks, and zoologist Mark Vette has trained three rescue dogs to do a pretty neat one. Read on to find out what it is – and do the tail-wagging math!
What can be better than canoeing? David Bahnson thought canoeing with his two best four-legged friends would be fun. So he turned his canoe into a passenger boat. Read on to do the math on this canine canoe for three!
If you let a balloon go, how high can it float? Reach new heights with this story starring a Bedtime Math Superfan!
Lots of people travel by airplane every day, and they’re bringing all kinds of things onto those planes — even their pets. Read on to see some of the wackiest pets people have tried to bring on vacation with them, and do the math in pets on planes!
Bedtime Math fan Vasily M. asked us, what’s the fastest you could get from New York to Los Angeles by train? Read on to travel through the math of the twists and turns it takes to get across the country!
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!