The saying goes “See a penny, pick it up, and all day you’ll have good luck!” But does it double the luck if you find it on National Lucky Penny Day? Read on to use your “cents” and do the math in lucky pennies.
Longtime Bedtime Math fan Benjamin H. asked us, how many Lego pieces are made every day? Read on to do the math and find out the answer to this fantastic question – you might be surprised at just how many Legos are being churned out and stacked up each day!
Bedtime Math fan Isaac I. asked us, how many pencils would we have to line up to reach the Moon? With tonight being a full Moon, it’s the perfect time to stack up pencils and figure out! Read on to find out – and do the moon math.
Bedtime Math fan Nya W. asked us, how big is the world’s biggest pencil? It turns out, there’s more than one! Read on to get the scoop on giant pencils – and sharpen up your math.
Sometimes winds are so strong it feels like you’ll be picked up and blown away! And this one guy almost is. Read on to find out just how strong those winds are, and get blown away by the windy math.
What do microwaves and potato chips have in common? Read on to find out – and celebrate National Inventors Month by doing the math!
Bedtime Math fan Amber J., just asked us, how many socks are knitted each year? Considering socks end up missing from tons of loads of laundry each year, that’s a great question! Read on to find out, and do the mismatched-sock math.
Bedtime Math fan Pavitra S. asked us, how many steps did we all take during school all year? Read on to find out – it might surprise you how quickly the steps add up!
Bedtime Math fan Cynthia D. asked us, how many pizzas could we fit inside our planet if it were hollow? And fan Sophia H. wants to know how many cheeseburgers? Read on to find out and really chow down on the math!
Staying at hotels can be fun. And it’s even more fun when there are ducks that march in and out of it every day, like at the Peabody Hotel! Read on to waddle through the math in hotel ducks.