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.
Just like us humans, we bet stuffed animals need a vacation, too. And one tiger got a bigger adventure than most stuffed friends normally do. Read on to see how the math added up in his big trip!
What could be more fun than doing one of your hobbies? Combining multiple hobbies into a fascinating creation! Read on to see how one guy did the math to take his love of video games and crocheting to the next level.
Everyone loves a great waterslide: swooshing down a slippery slope and making a giant splash at the bottom. But who says we humans should have all the fun? Read on to do the splashy math on ducklings who enjoy a good waterslide as much as us humans!
On Father’s Day, we honor our dads for all the great things they do. But dads aren’t always sure that they’re doing a good job. So one dad, Dave Engledow, decided to show the worst possible fathering in a series of pictures. Read on to see the pictures, the tricks behind them, and the math in the fathering madness!
Marble ramps can be chaos, with the marble zooming around the maze at fast speeds. Now ramp it up with 13,000 marbles! Read on to see how the fun and math increases with a giant marble ramp.
Let’s face it: our pets want to be like us. They want to eat our food, sleep on our beds, and play our games — like Jenga, where you stack lots of thin wooden blocks, then pull them out one at a time without making the stack fall down. Read on to see how one cat’s Jenga-playing skills stack up – along with the numbers!
Have you been to 100 different places? How about danced at them? One guy did just that and made a really cool video of it. Read on to move and groove your way through the dancing math!
As if building with Lego wasn’t already fun, one guy has found a way to make it even more of a blast. Read on to find out how – and do the yummy, gummy Lego math!
We’ve all seen photos of Earth: the blue parts are water, the green and brown parts are land, and clouds show up as white swirls. But have you ever seen a picture like this made up of pictures people took of themselves? Read on to see how the Earth selfie was made, and picture the math in this cool art!