‘Science and Nature’
It’s hard work to lift things, especially when they’re heavy. So just imagine how hard a rocket has to work when it’s blasting into space and carrying thousands of gallons of fuel! Read on to get carried away with spaceship math that’s out of this world.
Bedtime Math fan Mia G. asked us, how far does a dolphin’s sound travel? Read on to find out, and make some noise with the super speedy dolphin sound math!
You can do lots of things with a blank piece of paper, including making a world record-setting paper airplane! Read on to soar with the math and numbers in these classic creations.
What is going on in this crazy video? Why are there little people skiing around people’s dinner plates? This video, sent by our fan Emily B., shows a restaurant...
Did you know that bats and elephants make sounds we can only hear with special machines? And whales sing whole songs we can’t hear. Read on to discover the math in whale songs, and swim through the numbers behind these singing sea creatures!
Sea otters are cute, furry animals who like to float in the water. But how do they float for so long? Read on to find out, and float away with the math and numbers behind these adorable sea animals.
National Cow Appreciation Day is our big chance to show some love for these sweet, wide-eyed animals. And when you think about how much milk they make in a day, they deserve a lot of appreciation! Read on to get mooo-ving with the cow math.
When you hiccup, you make a little sound like a burp over and over again. But what’s happening when you hiccup? And how long can they last? Read on to find out, and see how hiccups can really add up over the years!
A great way to celebrate Chocolate Day is by eating it – and doing math on the world’s largest Hershey kiss! Read on to find out just how large this kiss was, and eat up the numbers behind chocolate.
When you plant a whole lot of flowers together, the place they’re planted is usually called a flower bed. But one farm decided to use a real bed to plant their flowers! Read on to do the math in planting and see how the numbers grow.