‘Science and Nature’
Frogs seem slippery and slimy. But this frog can pull some crazy tricks. Read on for the math on its shape-shifting secrets!
Ever wonder how your paper, plastic, and glass magically get recycled and used again? Read on to uncover the mystery and crunch the numbers on recycling.
How many octopus arms does it take to hold a camera? A real octopus showed us – read on to do the math and find out!
Learn how doing math with Pi can be just as much fun as eating pie!
If you yell “Fetch!”, your pet dog might run to grab a stick. But would your pet duck listen? Read on to find out and try a fun math problem!
When we want to fly somewhere, we hop on a plane. Wild animals can’t do that — but if they’re crazy enough, they can hop onto a bird. Read on to see how one weasel did the math to catch a flight on a woodpecker.
Going to the post office may seem like just another daily job. But not when you work at the post office in Antarctica, where you get to take care of penguins, too! Read on to see just how many people want to work there – and get a little silly with the penguin post office math.
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!
What animal is this? It looks like a mix of an otter, beaver, and duck, but it’s actually a platypus. Read on to find out more about the platypus – and discover the numbers behind this crazy creature!