It’s fun to drive fast on a highway, but that’s nothing like driving a racecar. Read on to speed away with the math in racecars to get ready for the Indy 500 race!
With 20 horses each running at close to 50 miles per hour, there are a lot of numbers in the Kentucky Derby horse race! Read on to horse around and race through the math.
It’s hard enough to catch a flying ball with one hand. But to juggle a whole bunch of them in the air — that takes a lot of math! Read on to play and juggle the numbers.
Have you ever played hopscotch? If so, you know that it can get tricky. But did you know people have been playing hopscotch for over 1,000 years? Read on to find out more about this great game – and get hopping with the math!
When you throw a ball or Frisbee, it usually only comes back to you if you’re playing catch with somebody (or fetch with your dog). But a boomerang is different and will return to you on its own! Read on to find out how it works, and go flying with the boomerang math.
Have you ever played on the monkey bars at the playground? Did you know they were originally a math game? Read on to find out more about this jungle gym favorite, and monkey around with the math!
They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. But Purin, the nine-year-old, record-holding beagle would probably disagree. Read on to see what record the playful pup just broke – and do the dog-gone fun math!
Kites have a lot of math in them, because you can make them in just about any shape. It might surprise you how long these cool creations have been around – and what important roles they’ve played in the past. Read on to soar through the kite math!
Lightsabers are one of the coolest things in the movies. But do you know the secret behind how they make them in the movies? Read on to find out – and take a swing with the math in lightsabers!
Bedtime Math fan Elliot M. asked us, how many hockey pucks can you fit in a hockey rink? It turns out, it depends on how you pile them in there! Read on see how the pucks and math stack up.