‘Vehicles and Transportation’
On this very day 45 years ago, men walked on the moon for the first time. Even though they walked around for only 2 1/2 hours after 4 days of flying, they left their mark (and footprints!). For more moon math, click “Read More.”
We bet you’ve roller skated before, or have seen people roller skating. But have you ever skated under cars? Read on to find out about one boy who can do this, and skate through the math!
What’s one of your favorite things to do with over 60 other people? How about break a surfing world record? Read on to ride the wave of math in this crazy world record!
Balloons can be great to decorate and celebrate. But did you know they can also apparently be used for flight? Read on to see how one man’s advertising stunt took flight – and soar high with the balloon math!
Sea turtles aren’t very fast swimmers, but that makes them great underwater moviemakers! Read on to find out about one turtle that can really be counted on to go the distance when it comes to filming.
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!
There are world records for everything. But what about the world’s smallest working bike? Read on to do the mini math on this teeny, 12-inch bike!
The new Bedtime Math book is here! It’s full of fun fan questions, like this one from Thompson T., who asked us, how many times would the tires on your car turn if you drove around the world once? Read on to take a spin with the math in this wild question.
Ever wonder how many guinea pigs fit on an airplane? The new Bedtime Math book, How Many Guinea Pigs Can Fit on a Plane? answers that and many other fun fan questions. Read on to find out more, and fly high with the piggy math!
Riding a bike can be easy once you do it for a while. But it took one man 8 months to figure out how to ride a bike, even though he already knew how! Read on to find out what was so special about this bike – and pedal your way through the bicycle math.