Best of Bedtime Math: H-2-Whoa

Here's your nightly math! Just 5 quick minutes of number fun for kids and parents at home. Read a cool fun fact, followed by math riddles at different levels so everyone can jump in. Your kids will love you for it.

Best of Bedtime Math: H-2-Whoa

November 12, 2014

We know that it can be hard to commit to doing something every day, no matter how much you love it. That doesn’t mean you should miss out on our favorite Bedtime Math problems. So here’s another monthly round-up of Bedtime Math problems, built to get you ready for National Geographic’s Geography Awareness week (November 16th-22nd).

Without water, there’s no life. And without life, there’s no fun math!

Six Fun Math Problems about Water

-Someone’s got to explore the deepest, darkest corners of the ocean…we nominate the robots.

-There have been New Wave movements in music and cinema all over the world, but it’s tough to beat the original.

-When you’re the most famous waterfall in the world, you can get away with taking a break every 200 years or so.

-We suppose you could dredge the deepest lake in the world, but you might have to answer to 7 billion people with soggy socks.

-No one enjoys shivering in the cold, but we did find a (frozen) silver lining in last winter’s sub-zero temperatures.

-Lastly, this iconic geographical feature proves that losing your cool doesn’t always have to be a bad thing.

And just a reminder – you can find a brand-new Bedtime Math problem on our homepage every day at 4 PM EST. If you prefer, you can have it delivered to your inbox, or download our free iPhone/iPad or Android app. We make it easy to add Bedtime Math to your daily routine!

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Derek Stump

Derek Stump

As Staff Writer, Derek strives to bring you exciting Bedtime Math content and keep commas in their rightful place. Previously he helped manage a film studio in the Philadelphia area. Derek holds a B.A. in Communication- Media Production from Villanova University.

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