Posts tagged ‘world record’
As if launching a hot air balloon wasn’t cool enough, people in France decided to break a world record by launching the most hot air balloons at one time! Read on to see just how many balloons it took to sail away with the record, and take flight with the hot-air-balloon math.
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!
There are foot-long subs, but what about mile-long pizzas? 250 pizza-makers got together in Italy to break the world record for longest pizza. Just how long was this phenomenal pizza pie? Read on to find out – and do the ooey, gooey, melt-in-your-mouth pizza math!
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!
Can you touch your tongue to your eyeball or lick your elbow? We know of a few animals and at least one person who can. Read on to take a lick at this tongue-twisting math!
Stingrays can be pretty large. But just how big is the biggest one? Read on to find out – and do the math!
Someone is always building big new things out of Lego, and this Lego record is an exciting one: the world’s tallest Lego tower! But just how tall is it? Read on to find out – and see how the math stacks up.
Balloons come in lots of different colors and shapes, and float all around the place, which make them lots of fun. But making a shape with them to break a world record make them even more exciting! Read on to see how many balloons were needed to break this world record – and get carried away with the balloon math.
Skiing is a fun sport to do when there’s snow on the ground, but sometimes it can be challenging. Now imagine skiing on the world-record longest skis – with 169 other people! Read on to find out just how big these skis were, and glide through the math in this favorite winter sport.