Marble ramps can be chaos, with the marble zooming around the maze at fast speeds. Now ramp it up with 13,000 marbles! Read on to see how the fun and math increases with a giant marble ramp.
When we think of whales, we think of big, wide, round animals moving slowly through the water. But the fin whale is different. Even though it’s the second biggest animal on Earth, it can swim quickly and jump gracefully out of the water. Read on to swim through the math in this amazing animal!
Whenever we talk about our furry friends the koalas, we imagine them hugging a tree, hanging on tightly probably to keep from sliding down. But scientists have now found out exactly why these creatures hug trees. Read on to find out why, and do the tree-hugging koala math!
The U.S. celebrates its stripey, starry flag on June 14 every year. But this flag hasn’t always been the same. Read on to see how it’s changed, and try the math the flag-makers have done throughout the years!
Pancakes might just be the yummiest breakfast food out there. And now, they don’t have to just be circle-shaped. Read on to find out about the PancakeBot, and eat up the yummy math in this fun invention!
Let’s face it: our pets want to be like us. They want to eat our food, sleep on our beds, and play our games — like Jenga, where you stack lots of thin wooden blocks, then pull them out one at a time without making the stack fall down. Read on to see how one cat’s Jenga-playing skills stack up – along with the numbers!
Biting into an ear of corn is like biting into a whole bunch of math. And what better way to celebrate Corn on the Cob Day than to see how the numbers in corn add up? Read on to do the corny math and look at corn in a whole new way!
When something is teeny, it’s especially cute…including deer! Read on to meet the pudu, a tiny relative of the deer that only reaches 12 inches high – and do the miniature math.
Bedtime Math fans Nate and Imogen S. asked us, how many raspberries are harvested around the world in a year? And how many blueberries? Read on to do the juicy math in these berry large numbers!
Merry-go-rounds just got wild! Our fan Laurel P. let us know about one that artist Jeff Briggs has created from people’s drawings of animals. Read on to take a spin with the math in this wild ride.