Have you been to 100 different places? How about danced at them? One guy did just that and made a really cool video of it. Read on to move and groove your way through the dancing math!
When you need to see in the dark, you grab a flashlight. Even a tiny flashlight can be a big help. But the Torch flashlight will definitely get the job done. It’s so hot that it can toast marshmallows and fry eggs. Read on to see how the math heats up with this super bright flashlight!
What special talent landed Anastasia the pup a Guinness World Record? Read on to see and do the math on her record-breaking performance!
Did you know dance and math can be related?! Check out this math problem to see how.
You probably don’t think about toilet paper too often – until it runs out. Well, if you get the new ‘Forever Roll’ of toilet paper, you’ll think about it even less! This giant roll weighs 2 pounds and is 9 inches in diameter (distance across that circle). It’s so enormous that it needs its own […]
Jump rope is fun, but it’s tricky. And it’s even harder when you mix in some tricks, like jumping rope while sitting down, or cartwheeling over the rope. But this group of girls makes all that look easy! Read on to do the math and see how they perfectly time these surprising stunts.
Spider webs are fascinating – and full of math, as it turns out! Read on to discover the shapes and numbers in spider webs, and see just what great mathematicians spiders can be.
Full moons are special, but Supermoon full moons are super special! Read on to get a full picture of the math behind this neat, out-of-this-world phenomenon.
Have you ever watched an airplane in the sky, and wondered how many people are in there, and where they’re going? Now just imagine how many planes fly above you in one day! Read on to take flight with the math in the number of people flying over your head.
As beautiful as a rose is, a dozen is even more beautiful. So how about 18 million of them, put together to make all kinds of shapes of animals, buildings, people, and more? Read on to wake up and smell the roses – and do the math in the annual Rose Parade!