Never mind giving a pig a pancake — what happens when you give a bunch of live birds a set of guitars? Read on to find out – and strum your way through the musical math!
Do you think you’re bigger than a monkey? Well, you’re definitely bigger than the world’s smallest one, but maybe not as big as the biggest monkey. Read on to find out about these two amazing animals, and swing through the monkey math!
Did you ever wonder what cars would say if they could talk? Chances are they’d ask a lot of questions that you’d be able to answer by doing some math. So read on to see what your car might say…and figure out how you’d answer it!
It’s Australia Day, which is a great time to talk about all the neat animals that live down there. One of the many unique ones is the wombat. Read on to learn more about this cute critter, and scurry your way through the math in these furry friends.
Bedtime Math fan Sydney B. asked us, what’s the longest finger anyone has ever had? Read on to find out and do some “hands-on” math!
Bedtime Math fan Alexis V. asked us, how many times do we blink while watching a movie? Read on to find out the answer and do the math – you may not believe your eyes!
How would you feel if you went to bed at night ready to sleep, and found someone already sleeping in your spot? Well, that’s probably how this dog felt when he found the cat in his bed. Read on to do the math on the pillow fight that followed, and see how hard this pup worked to get his bed back.
Canned food isn’t just for eating. Each year, people get together and build cool-looking statues out of them for an event called “Canstruction.” Read on to do the building math in playing with your (canned) food.
Have you ever wondered how much you’d need to eat if you ate just donuts, or just carrots, or just cake? For some foods, it’s a smaller amount than others. And an app called Calorific shows you just how much of some foods equal 200 “calories.” Read on to do the math and find out just how many donuts and carrots equal the same amount!
Imagine floating on the ocean and having a giant killer whale swim right under you! That’s what happened to one guy in California. At 30 feet long and with a fin that’s 6 feet high, these gentle giants are full of math. Read on to go big with the killer whale math.