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.
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.
We all know some crayon colors are more popular than others. But what can you do with the leftover pieces of crayons that are too small to color with? Make your own crazy tie-dyed crayons! Read on to see how – and do the colorful math.
Dogs may seem like they’re just fun, fluffy goofballs. But some dogs actually work real jobs, such as police dogs. When you count up all the hours and years they spend training and doing their jobs, it’s clear that they’re not just all about the fun and games! Read on to see how the training adds up – and do the canine counting.
Usually you aren’t supposed to pound on your toys with sticks. But there’s one toy where you can do that all you want. Read on to find out what toy this is, and do the musical math!
Sometimes you look at your everyday life and decide you need a change – a big change. And one way to get that is to repaint your bedroom. Lots of colors, lots of eye-hurting patterns – something that will make a statement.
If you could repaint your room, and could go as crazy as you wanted, what colors would you use? Of course, the fancier you get, the more carefully you have to plan.
The 3D printer is a pretty exciting machine. And it becomes even more exciting when you put chocolate in it to print out cool, yummy chocolate shapes. Read on to do the math and play with your dessert!
When we drive on the road, we can’t all just go every which way. We have to stay on one side, and wait our turn where roads cross. Stop signs help, but really busy crossings need traffic lights. The traffic light, that cute red, yellow and green trio, was patented (made official as an invention) on this day in 1923. Actually, the very first electric traffic light was invented in 1912 by Lester Wire, a policeman in Utah fed up with all the traffic; you can imagine, after hundreds of years of slow horse-drawn carriages, what it was like to have this speedy, loud thing called a car suddenly show up. So Wire borrowed the idea of railroad signals to make a traffic light, which had just red and green for stop and go. Then in 1920, Detroit cop William Potts built one with 3 colors (red, orange and green). As you see here, people have tried other designs, like this funny dial one from Australia, but the three-color light is what keeps most of us from crashing into each other today.
If you raced an alligator, who would win? Are you faster than an alligator? Read on to do the math to see if you could say “See ya later, alligator!” in a race against this short, stumpy friend.