Whoever said you shouldn’t play with your food obviously never saw these Lego-shaped molds for chocolate. Read on to see how the numbers stack up with this delicious invention!
What’s the coolest car in town? We’d have to say it’s this life-sized car made out of Lego pieces. Read on to zoom through the math in this awesome Lego creation!
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.
K’Nex are pretty cool to begin with, but this world-record K’Nex structure is out of this world! With elevators, ramps, a ferris wheel and more, it’s easy to see how it is the largest K’Nex ball contraption. Read on to see it in action and get on a roll with the math.
Normally, skyscrapers are big buildings for which you have to reach your head really far back to see the top. But the Newby-McMahon “skyscraper” in Texas is a little different. Read on to find out why – and see how it can be really important to do the math when it comes to getting measurements right!
You’ve probably built with Lego before, but have you ever built with Lego cake? This is one cake that’s almost as much fun to make as it is to eat! Read on to discover the numbers in going big with Legos – and eat up the yummy math.
What if you could build your own house out of Lego? How many pieces would you need? Read on to build up with the Lego math!
Domino chains are so simple but so cool. And when you make them into patterns and spirals with multiple levels like Lily Hevesh does, they’re even cooler! Read on to discover the math behind building a triple domino spiral – and see where math, science, and art collide.
You know how sunshine can bounce off glass windows into our eyes? Well, imagine a building with this problem – but bigger! Read on to see how one building was causing a meltdown in London, and discover the math in this bright building.
Bedtime Math fan Calvin T. asked us, why is there scaffolding around new buildings? Read on to find out the answer, and climb high with the math!