Have you ever eaten a snowman? Well these fun snowmen are made of marshmallows and other candy, so you can eat them! Read on to see how to build these mini winter-time desserts, and do the snowman stacking math.
What’s your favorite Halloween candy? Does it match the favorite candy of most people where you live? Read on to map out the math in everyone’s favorite candy across the country!
When you eat candy, normally you throw out the wrappers, because what else are you going to do with them? Well, if you’re as resourceful as these people, you might just want to start saving them! Read on to see where math meets candy wrappers and clothes.
Have you ever thought about eating worms? How about gummy worms? And just how big is the biggest gummy worm in the world? Read on to find out – and eat your way through the gummy, yummy numbers!
On Valentine’s Day, people are giving and getting cards and boxes of chocolates. But just how many pounds of chocolate do we eat on this yummy holiday? Read on to find out, and see how sweet math can be!
If you live in America, you may come home today from trick-or-treating with a huge pile of candy, or have leftovers from the candy you give kids who visit you. Where are you going to put it all? One candy-loving guy has the answer. Read on to find out his clever solution, and crunch on the candy math!
We’re big fans of chocolate and graphs here at Bedtime Math. So what better way to celebrate Halloween than combining the two and making a Venn Diagram of Chocolate! Read on to see where your favorite chocolate lands in this delicious diagram.
As if building with Lego wasn’t already fun, one guy has found a way to make it even more of a blast. Read on to find out how – and do the yummy, gummy Lego math!
Did you ever imagine making a humongous peanut butter cup? Find out how to do it here with a little creative math!