A great way to celebrate Chocolate Day is by eating it – and doing math on the world’s largest Hershey kiss! Read on to find out just how large this kiss was, and eat up the numbers behind chocolate.
National Chocolate Ice Cream Day is a terrific holiday! But how was chocolate ice cream invented? Read on to see, and cool down with some delicious, chocolatey ice cream math.
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!
No matter how much you love your favorite snack, it probably tastes even better dipped in some warm and gooey cheese or chocolate. That’s what you do when you eat “fondue.” Read on to eat up the fun math in “fun-due!”
If snow is starting to fall where you live, you may be out there building a snowman or chucking snowballs at your friends — and you may notice how the really wet, sticky snow you can pack into shapes is also really heavy. How can those teeny specks falling from the sky weigh so much? Read on to see – and find out just how much a snowflake weighs.
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.
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!
S’mores are yummy treats to make over a campfire. And now there’s a way to make lots of s’mores at once, even if it’s raining and you don’t have a fire. Read on to discover how you can make even more s’mores, and do the delicious, gooey math!
Just how many cupcakes do you have to eat in a variety pack until you end up with your favorite combination of cake and frosting? Read on to find out and do the yummy cupcake math!
Did you ever imagine making a humongous peanut butter cup? Find out how to do it here with a little creative math!