Crayola crayons have all types of crazy names, like Fuzzy Wuzzy, and Outer Space. But wth all the different colors they have, they had to get creative with the names! Read on to do some colorful math in crayon naming.
Bedtime Math fan Isha I. asked us, how many teeth are there in the world? When you stop to count all the teeth in humans and animals, the numbers get big! Read on to sink your teeth into the math behind this toothy question.
Some animals are great at multi-tasking – including sleeping and swimming! Read on to do the math on these amazing animals that can catch some z’s on the move.
There are strange national holidays for everything – including National Take Your Pants for a Walk Day! When you think about how many steps you take each day (with or without pants), the numbers can really add up. So grab your pants, get moving, and do the math in walking with your pants.
Bedtime Math fan Alan D-S. asked us a great question: how many buildings are there in the world? Read on to build up the math and find out the answer!
When you hiccup, you make a little sound like a burp over and over again. But what’s happening when you hiccup? And how long can they last? Read on to find out, and see how hiccups can really add up over the years!
Bedtime Math fan Pavitra S. asked us, how many steps did we all take during school all year? Read on to find out – it might surprise you how quickly the steps add up!
Have you ever kept a secret? A secret is something you know that you aren’t supposed to tell anyone else. Sometimes, though, people tell secrets to 1 person, and lots of people end up knowing. Read on to do the math on how secrets spread – but shhhh! don’t tell anyone!
How much water does a water tower hold, and why are water towers so high off the ground? Read on to find out the answers to these great questions, and discover how much water and math are gushing out of this everyday structure!
OK, this is WAY more toothpaste than you need to brush your teeth. But what’s the right amount? And as our fan Maggie H. asked, how many squeezes can you get from one tube? Dentists say to use a blob the size of a pea, which comes to about 1/100th of a fluid ounce. So for every […]