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A Town Called Greasy
February 4th, 2021

A lot of American towns and cities have pretty plain names. But there are some with interesting ones, like Happyland, CT and Oddville, KY. Read on to discover more odd-ball town names, and do the math!

Tricks to Make You a Math Whiz
May 8th, 2020

Want to learn how to do some pretty cool math tricks in your head and wow your friends and family? Read on to find out the tricks in becoming a math whiz!

Stretch That Song to the Sky
December 24th, 2019

If you’d like to play an instrument that’s bigger than you are, try the harp. If you’d like to play an instrument that’s A LOT bigger than you, try the Earth Harp! Read on to find out about this 700-foot harp that Bedtime Math fans Sophie and Ian G. told us about – and play along with the math in music.

Tricks of the Leg
March 8th, 2018

It’s hard to look at this picture without feeling dizzy – and without seeing all the math in it! Read on to see how these dancers pulled off this trick of the eye, and dance your way through the numbers.

A Triple Bottle-Flip
October 5th, 2016

We’re loving this awesome video of a triple bottle-flip that Bedtime Math fans Matthew, Sean, and Ryan D. sent us! When you stop to think about it, this neat activity has lots of math involved. Read on to flip out over the fun numbers in bottle-flipping.

The Biggest, Stinkiest Flower
June 10th, 2016

Spring is the time when flowers bloom and you get to see lots of pretty colors. Bedtime Math fans Jane and Rita R. just let us know that the biggest flower of them all is blooming right now! Just how big is this flower? Read on to find out, and spring into the math in gigantic flowers.

Rocketing Rocks
January 14th, 2016

Outer space and all the planets and stars out there seem really far away. But Bedtime Math fans Rufus R. and his mom shared with us that in November a “meteor” – a small, loose rock in space – smashed right into Earth, hitting Australia! Read on to find out more and do the out-of-this-world math on meteors.

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