It’s fun to get a goody bag after going to a party. And just imagine if that goody bag is actually filled with water…and a new pet fish! Read on to find out more about this event that actually happened at Bedtime Math, and see just how much math those new fish pet-owners did to keep their swimming friends happy.
Bedtime Math fan Michael B. just let us know that scientists found a fish on the ocean floor that can walk! Read on to take a walk on the wild side with the math in this amazing discovery.
What’s this crazy-looking creature and where do you find it? Read on to find out – and take a deep dive with the math in ocean life!
Flying fish got that name for a reason. But do they really fly? Read on to do the math to find out!
The mola mola fish, or sunfish, is definitely a fish, but looks more like an alien visiting from outer space. And when it comes to this wacky creature, there are a lot of numbers! Click “Read More” to discover these numbers, and do the mola mola math.
When you look in a river or stream, sometimes you see fish swimming around. But you don’t usually expect to see a giant fish sticking out of a building when you look up! That’s probably why this sculpture sticking through a building in Portland, Oregon is so eye-catching. Read on to find out about this flying fish sculpture and swim through the math.
What’s the opposite of a sunfish and does it really exist? Read on to find out, and do the underwater math on these odd fish!
Why is the gafftopsail one cool cat(fish) of a dad? Read on to find out – and see how the numbers in being a dad really add up!
Our fans are really curious about the number of animals in the world. Fan Chryssa Z. asked us, are there more people or fish in the world? And fan Lora S. asked us, how many birds are there — does the sky have even more living things than water or land? Read on to find out the answers – and soar through the math in land and sea animals!
Bedtime Math fans really want to know about animal years. Victoria and Emilia I. asked, can you measure years using animals other than dogs? And Sophie L. asked how old her cats are in cat years. Read on to do the math on the age of our favorite furry pals!