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The Story of Passover, Rube Goldberg-Style
March 27th, 2021

How do you tell the story of Passover with a Rube Goldberg machine? Read on to find out, and do the math in this crazy telling of Passover!

Flip-Flopping Flag
June 14th, 2020

Did you know the American flag hasn’t always looked like it does now? It’s gone through a lot of different designs, which involves a lot of math to make it look good! Read on to find out how many versions of the US flag there have been, and see how the stars and stripes add up.

A Day for Lucky Pennies
May 23rd, 2020

The saying goes “See a penny, pick it up, and all day you’ll have good luck!” But does it double the luck if you find it on National Lucky Penny Day? Read on to use your “cents” and do the math in lucky pennies.

It’s No Joke
April 1st, 2020

On April Fools’ Day, everyone’s out to play jokes on each other. And no matter the trick, doing the math right is sure to help you fool your friends. Read on for some crazy jokes and April Fools’ Day math!

Leap Day!
February 29th, 2020

Leap Day only comes around once every 4 years – so why not celebrate it with some math? Read on to hop, skip, and jump with the numbers on this odd day.

A Day for Sweet Teeth
February 14th, 2020

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!

National “Dress up Your Pet” Day
January 14th, 2020

Today is National Dress up Your Pet Day in the U.S., in case you weren’t already doing that and needed a good reason. We have no idea how this holiday started, but we’re guessing it wasn’t the pets who asked for it. With so many different pets and clothing options, each pet can have his own unique style! Read on to mix and match the pet outfit math.

The Race to Start the New Year
December 31st, 2019

Tonight is New Year’s Eve, when people everywhere ring in the new year. But 2015 doesn’t begin at the same time for everyone! Read on to do the time zone math and see who gets to celebrate the new year first!

Miracle of Oil
December 22nd, 2019

Hanukkah is the Jewish holiday also known as the Festival of Lights. Read on to find out more about this holiday that shines bright with candle and food math!

Spotlight on 11/11 11:11
November 11th, 2019

We are loving the geometry in the Anthem Veterans Memorial sculpture in Arizona. What makes this sculpture so mathematically special? Read on to find out – and see how math can meet nature to create memorable and honoring tributes.

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