As if building with Lego wasn’t already fun, one guy has found a way to make it even more of a blast. Read on to find out how – and do the yummy, gummy Lego math!
What’s the coolest car in town? We’d have to say it’s this life-sized car made out of Lego pieces. Read on to zoom through the math in this awesome Lego creation!
Someone is always building big new things out of Lego, and this Lego record is an exciting one: the world’s tallest Lego tower! But just how tall is it? Read on to find out – and see how the math stacks up.
Houses and hotels are usually made out of hard bricks, wood, and materials like that. But the Lego Hotel in California decided to make its hotel out of Lego – or at least make it look like it’s made from Lego pieces. Read on to discover the fun and numbers in this one-of-a-kind building!
You’ve probably built with Lego before, but have you ever built with Lego cake? This is one cake that’s almost as much fun to make as it is to eat! Read on to discover the numbers in going big with Legos – and eat up the yummy math.
What if you could build your own house out of Lego? How many pieces would you need? Read on to build up with the Lego math!
It’s hard to get something that’s more fun than Legos, robots, or cars – except when they’re all together! Read on to do the math on a Lego robot that builds Lego cars, and see how quickly the fun adds up.
Longtime Bedtime Math fan Benjamin H. asked us, how many Lego pieces are made every day? Read on to do the math and find out the answer to this fantastic question – you might be surprised at just how many Legos are being churned out and stacked up each day!
Bedtime Math fans Mikey and Mateo C. asked us, how many Lego bricks would it take to reach the top of the Empire State Building? Read on to do the math and see how the Lego stack up!
If there was a life-size house made of Legos, would you live in it? Well, we don’t know about living in it, but people were lining up to help build a real house of Legos for a British TV show. And good thing, too, because the house used over 3 million Lego bricks! Read on to see how the math quickly stacked up when building this big house with tiny bricks.