Koalas are those cute furry animals that like to climb trees and eat leaves. But did you know koala “bears” aren’t actually bears? Read on to find out more fun facts about these furballs, and do the koala math!
Chances are you’ve seen green bushes growing in front of people’s houses or in nature before. But have you ever seen bushes that were shaped like animals? Read on to do the math in this wild art form called “topiary.”
Almost every animal gets its own day to be celebrated. And that’s why there’s International Sloth Day! Read on to slink through the math in these lovable, yet slow-moving creatures.
People like pancakes, but apparently so do tortoises! And even tiny pancakes can be a delicious mouthful for small tortoises. Read on to see how the math in pancakes stacks up for these reptile friends.
Starfish usually have 5 legs. But did you know that some types of starfish have up to 50 legs? Read on to get a leg – or 20 – up on the math in starfish!
Imagine having to hit your head against a tree to get your dinner. That’s what woodpeckers have to do. Read on to peck your way through the math in eating bugs!
This crazy-looking animal might be only 3 inches long, but it sure can hop fast! Read on to find out more about the jerboa, and get hopping with the math.
Do you think you’re bigger than a monkey? Well, you’re definitely bigger than the world’s smallest one, but maybe not as big as the biggest monkey. Read on to find out about these two amazing animals, and swing through the monkey math!
Bedtime Math fan Evy H. asked us, how much does the Sun weigh? Read on to find out, and weigh in on the math in outer space objects!
If you’ve ever hugged a tree all the way around, we bet it was not a sequoia. Sequoias are huge trees! So naturally there’s a lot of math in them. Read on to discover the numbers in these towering trees.