Can two rectangles have the same perimeter but… different areas!?
How has the volume of laptops changed over time? You know you want to check out how huge those first versions were!
So… just how many kids could we cram onto the playground?
Let's make some intentionally bad graphs to learn how to spot poorly made graphs.
What if I told you that an elephant weighed a back-breaking 176,000? Could you figure out the unit I'm using? But… how many corgis would that be?
Is gas actually that expensive? What if we filled a car up with… orange juice?
Your special friends sure have some unique gift needs!
How heavy is the world's heaviest pumpkin when measured in Mr. Byrds?
Let's find how the diameter and circumference of famous circles are related.
What if I told you that I'm 341,640 old? Could you figure out what unit I'm using? Hint: it's not years!
There can never be just one angle.
How long would it take to mow a very large lawn with a push-mower?
So, if I told you a bathtub holds 640 of water, which unit would make the most sense?
What if I told you a movie was a whopping 0.017 long? Could you figure out the unit I'm using? This lesson packs in strange measurements of time as well as tiny decimals.
How many 2 liter bottles could you fill up using the water in an olympic-sized pool?
How many pounds of pasta could you cook using the water in an olympic-sized pool?
How many times could you fill up a jet plane using the fuel that would fit in an olympic-sized pool?