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.

How heavy is the world's heaviest pumpkin when measured in Mr. Byrds?

Your special friends sure have some unique gift needs!

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?

Let's find how the diameter and circumference of famous circles are related.

There can *never* be just one angle.

How long would it take to mow a very large lawn with a push-mower?

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!*

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?