Sure, you've probably eaten apples, bananas, and grapes. But have you ever tasted a jabuticaba? And if not, what does it even look like? Read on to discover the math in a list of 20 fruits you've probably never eaten - and see how many you might be adventurous enough to try!
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It's fun to read a story, so why shouldn't cats get to hear a bedtime story like we do? One animal shelter thought they should, and created a Book Buddies Program where kids come and read to the cats there. When you count up all the kids, cats, and books, the numbers really add up! Read on to find out more about this meow-gnificent idea.
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Have you ever tried to juggle? It's tricky, but really cool. And with a little math, you could get the hang of it! Read on to find out the 3 basic ways of juggling, and have fun juggling the numbers.
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Before true mathematical thought develops, reading to babies can help them explore precursor concepts of math. This caregiver uses pointing and motions to establish joint attention and then her language emphasizes attributes – soft, rough, fluffy.