When the math teacher, Mrs. Fibonnica explains to her class that students can think of almost anything as a math problem, one young girl takes the statement much too seriously. Suddenly, she is cursed with thinking of even the most insignificant activities as math problems that she must solve. Finally, she has a dream that frees her from this obsessive behaviour - until the science teacher, Mr. Newton, explains that students can think of almost anything as a science experiment! Although this comical story has some American content, every page is packed with ideas and possibilities suitable for Saskatchewan classrooms. The story is based on the book by Jon Scieszka, with pictures by Lane Smith.