Cyberchase is the Emmy award-winning animated math mystery show featuring a team of curious kids who use their math and problem solving skills to outwit and outsmart the villain Hacker in their quest to save Cyberspace. In addition to segments from the animated portion of the show, this collection of resources includes live-action For Real segments, in which hosts Bianca and Harry explore the show's math topics in everyday life.
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In this STEM activity from Cyberchase, students learn how a green roof can help to make a building cooler. In the accompanying classroom activity, they use a paper thermometer to calculate changes in temperature and demonstrate their understanding of how a green roof can be helpful.
Students learn about invasive species and the basic needs of plants in this STEM activity from Cyberchase. In the accompanying activity, they use non-standard measures and demonstrate their understanding of plants' needs and invasive species.
Students learn ways to conserve water, an important natural resource, in this STEM activity from Cyberchase. In the accompanying classroom activity, they calculate how much water is wasted from a leaky faucet over time and brainstorm different ways to save water.
In this STEM activity from Cyberchase, students learn that plants can be used to help reduce indoor air pollution and make the air healthier to breathe. In the accompanying classroom activity, they use ratios and estimation to determine the number of plants needed to decrease the indoor air pollution in a room.
Extend the learning with the related Cyberchase at-home activity Design Your Own Plant Superhero.
In this STEM activity from Cyberchase, students watch a video in which a habitat has been disturbed by the construction of a bike path. They then use x and y coordinates to locate items on a map and find a solution to the problem posed in the video.
Extend the learning with the related Cyberchase at-home activity Habitat Mapping Game.
This Cyberchase at-home activity allows students to explore animal habitats and how human-made construction can separate animals from the things they need. See what happens when human impact divides animal habitats by playing the Habitat Mapping Game with a partner.
This activity complements the classroom resource Animals, Maps, and Habitats, Oh My!
This Cyberchase at-home activity allows students to examine different types of plants and how they clean the air to make it better for us to breathe. Students will use what they’ve learned about air-cleaning plants to design their own plant superhero that can protect from pollutants in the air.
This activity complements the classroom resource Reducing Indoor Air Pollution.