As many schools begin the 2020-2021 academic year with a blend of face-to-face and remote learning, THIRTEEN’s Cyberchase continues to support math and STEM learning no matter the situation. With a wide array of resources, games, and activities, Cyberchase offers great ways to incorporate standards-aligned math and problem-solving lessons into both in-classroom and at-home learning.
Green It Up is a hands-on program designed for children ages 6-8 to inspire a deep appreciation for nature, build STEM skills, and help students feel empowered to take action in their communities to care for the planet, just like their favorite characters from Cyberchase.
This collection on PBS LearningMedia extends the STEM content from Cyberchase episodes with activities that foster research and investigation skills for learners grades 1 to 4. Students map habitats, create a water conservation plan, design a plant superhero, and more. All resources are available in English and Spanish.
Organized by topic areas, these hands-on activities and games offer simple ways parents and caregivers (even those who aren’t math experts) can get their kids engaged with math learning.
Cyberchase‘s innovative campaign “Text-to-Teacher” returns for another year. Elementary teachers can text STEM to 30644 to receive standards-aligned math and environmental science activities on a weekly basis. Also, starting October 2020, WNET Education will demonstrate a Cyberchase at-home learning activity on Facebook Live every other month through June 2021.