Anytime Program: Cyberchase Green It Up Camp

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  • About Cyberchase

    Cyberchase, America’s longest-running math series, has engaged millions of children in the fun and challenge of math and STEM for more than 17 years. The animated series tells the story of a team of curious kids, summoned into cyberspace to outwit and outsmart the villain Hacker using math and problem-solving skills. Cyberchase proves that math is everywhere, and everyone can use it to make the world better.

    About the Camp

    Cyberchase Green It Up! is a one-week virtual summer camp made possible thanks to a partnership with Leon County Schools and WNET. When future sessions are available, we will link to registration via this page.

    Green It Up! is a hands-on program designed by WNET for children ages 6-8 to inspire a deep appreciation for nature, build STEM skills, and help them feel empowered to take action in their communities to care for the planet, just like their favorite characters from Cyberchase.

    Throughout five days of camp, students explore content from the beloved and long-running PBS KIDS math series, Cyberchase, while simultaneously diving into topics of environmental stewardship and conservation. This camp has been free and available to rising K-3rd grade Gifted and Talented students in Leon County.


    What to Expect

    Intended for rising K – 3rd graders, during their one-week virtual experience, campers can expect to have fun learning about math and science topics related to:

    • Deforestation,
    • Pollinators,
    • Container Gardening & Flower Gardens,
    • Composting.


    ● 8 hands-on activity cards on different environmental topics. Each card includes an “Explore” activity (an experiment or craft) and a “Get Outside” activity (a mini field trip to explore the concept in an outdoor setting).
    ● A Kids Can Help! poster with kid-friendly actions to help the environment.
    ● Related Cyberchase video clips that correspond with each activity.
    ● Take-home activity booklets that align with classroom activities.

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    How does Green It Up! work?

    • Pick at least 4 activity cards that will work for your program. Include the “Big Finale” activity card as the last
      session. Guide students through activities in any order, ending with the “Big Finale.”
    • Pass out take-home activity booklets for families to follow along at home. Each card has a corresponding at-home
      activity, labeled with the same image at the top. Check in regularly with families to see if they are completing activities at home.
    • Educators are encouraged to use Cyberchase video clips referenced in each activity to introduce topics,
      give background, and engage students. Go to to find clips. Full episodes are also available at
    • Use the links on to help you plan “Get Outside” activities. You’ll find links to websites that help you locate local farms, gardens, and parks, as well as more information on the environmental topics in the program.
    • During the “Big Finale” activity, your students will have a chance to reflect on what they’ve learned. Share what your students create with families, school groups, and the rest of your community by emailing us photos or links to, and also with Cyberchase at

    Related Links

    Cyberchase Green It Up!
    An overview of WFSU Public Media’s collaboration with WNET to provide Cyberchase resources and professional development to our viewing area.

    PBS KIDS Cyberchase
    Check out content from the original PBS KIDS series, tune in to WFSU TV, or stream our content online via our 24/7 PBS KIDS channel, WFSU KIDS 360.

    Cyberchase on PBS LearningMedia
    Explore the collection on PBS LearningMedia, PBS’s one-stop resource for all things educational media. Here you’ll find standards-aligned curriculum and lesson plans, activities and games to have fun with at home or in the classroom, and clips of the ‘meat’ of many episodes of Cyberchase, so you can get straight to the learning objective if you’re short on time – all free for you and your kiddo or classroom to use!