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Cyberchase

Cyberchase: The Chase is On!


It is up to you to save Cyberspace! Join forces with Matt, Inez, Jackie and Digit and blast off into Cyberchase – The Chase Is On!, an out-of-this-world math museum exhibit in which YOU get to play hero and save the day.

Visitors to Cyberchase – The Chase is On! help the CyberSquad protect the virtual universe from the villainous Hacker while exploring math concepts such as place value, algebra, geometry, fractions and probability. More than 20 hands-on activities are based on fans’ favorite cybersites and adventures, including Tikiville, Poddleville, Control Central, the Grim Wreaker and more!

This multimedia experience explores ways to get the most out of math while having fun. It was designed with the following quintessential question in mind: “Can I figure it out?” Guided by Motherboard, children journey through an interactive plot where they solve stimulating challenges using their math and reasoning skills. With a team of mathematical advisors and experts, content and activities for the exhibit are designed to reach a target audience of children ages 5-10 years old, their families and teachers. The exhibit includes 23 bilingual hands-on activities in multiple component areas.

Experience Cyberchase – The Chase is On! first-hand at the Children’s Museum of Houston – America’s No. 1 children’s museum by Parents magazine!

 

 


Produced by: Funding is provided by:
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Additional funding is provided by Lynne and Marc Benioff, the Tiger Baron Foundation, Shailaja and Umesh Nagarkatte and Ellen Marcus.
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