iAdventures for Grades 4-5
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Social Studies

Language Arts
Sammy Safety Dog 4th-5th grade students learn language arts skills as they study travel safety.
Story Time 4th-5th grade students learn about genre, story elements, story writing, and reading aloud.
Women's Suffrage 5th-8th grade students learn about the history of women's fight for the right to vote.
The Internet Sleuth 4th-6th grade students learn all about information literacy.
Mr. Money Bags 4th-5th grade students learn to write a persuasive paper on why their new money design should be chosen to be created.
It's Party Time 3rd-6th grade special needs and general education students learn about Italian and Mexican traditions and food.
The Web Detectives 5th-6th grade students learn to evaluate Internet sites.
Until the Dust Settles 5th-8th grade students follow Jack as he tries to make as living during the Dust Bowl.
Tuck Everlasting 5th grade students think about the events that occur in the novel Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt and apply the situations to their real life situations.
Pet Dinosaur 4th-5th grade students determine which dinosaur pet to be best for them.
Lights, Camera, Action 5th grade students learn about the Revolutionary War while creating a movie script.
Long Ago and Far Away 4th-5th grade students learn about and create fairy tales and tall tales.
Reggie's Radical iAdventure through Missouri 4th grade students learn language arts skills as you help Reggie the Mule create brochures about regions of Missouri.
Captain E. Magination's A. R. Adventure 4th-5th grade students explore the literature elements of character, setting, and plot in this iAdventure.
George Washington's Shoes 4th-5th grade students take a trip back in time to write a sequel to "George Washington's Socks."
Math
National Geometric 4th-5th grade students travel the world and the web to learn about 2D and 3D geometric shapes.
Measurement - Do You Have The Correct Tools? 3rd-5th grade students decide on the best ways to measure.
It's Party Time 3rd-6th grade special needs and general education students learn about Italian and Mexican traditions and food.
Casper's Halloween Bash 4th-5th grade students put their adding and subtracting money values skills to the test as they plan their own Halloween party.
No Child Left Inside 4th-5th grade students learn about economics while planning an outdoor classroom.
Create a Student Store 4th-8th grade students learn math by manage a student store.
Pi Celebration Day 6th grade students explore how math can be used to create something fun for the whole school.
Shop Til You Drop 5th grade students learn to how to budget and spend money.
Trail Time iAdventure 5th grade students produce a trail map of their own community and create a trail construction budget.
Update the Playground 4th-5th grade students make a design for a fun new playground for your school!
Science and Health
Are You Ready? 2nd-5th grade students learn about man-made and natural disasters.
Where's the Picnic? 3rd-4th grade students explore Missouri's forest and river ecosystems.
In the Eye of the Storm 5th-7th grade students will learn about storms, storm causes, and storm safety.
Do it to Survive: Recycling 4th-5th grade students learn how a recycling program can help their school and their planet.
No Child Left Inside 4th-5th grade students learn about economics while planning an outdoor classroom.
Environment Emergency 4th-5th grade students learn about environmental problems that affect the citizens of our planet.
Measurement - Do You Have The Correct Tools? 3rd-5th grade students decide on the best ways to measure.
iAdventure: Pet Care 1st-3rd grade students learn the responsibilities of taking care of a pet.
Where To Go On Vacation 4th-5th grade students learn how to be prepared for natural disasters while planning a vacation.
Rabbit's Rotten Garden 4th-5th grade students learn about growing plants and how they grow.
Alex the Astronaut's Big Dilemma 5th grade students learn about planets as the help Alex the Astronaut decide which planet he and his space shuttle crew are going to visit on their next mission.
Tiny Tim's Troubles 4th-5th grade students learn about the different types of turtles.
Pet Dinosaur 4th-5th grade students determine which dinosaur pet to be best for them.
Which Animal Do You Want To Be? 4th-5th grade students learn about different kinds of animals.
The Great Debate: Basketball vs Volleyball 4th grade students gain knowledge of basketball and volleyball.
Defending the Environment from Dr. Naturehater! 5th grade students help the Environmental Investigations Specialists to research the impact of Dr. Naturehater's threat!
Holly and Jack's Wacky Weather Adventure 4th grade students students can learn all about different types of weather from the viewpoint of a rain drop!
Frog Alert!! 4th-5th grade students discover what's happening to our frogs!
Fossil Maker 4th-5th grade students learn about fossils and explore making their own.
Ocean Alive

 4th-5th grade students learn about the ocean and what lives in it.

Pet Wanted! 4th-5th grade students learn about the responsibilities of choosing a pet and being a pet owner.
Fly Away Home 4th grade students learn about migration, as they help some very confused birds find their way home.
U. S. Olympic Chef Wanted 5th grade students learn about food and nutrition as they plan a nutrition program for an olympic athlete.
Pauly's Australian iAdventure 4th-5th grade students help Pauly the Platypus use the Internet to learn about the biomes of Australia!
Save Woody's Wetlands! 4th grade students help Woody the wolverine figure out how to save the wetlands by becoming a wetlands expert.
New Discoveries 4th-5th grade students join Dr. Delaney on a voyage to make discoveries about animals and where they live.
Social Studies
Vacation! 5th grade students learn about how to plan a family vacation.
The Civil War 5th grade students learn about the American Civil War.
Famous Missourians 4th grade students learn more about the famous people of Missouri.
Women's Suffrage 5th-8th grade students learn about the history of women's fight for the right to vote.
Westward Expansion 4th-5th grade students learn about westward expansion and life in the 1800s.
American Indians - Past and Present 4th-6th grade students learn about Native Americans by studying how the Osage and Navajo Nations lived in the 1800s and how they are living in the present day.
North vs. South - A Civil War iAdventure 4th-5th grade students learn about the different causes leading up to the civil war.
The Immigrating Tumble 4th-5th grade students explore immigration to America before the Civil War.
Summer Vacation 4th-5th grade students discover the states of our United States of America.
Mr. Money Bags 4th-5th grade students learn to write a persuasive paper on why their new money design should be chosen to be created.
Do it to Survive: Recycling 4th-5th grade students learn how a recycling program can help their school and their planet.
My Kind of Woman 3rd-5th grade students learn to write biographies about women, past ot present.
Oregon Trail 4th-5th grade students learn why Americans braved the hardships of the Oregon Trail
Replacing the Stolen Stamp File 4th-5th grade students learn about famous historical people and events.
No Child Left Inside 4th-5th grade students learn about economics while planning an outdoor classroom.
Until the Dust Settles 5th-8th grade students follow Jack as he tries to make as living during the Dust Bowl.
Following the Oregon Trail 4th-5th grade students follow Katie and Tommy as they make their way on the Oregon Trail!
Flat Stanley's Continental Adventure 4th-5th grade students explore different cultures and landscapes on different continents with the help of Flat Stanley.
Saudi Cities 4th grade students learn about the main and holy cities in Saudi Arabia to help Sam from the USA on his visit.
Tyrone's Heritage Adventure 4th grade students learn about African-Americans role in science, history, and government.
The Wild Wild West 4th grade students explore the challenges of daily life the early settlers and pioneers faced in the 1800's  in relation to the Oregon Trail and settling the Western Frontier.
Dilemma For Winter Vacation 4th-5th grade students learn geography, nature, and culture of Hawaii and Florida.
Native American Life on the Plains in the 1800's 5th grade students go on an adventure on the the plains of North America to discover just what kind of life you would have led if you were born to a Plains Indian tribe in the 19th century.
Where to Travel? Adventures with Harry 4th grade students learn about planning a trip with Harry, Ron and Hermione.
The Civil War 4th-5th grade students learn about the Civil War. 
One Soldier's
Story
5th grade students learn facts about the Civil War.
I'm Just a Bill
Making a Bill into a Law
5th grade students learn how a bill becomes a law.
Randy's Radical Vacation 4th grade students choose a vacation destination while learning about the regions of the United States.
Lights, Camera, Action 5th grade students learn about the Revolutionary War while creating a movie script.
Home of the Brave 4th grade students learn about the symbols of our nation while planning a vacation for their family.
Time Travel to the 1800's 4th-5th grade students join Christopher as he travels east to visit family, only to discover that Civil War is imminent!
Westward Ho! Pioneer Adventure 4th-5th grade students follow a pioneer family as they take a long trip across the country in the mid-1800's.
Replacing the Stolen Stamp File 4th-5th grade students learn about famous historical people by designing a postage stamp.
Disappear into the Night 4th-5th grade students encounter courage and fear as they learn about the Holocaust.
Reggie's Radical iAdventure through Missouri 4th grade students learn language arts skills as you help Reggie the Mule create brochures about regions of Missouri.
Who are the Native Americans? 4th-5th grade students learn about native Americans while on a virtual exploration for a museum.
George Washington's Shoes 4th-5th grade students take a trip back in time to write a sequel to "George Washington's Socks."
Art/Music
Mr. Clef's Musical Dilemma

4th grade students learn about certain string and woodwind instruments used in orchestras.

The Choosy Curator 5th grade students take on the role of Art Curator and help a museum pick out new art!

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