iAdventures for Grades 6-8
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Who Ratted Out the Franks? 6th-8th grade students explore the unsolved mystery of Anne Frank and the inhabitants of the Secret Annex.
Nuclear Warfare? 6th-8th grade students learn about current events and American government.
Landfill in Brownsville? 6th-8th grade students learn Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science as they study landfills.
Ecuador or Peru 6th-9th grade students learn Spanish as they go on an adventure.
Women's Suffrage 5th-8th grade students learn about the history of women's fight for the right to vote.
Research Detectives 6th-8th grade students learn about library and Internet research.
The Internet Sleuth 4th-6th grade students learn all about information literacy.
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.
Community Bridge Engineering iAdventure 6th-9th grade students learn about math, science, engineering, decisions making, public presentations, and bridges.
The Odyssey 8th-9th grade students learn about the Trojan War hero, Odysseus and his adventures.
The Outsiders 7th-8th grade students study the novel, The Ousiders by S.E. Hinton.
Until the Dust Settles 5th-8th grade students follow Jack as he tries to make as living during the Dust Bowl.
Tuck Everlasting 6th-7th 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.
Helping the Homeless 6th-8th grade students learn about overcoming the problems of diseased and homeless pets.
So You Want To Be A Politician? 6th-8th grade students run for office and work towards being elected.
Captain E. Magination's A. R. Adventure 6th grade students explore the literature elements of character, setting, and plot in this iAdventure.
George Washington's Shoes 6th grade students take a trip back in time to write a sequel to "George Washington's Socks."
What if...?  7th grade students learn about the survival genre of writing, as they follow Harry the Hamster on his journey.
The Last Great Race on Earth 6th-8th grade students join an Iditarod iAdventure as they make their way to Alaska!
Creating Children's Literature 6th-8th grade students learn about literature when they are hired to write a children's story book.
Welcome to Friendship International 6th-8th grade students write a personal narrative or research paper as they learn about Egypt and New Zealand.
Math
The Associate iAdventure 6th-8th grade students learn abour area, perimeter, measurement and conversions, and number operations.
Community Bridge Engineering iAdventure 6th-9th grade students learn about math, science, engineering, decisions making, public presentations, and bridges.
It's Party Time 3rd-6th grade special needs and general education students learn about Italian and Mexican traditions and food.
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.
My Homie 6th-8th grade students calculate area in square feet and square yards as they must decide what type of flooring to put in the living room of their new house and design the floor plan using specific parameters.
Laptop or Desktop 6th-8th grade students learn about managing their money and making decisions as they decide to purchase a computer.
The Family Vacation 8th grade students complete a budget to planning a vacation.
Travel iAdventure 6th-8th grade students will deduce cost of travel to selected countries.
A Home For A Puppy 7th grade students learn math concepts while building a home for a puppy.
Let's Get Cookin' 6th grade students learn about following recipes, fractions, and cooking.
How to Make Your Dreams Come True!  7th grade students learn about the relationships between lifestyle, career choices, and finances.
Pet Wanted! 6th-7th grade students learn about the responsibilities of choosing a pet and being a pet owner.
It's My Life! 7th grade students learn mathematics skills as they design and build their dream house.
The Ultimate Graduation Gift 7th-8th grade students learn about real-world uses for math as you plan the ultimate vacation!
Vacation Destination 6th-8th grade students learn math as they plan their own summer vacation by creating a budget and itinerary.
May the Best Animal Win 6th-8th grade students learn about budgeting and making persuasive speeches as they help out the zoo.
Rock Festival

6th-8th grade students learn economics and math as they plan a rock concert!

Science and Health
Landfill in Brownsville? 6th-8th grade students learn Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science as they study landfills.
Health and Nutrition 6th-8th grade students focus on physical well being, particularly various forms of exercise and nutrition.
In the Eye of the Storm 5th-7th grade students will learn about storms, storm causes, and storm safety.
Community Bridge Engineering iAdventure 6th-9th grade students learn about math, science, engineering, decisions making, public presentations, and bridges.
Jenny and Justin's Planet Adventure 6th-8th grade students learn about the planets (physical characteristics, locations, qualities, and interesting facts).
Let's Go to the Science Fair 6th-8th grade students learn about the scientifuc method.
Mountain Climbing iAdventures 6th grade students learn about mountains and valleys.
Exploring Life in the Forest Canopy 7th grade students explore scientific research in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, with local parallel activities for students.
Let's Hear It For Earth Science 8th grade students learn about weather, climate, rock formation, ecosystems, and water safety.
Helping the Homeless 6th-8th grade students learn about overcoming the problems of diseased and homeless pets.
Eating Right and Staying Healthy 7th grade students explore healthy eating habits and nutrition.
Help Sindy Make The Best Decision 6th grade students learn about what natural disasters are and how to prevent loss
Plastic, Paper, or ... T-Shirt? 6th-8th grade students save trees and reduce plastic waste by converting t-shirts into reusable grocery bags!
The Raging Fury of "Velocity" (a hurricane in the making)
6th-8th grade students learn about the development of Hurricanes.
Defending the Environment from Dr. Naturehater! 6th-8th grade students help the Environmental Investigations Specialists to research the impact of Dr. Naturehater's threat!
Pauly's Australian iAdventure 6th grade students help Pauly the Platypus use the Internet to learn about the biomes of Australia!
New Discoveries 6th grade students join Dr. Delaney on a voyage to make discoveries about animals and where they live.
Tiny Tim Packing on the Pounds 6th-8th grade students who are in a health/physical education/science/weight lifting class learn how dangerous anabolic steroids and supplements can be.
Dr. Dimento's Disasterous Discrepancies 7th grade students learn about global warming and the effects it has on 4 specific spheres of the earth (the atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere) as they gain insight into how the scientific community often disagrees.
Pet Wanted! 6th-7th grade students learn about the responsibilities of choosing a pet and being a pet owner.
U. S. Olympic Chef Wanted 6th-8th grade students learn about food and nutrition as they plan a nutrition program for an olympic athlete.
Poor Farmer Brown 7th-8th grade students learn genetics as they help Farmer Brown grow genetically engineered crops.
Germ Cops 7th grade students join the Germ Cop Academy and learn about diseases as you protect the body of Frank!
Social Studies
Landfill in Brownsville? 6th-8th grade students learn Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science as they study landfills.
Mexican Immigrants 6th-8th grade students learn about Mexican Immigration.
The Immigrating Tumble 5th-6th grade students learn about European immigration before the Civil War.
Exploring the Constitutional Convention
6th-8th grade students learn about the compromises that had to be made to create the U.S. Constitution.
Women's Suffrage 5th-8th grade students learn about the history of women's fight for the right to vote.
We are Moving... to Ancient Greece? 7th grade students learn about daily life in Ancient Greece.
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.
Exploring the Constitutional Convention 7th-8th grade students learn about the compromises that had to be made by the framers of the Constitution with regard to creating the branches of government.
President During World War I 6th-12th grade students learn about the difficult decisions that Woodrow Wilson made during his presidency.
Ramona's Great Adventure 6th-8th grade students learn about the natives of Africa and South America and their culture.
Until the Dust Settles 5th-8th grade students follow Jack as he tries to make as living during the Dust Bowl.
The Civil War 6th grade students learn about the Civil War. 
The Living Chess Game 6th grade students expand their knowledge and understanding of the Middle Ages. 
Castle Architecture 7th-8th grade students become an architect to design a castle.
Your Holocaust Journey 6th-8th grade students explore the possibilities of how they might have dealt with the hardships and trials that the holocaust presented to millions of people.
Holocaust iAdventure 7th-8th grade students determine Concentration Camps or Going into Hiding - Which was better?
Back to the Future 6th-8th grade students travel back in time to the early 1800's to learn about slaves and serfs.
Time Travel to the 1800's 6th grade students join Christopher as he travels east to visit family, only to discover that Civil War is imminent!
Who are the Native Americans? 6th grade students learn about native Americans while on a virtual exploration for a museum.
George Washington's Shoes 6th grade students take a trip back in time to write a sequel to "George Washington's Socks."
Fabulous Journey 7th grade students design a vehicle to travel around the world.
Plastic, Paper, or ... T-Shirt? 6th-8th grade students save trees and reduce plastic waste by converting t-shirts into reusable grocery bags!
Let There Be a Web Page! 8th grade students learn about ancient civilizations as they create their own instructional web pages.
Back in Time... 7th-8th grade students learn about the American Revolution by studying primary historical documents.
Welcome to Friendship International 6th-8th grade students write a personal narrative or research paper as they learn about Egypt and New Zealand.
Australia or New Zealand 7th-8th grade students learn about Geography of Australia and New Zealand and choose which country to live in.
A Colonial Adventure 8th grade students learn about Jamestown and Plymouth and what their residents did to survive.
Constitutional Dilemmas 6th-8th grade students get Blasted into the Past in this activity about the creation of the United States Constitution.
The Knoburg Cathedral 6th-8th grade students go on a journey through time to learn about architecture of ancient cathedrals.
The Road to Freedom 6th-8th grade students take a trip back to 1861 to learn about the Civil War and the Underground Railroad.
Rock Festival 6th-8th grade students learn economics and math as they plan a rock concert!
Art/Music
Samualís Mural Mayhem 6th-8th grade students help Samual create a 20th century style mural.
The Choosy Curator 6th-7th grade students take on the role of Art Curator and help a museum pick out new art!
Life Skills
Life's Challenges 6th-8th grade students learn about making life decisions (job or college) after high school.
Drama, Drama, Drama 6th-8th grade students learn about making good decisions.
Mike's Body 
Image Preference!
7th-8th grade students learn about choosing a tattoo or body piercing.
Penelope and
Max
8th grade students learn about Peer Pressure
Monique's Dilemma 6th-8th grade students will embark on a decision making experience.
Lifestyles &
Necessities
8th grade students students  develop an understanding of how career decisions will impact lifestyle choices.
Recreation/Leisure Time 7th-8th grade severe and profound special education students
decide on activities to do in their recreation/leisure time at home.
Technology
The Internet Sleuth 4th-6th grade students learn all about information literacy.
Research Detectives 6th-8th grade students learn about library and Internet research.
The Web Detectives 5th-6th grade students learn to evaluate Internet sites.
Be the CEO of a Top Computer Company in America

6th grade business students learn how Apple and Microsoft came into existence, the influences on our lives, and the men behind them.

 

Laptop or Desktop 6th-8th grade students learn about managing their money and making decisions as they decide to purchase a computer.

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