*NEW* Live Zoom Presentation for Students
Educators, Monona Terrace now offers a live Zoom presentation for your classroom. Our staff will conduct a lesson about architecture and Frank Lloyd Wright in real time.
In a slideshow format, we’ll tell the story of Monona Terrace and share about Wisconsin native Frank Lloyd Wright’s revolutionary contributions to the physical environment. The lesson aligns with academic standards in social studies and art and design.
This program is free and suitable for Grades 3-12. All that is required is internet access and a computer with audio accessibility.
Our programs use Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture to foster observing skills, problem-solving, and collaborating.
Tour and program facilitation is inquiry-based and encourages students to articulate their ideas, use reasoning, and make applications to real-world scenarios. All offerings are designed to support Common Core and state academic standards. Student programs and tours are designed for 2nd grade and above (7 yrs. and older).