This web site also presents resources for student involvement:
Click here to explore a detailed Milwaukee Time Line, engaging interactive Newspaper and Scrapbook Writing activities, Maps, Milwaukee Trivia, Who am I?, and Then and Now activities.
The Image Library takes you to an extensive collection of Milwaukee photos for use in Interactive Lessons and other activities.
We are pleased to present these lessons to teachers who seek flexible, classroom-tested curriculum materials about Milwaukee’s colorful history. We hope that you will find this curriculum creative, useful and relevant to what you teach, and to the way that you teach.
Original Making of Milwaukee Curriculum Committee: (2006-2007)
Beverly Cross, Curriculum Committee Chair, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Glen Allen, Milwaukee Public Schools
John DeRose, Whitefish Bay Schools Linda Tiezzi Waldera, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Grades 1-4 Curriculum Adaptations: (2008-2009)
Linda Tiezzi Waldera, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Thanks to the following educators for their input on the MOM Grades 1-4 Curriculum (2008-2009)
John DeRose, Whitefish Bay Schools
Christina Flood, MPS Social Studies Coordinator
Kristen Gerkes, MPS Teacher, Riley Elementary
Jo Pirlott, Curriculum Director, Muskego-Norway Schools
Maureen VanderHoof, MPS Teacher, Riley Elementary