Architect of Inspiration

Architect of Inspiration
On Mystery Train Island, the character of Gustave Eiffel—engineer, architect, and freemason—claims, "All great creations should inspire others to even greater heights." He wasn't afraid of the Ferris Wheel outshining his Eiffel Tower—he wanted his Tower to be an inspiration. Use Eiffel's lesson with your students, and encourage them to design a building for your community.

Grade Levels: 5 - 9

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