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Be inspired by Wright’s love of nature and explore the concepts of adaptive reuse and sustainable design.
3-5 / 6-8 / 9-12
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Author: FLWT Education
Explore chairs designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, then design a chair for a loved one.
3-5 / K-2
Social Studies / Social-Emotional Learning / Visual Arts
Author: Gladys Lambert
Explore Frank Lloyd Wright’s interest in geometry and nature to collaboratively create Wright-inspired flower bouquets.
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Math / Science / Social-Emotional Learning / Visual Arts
Transform classroom windows and walls into colorful displays of Wright inspired art glass designs.
3-5 / 6-8 / 9-12 / K-2
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Math / Visual Arts
Draw inspiration from biomimicry and organic design to design and build architectural sculptures.
Media Literacy / Science / Visual Arts
Explore the unique characteristics of the Prairie style while creating a large-scale cardboard model.
Math / Social Studies / Visual Arts
Research and explore how Frank Lloyd Wright’s innovative materials and technologies “broke the box” of traditional architecture.
3-5 / 6-8
Science / Visual Arts
Push the boundaries of architecture by creating an innovative design and building a 3-D model to scale.
Math / Science / Visual Arts
Examine how architects and designers around the world are influenced by natural elements like the Sun.
Interpret / Look
Social Studies / Visual Arts
Investigate the collaborative works of Wright & Niedecken and design unique furniture pieces.
6-8 / 9-12
Create blind contour drawings of Robie House art glass windows and integrate your own reflections of the natural world into a larger design.
Design / Look
Young learners identify shapes in architecture and recreate famous buildings through collage with geometric shapes.
Build / Design / Interpret
Math / Social-Emotional Learning / Visual Arts