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Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom

The Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom is a resource center developed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation’s education department as a free online learning tool for K-12 students and virtual engagement for families.

The Virtual Classroom combines fun, real-world lessons with Wright’s famed principles of organic architecture and solutions-based design, each STEAM-focused lesson will offer students its own variation of hands-on activities that encourage them to think critically and creatively.

Though we launched with an initial six-week component, the Virtual Classroom continues with new projects and mini lessons for summer. We’ll be back weekly with more fun and engaging educational activities for kids of all ages!

Additionally, all of the Activities will stay here in the Virtual Classroom to work on in the future. If you wish to try any of the Activities again or work on them at your own pace, simply click on the Activity links and enjoy!

Essential Information
Virtual Classroom Activities 1 – 6:
A 6-part project inspired by Wright art glass

For the initial first 6 Virtual Classroom lessons, Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation collaborated with the Paradise Valley School District to create K-12 curriculum that has been test-piloted across hundreds of students within the district. These 6 activities represent an abbreviated version of that original program, drawn from those learnings and programming.

Remember, the Virtual Classroom continues beyond this first capsule of 6 activities.


Frank Lloyd Wright Virtual Classroom

Tue 07 Jul 2020, 00:00

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