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frank lloyd wright eachers, researchers, and learners of all ages will enjoy the resources and educational activities included in the PBS Frank Lloyd Wright Web site.

Explore haiku, Emerson, and Zen philosophy in our Language Arts lesson plans; read student-created poetry in our haiku gallery. Math lessons encourage students to examine geometry in their community’s architecture, build bridges in an interactive online demonstration, and estimate supplies needed for different types of construction. Students in social studies classes examine the qualities of leadership, artistic vision and high vs. low culture.

The K-12 contest invites students to apply Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural principles in an original urban plan while they learn about technology, geography, and city zoning. A bibliography of books and articles and an annotated list of Web links enable you to learn more about Wright’s life and work.