Frank Lloyd Wright Display

Taliesin Preservation, Inc. provides Wright in the Classroom, a fun and educational program that introduces children in the 4th grade to the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright.  Children learn about the Froebel blocks that influenced Wright, and the many projects that Wright created around the United States, and the world.  The fourth graders at Lone Rock elementary school have created a novel 30″ x 47″ patchwork quilt, as part of the learning process, that is now on display at the library. Student reports cover architectural projects in Wisconsin, Arizona, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Missouri, New York, and Japan! Each student researched a different building designed by Wright, and typed up a report of their findings.  Do you know which Wright projects are located in these places?  Stop in to find out! See the Project: Taliesin4thgradeProj