Challenge Program students from Field-Stevenson and Grant White visited the famous Frederick C. Robie House on Wednesday, November 2.  The trip complimented a mystery book, The Wright 3, by Blue Balliett, which students had been reading. Using pentominoes, students explored the unique shapes and forms that make up Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie masterpiece, the Frederick C. Robie House.   After touring the home, students worked inside the billiard room and were challenged to think critically and creatively to design their own Prairie stye floor plan using the twelve 3-D pieces.

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