Frank Lloyd Wright Prairie House Blocks
The inspiration for the Prairie House Block Set came from Frank Lloyd Wright, who established a Froebel Kindergarten. Wright learned that blocks played a role in development of architectural thinking.
Wright's mother gave him blocks at an early age in hopes that he might become an architect. He is now considered one of the greatest architects of the modern era.
Item Description: Contains 68 blocks, plus the wooden box and lid, intended for ages 5 and up, adult participation encouraged. This set is NOT intended for anyone younger than the age of 5.
Materials: European beech wood
Made In: China