Building huts. Who didn’t grow up with this? In grandma’s attic using sheets, clothes pegs and chairs. Or with branches, moss and rope in the woods? Creating your own world: everything is possible, anything goes, no rules, just imagination.
Fantasy Forts, the modern day version of building huts, are suitable for children between four and twelve. Thirty-two plates, more than 10 square meters of building material, with which children can go in all directions. A towering high princess’ castle? A wide pirate fort? This isn’t a problem with the ingenious double sided Velcro system. This allows the plates – which have a natural and adventurous look and feel – to be attached to anything that is available.
Less static than a ready-made wigwam, much more dynamic than a video game. Because the sky is the limit, even if you are only eight years old.
About Fantasy Forts:
- No rules, children decide what they create.
- Easy to build.
- Cleared away quick and easy.