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. Sixteen plates, more than five square metres of building material, opens all doors for children. 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.