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Fun Forts 2 Building Kit (81 pieces)

$49.99
Description:
  • INCLUDES: (52) Connecting rods (each rod measures 15.7” L), (29) Multilink Spheres, and Instructions with Building Guide
  • BUILD AMAZING DESIGNS: Build amazing giant structures (from igloos to rockets)—your imagination’s the limit!
  • STEM LEARN AND PLAY FUN: This educational STEM toy helps kids master basic engineering skills as they build simple to complex fort structures.
  • EASY TO USE: Build a fort easily by inserting and twisting the rods into the spheres then cover it with a light sheet to create forts, play tents, and more.
  • QUALITY ASSURED: This fort building kit is made with BPA-free plastic that is safe for kids and recommended for 4 years old and up. We’ll provide a full refund if you’re not happy with your ultimate Fun Forts Building kit.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 75 reviews
55%
(41)
12%
(9)
33%
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Shannon
Can't use sheets

Fell apart when i put a sheet over it, completely stupid. Took me a whole day to build one fort, most stay together, but some would pop out.

C
Colleen Hahn
Not easy to assemble, but fun for kids

This is NOT easy to assemble. The holes are not all evenly spaced, so sometimes you will get three poles in at right angles, and then have to disconnect all three poles because there isn’t an available 45* angle. Even having the etched hole facing up, the angles don’t always work.On top of that, it requires a ton of force to get the pole all the way in the balls. My six year olds can get them part of the way in, but not enough for it to stay.However. When it is fully assembled, it stays well. Even if one pole gets bumped out, there is enough support for the item to keep its shape. It even holds its shape with a sheet thrown over it. There are a ton of things to build with it, and my kiddos seem to thoroughly enjoy it.

B
Brittney
Fun for the kids, annoying to assemble

It's great for the kids, but a PAIN to assemble.

b
brandy
So fun

Love this toy easy to use An fun to play with

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Stephanie Lengacher
Not just a toy

My 9 year old loves to do his homework in this fort.

Customer Reviews

Based on 75 reviews
55%
(41)
12%
(9)
33%
(25)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Shannon
Can't use sheets

Fell apart when i put a sheet over it, completely stupid. Took me a whole day to build one fort, most stay together, but some would pop out.

C
Colleen Hahn
Not easy to assemble, but fun for kids

This is NOT easy to assemble. The holes are not all evenly spaced, so sometimes you will get three poles in at right angles, and then have to disconnect all three poles because there isn’t an available 45* angle. Even having the etched hole facing up, the angles don’t always work.On top of that, it requires a ton of force to get the pole all the way in the balls. My six year olds can get them part of the way in, but not enough for it to stay.However. When it is fully assembled, it stays well. Even if one pole gets bumped out, there is enough support for the item to keep its shape. It even holds its shape with a sheet thrown over it. There are a ton of things to build with it, and my kiddos seem to thoroughly enjoy it.

B
Brittney
Fun for the kids, annoying to assemble

It's great for the kids, but a PAIN to assemble.

b
brandy
So fun

Love this toy easy to use An fun to play with

S
Stephanie Lengacher
Not just a toy

My 9 year old loves to do his homework in this fort.