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Fun Forts 2 Building Kit (81 pieces)

  • 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.

Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
Good buy

The directions are easy to follow and its great idea. I love the clips they include to hold the sheets on. I'm considering buying another kit just so we can build larger forts.

Thank you for sharing your feedback! Please shop with us again! - The Power Your Fun Team

My granddaughter loved it

Their customer service is fantastic in resolving a potential issue that I mentioned. I will definitely buy from them in the future.

Thank you for the kind words! Hope you visit us on our store again. - The Power Your Fun Team

Hard to assemble

We like the possibilities this set allows, however those possibilities create a challenge during assembly. It was very very hard to get poles to stay in holes. This caused the creation to fall apart at different points during play. Not a horrible product but I would not pay the price I paid again.

I wanted to love it...

Pros: let’s you build lots of different fort shapes. You are only limited by your creativity. Also, packs up into a fairly small box for storage or travel.Cons: it took me a whole hour to put a fort together. The holes the poles stick into aren’t big enough, and it takes much strength and perseverance to put together. I had hoped my kids could do it easily enough to have hours of building fun on their own. This is not the case. It is too hard for a child or a grandparent in most cases to assemble.

Nice idea but...

It is so hard to put the sticks in the holes on the ball. I have a hard time and I’m an adult... the little one could definitely not do it himself. What I did manage to put together fell apart as soon as you bumped it.