Review: Crazy Forts

Do you remember building forts as a child?

I have fond memories of using chairs and tables to create my own secret hiding space and it is something my own children love doing and I always feel guilty making them take it down when I need my dining room chairs back.

Now, I don’t need to steal the chairs back from them, as we were sent our very own Crazy Fort kit to review.

The single Crazy Fort Kit contains 25 geometrically precise balls and 44 sticks that connect to create a multitude of possible play structures.

Also included in the box, is an instruction sheet with basic designs that you can follow, or you can make your very own design.

They are extremely easy to build, by simply slotting the rods into the connector balls, although you do have to make sure the arrows are pointing upwards.

Once your structure is complete, simply throw a bed sheet or blanket over top and watch your child’s creativity flourish..

Forts are fantastic because they give children the ability to create their own special place and with Crazy Forts, they get to practise their problem solving skills as well as their creativity.

Crazy Forts have an RRP of £39.99 and are a Good Play Guide recommended toy for Christmas 2022.

Disclaimer: We are Good Play Guide Ambassadors and were sent the Crazy Fort set for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own

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