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To celebrate Fort Magic’s debut on ABC’s Shark Tank tonight (April 18th 9-10pm EST) and their recent Dr. Toy’s Best Classic 2014 toy award we get to give away a Fort Magic kit to one of you! Woot!
Yes that’s right Fort Magic won the Dr. Toy’s Best Classic 2014 toy award for being exceptional in Creativity, Construction, Educational Value and Activity Play for children! Definitely deserved!
I’m sure you already know, but in case you don’t – Fort Magic is an innovative fort building and construction toy that enables children to build 3D, kid-created, “life-size” worlds for inventive play! Imagine the hours of excitement at playtime, play-dates, sleepovers and family-time as children build “forts” shaped like pirate ships, castles, playhouses, submarines, airplanes, teepees,tunnels, and so much more…all from just ONE Fort Magic kit! Fantasy becomes reality with Fort Magic through the power of a child’s own creative hands! Easy to build, easy to clean up! Fort Magic ignites children’s imaginations for hours of creative play!
Here are some awesome recent creations from around the web:
Kids Activities Blog has 10 reasons to build forts (and a giveaway of their own) on their site today
Love this lemonade stand from Uncommon Designs
And the Artful Parent has photographed all kinds of creations (we need to get better about that!)
And this is SUCH a smart idea from Play at Home Mom shared on Fort Magic’s Facebook page
You can read more reviews on Fort Magic or Amazon
*The Fort Magic kit does not come with fabric covers.
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This is so cool. Would live to win it for my boys 🙂
My little builders would go nuts for this!
Love the open ended play!
I love this idea and the endless possibilities for kids!
Would love this for my boys!
I didn't know fort magic had multiple size tubing and shapes.
My boys would love the endless opportunities to create a variety of forts!
I love that you can make something totally different every time!
I love that is sparks creativity and your options are endless because of the versatility. Love the pirate ship design.
That the possibilities are endless! Me and my daughter would thoroughly enjoy this. I loved watching you on Shark Tank tonight!
This is fantastic! My three boys would love this! Good luck everyone :-).
We used to have something like this that used magnets and foam tubes. The kids loved it, but it was not stable. This seems much more stable and certainly has more parts!
This is the neatest creation…..would love to win this…..really my kids would!
I was surprized at all of the different designs available. What a great idea.
This looks so fun! What a fun way to engage creative play and get their minds off the screens!
Saw this on Shark Tank last night and it looks like hours of fun. Just what a Grandma needs for her grandsons!
My 3 boys would LOVE this!
I love to make the castle and submarine for my niece and nephew!
This looks like the coolest fort set EVER! I am bummed I didn't see it on shark tank. The round pieces look interesting. Thank you for sharing.
I spent my time building forts in our garden as a kid, with bamboo canes, clothes pegs and plastic sheeting. There's nothing more fun! My boys would love this!
THis is a prime example of all the ideas my son has in his head ON A DAILY BASIS! so great to support dreaming and building!
I saw your presentation on Dragon's Den last night and can understand why you declined Robert's offer. His comments on your Magic Kits being extremely successful were a huge endorsement, congratulations! My grandson would LOVE to make all of them, he loves building forts out of cardboard boxes with his father, so I know he would get many hours of enjoyment making the rocket and castle.
Want this so badly for my nephews…one of whom is a super special needs kiddo.
I love that you put out a newletter.
I LOVE Fort Magic and the creativity they inspire! Thought your readers might also be interested in a giveaway I'm running over on my blog today through Monday – the winner gets a hand-dyed, organic baby onesie of their choice from the Deer Jane shop! (http://www.deerjane.com/2014/04/its-giveaway-day.html) Anyway, hope everyone has a great Easter!
I loved the castle and the rocket! My boys and I would have so much fun building them!
saw this on shark tank last night. great job!
OMG. My 3 boys would never get board with this.
Endless emagination at work ~ if play is learning for children then this is a lot of awesome fun learning ♥ I learned that each time you can build something new ~ never ending ♥
So much creativity!
I learned that kids can do this all by themselves.
you can make a submarine
I was so excited when I saw this give away. I've seen Fort Magic before and it looks like so much fun!
I cant wait until they have their own fabric covers!
Looks like so much creative fun!
The pirate ship looks like so much fun! My son would love one of these kits!
I live that there are so many options to get creative with what type of fort to make. My granddaughter's would have a blast making the castle. These are one of the top toys and I can see why as it allows so much imagination and creativity. Love it!
Love the idea of kits using their imagination!
I like the versatility and how kids are encouraged to use their imaginations. No need for instructions!
How fun to built the fort outside
I love that you can build so many different designs with just one kit!
This looks like so much fun! I love the idea of making hurdles in the yard for the kiddoes!!
I absolutely love the pirate ship! it is so cute.
I liked how sturdy the whole thing is
We meet up with all the neighborhood kids in the park on the weekend, and I always bring snacks and toys. I can just imagine how much fun they'd all have building canoes and paddle boats–things you don't normally see in toy form! I'd be my kid's hero!
This would be great in a classroom!! The reading center would be so inviting!
I like that this is something my 9 year old can do. We have tons of things for younger siblings, but he's getting a little old for most of our toys.