Durable and Reusable Explorer Kit Will Stand Up To Playtime
(And Save The Couch Cushions For You!)
Andover, Kansas (October 14, 2021) – Raise your hand if you’ve ever positioned the couch pillows on the floor to become walls topped by a roof of blankets. Suddenly there’s a secret entrance to crawl through. There’s something magical about an indoor fort that brings joy to every child. Take that thought and ratchet it up a notch with Make-A-Fort Explorer Kits at https://www.makeafort.fun.
Imagine a few hours without gadgets, cords or Wi-Fi! Suddenly everyone is free to daydream and just, be a kid! Make-A-Fort building kits allow solo or sibling play to create incredible structures with or without a parent’s help. Or, make it a family affair for the more ambitious builds to make a truly remarkable play space! Each adventure with Make-A-Fort raises the critical thinking, social, and leadership skills of a child.
The 2021 Explorer Kit contains the essential components to build simple and fun forts and is intended for ages 4 and up. It’s not just tunnels and forts and castles and these no-screen forts will have kids’ imaginations soaring. Wow!
In stock and ready to ship, Make-A-Forts prices are on a scale of the more you buy, the less you pay per kit. For a limited time, purchase a single kit at $77 or two kits at $137 (that’s $68.50 per kit). Have plenty of floor space to build? Order four kits for $247 and pay just $61.75 per kit.
“I don’t know about you, but my kids love to make forts, and the less “cave ins” the happier they are,” captioned one Utah mom on her Instagram picture of two budding indoor builders concocting a Make-A-Fort castle. “They have prepackaged kits with panels, braces, and foam connectors that each of my kids were able to assemble with no assistance from mom!!!” she emphasized. “They absolutely loved the kits, they are already obsessed and said we definitely need to get another kit so they can build the Crazy House (project) and started drawing their own designs to build in the future. Loved hearing all the giggles, the stories of a dragon trying to enter the castle, and the plans of how to take down the giant!”
Grab the crayons. All the components (except for the foam connectors) in the Explorer Kit can be colored with crayons, markers, or paint. Every component boasts outlines of zany characters ready to be colored. With activities like these, kids will be skipping their screen time except to post a picture or perhaps record a TikTok video.
“We encourage kids to get off their screens and get engaged in creative real-world play. Each of our kits are made from a heavy-duty corrugated cardboard that is strong, durable, and eco-friendly, explains Kent Johnson, of Make-A-Fort, LLC. “We encourage kids off their screens and engaged in creative real-world play. Budding engineers and architects will be mesmerized by endless play building. Once built, they are eager to play inside really big forts — that won’t cave in like couch cushions.”
“A single kit is often enough for a solo play for a preschooler 5 years old or younger,” recommends Johnson. “I suggest two to three kits for an older child (6 years old or older) or for multiple children to allow building really big forts.”
Make-A-Fort points to a handful of reasons parents and grandparents appreciate the open-ended play kits:
Environmental-friendly; enough space for several children; ignites the artistic imagination of kids and every kit is free from toxic elements and BPA! Most importantly, forts are easy to assemble, tear down, and store away under a bed or in a closet for a new adventure. No more lugging used cardboard boxes to the curb for trash day.
How durable are these forts? Each panel is over six times stronger than typical shipping box cardboard. There’s nothing flimsy here. When ready to order, ask the kids to do the math on how much a family can save when buying two or four kits (or more) at once! Make-A-Fort’s Fall Sale offers its most popular purchase of 3 kits at a 37% savings!
1 Kit • $77
2 Kits • $137
3 Kits • $187
4 Kits • $247
Not sure where to begin? Suggestions on what to build can be found in photos and videos online at https://www.makeafort.fun.
Make-A-Fort Explorer Kit
With a huge variety of creations, Make-a-Fort is great for young kids who enjoy playing in the fort more than building it or for advanced builders who enjoy the challenge of the build.
The Kansas-based company has been a global hit as their warehouses fulfill family orders. All kits are made in the U.S.A. and ship from three U.S. warehouses. All orders in Canada are made in the U.S.A. and ship from the company’s new Toronto warehouse. Sign up online for their mailing list and receive a $5 coupon to use on your next purchase. Parents and grandparents can feel confident with their buy as the company offers a 14-day money-back guarantee.
Childhood pleasures include building and playing inside really big forts, castles, mazes, and tunnels! Just like their ever-expanding line of kits, Fall 2021 is the season this toymaker launches crisp designs, new products, testimonials, multiple languages, and multiple currencies. Order now for U.S., Canada and European shipments at https://www.makeafort.fun. Follow them on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube.