This ‘FORT Review – Every Child’s New Favorite Piece Of Furniture Toy!’ is sponsored by FORT. As always, all opinions are my own.
Kids LOVE building forts. As a matter of fact, we used to have a sectional couch that we’d turn into awesome forts all the time for the kids! It was SO much fun (for all of us!). However, the couch paid the price as utilizing the cushions wore them down and made them dirty over time. So even though we loved that couch, after about 8 years, we parted ways as the cushions were getting ‘saggy’ and the discoloration was driving me crazy. Our older kids still talk about their fort building days and so when I saw the FORT, newly released in 2021, I just had to check it out and bring our fort building days back!
Don’t sacrifice your couch – there’s an easier way to keep kids busy during the long day!
With winter now in full swing, many families are searching for indoor activities to escape the cold. While it’s easy to reach for a tablet, the TV remote, or video game console; FORT’s magnetic pillow building set offers an indoor activity that’s fun and engaging for both the mind and body.
FORT Review – Every Child’s New Favorite Piece Of Furniture Toy!
First off, I’ll start out by answering a few of the most frequently asked questions. Then I’ll share my FORT Review with you!
What Exactly Is The FORT?
The FORT is the original magnetic play fort that kids love! Custom neodymium magnets keep your FORT builds up so kiddos can crawl inside, over, and around. They’re strong, but not so strong that they can’t be easily manipulated!
How Many Pieces Come With The FORT?
Each FORT set comes with 12 fun pieces.
What Can You All Build With Your FORT?
You can build anything that can be imagined as possibilities are endless with FORT! It’s truly an open-ended furniture / toy system that will entertain for hours and hours as the sky is truly the limit.
Are FORT Pieces Heavy?
Nope! FORT pieces are designed to be light enough that even little builders can move and build with them without any help!
Can I Clean My FORT?
Yes, absolutely! The FORT has been designed with foam blocks that are covered with waterproof fabric. That means the pieces easily wipe clean with just soap and water. Because the covers are waterproof, you can even safely play with your FORT outdoors!
Is It Hard To Assemble A FORT?
Putting together the FORT pieces upon arrival is simple! The foam blocks are packaged in air tight, vacuum sealed plastic with easy to open sides. So just tear open and allow pieces to ‘inflate’ and then place each piece in its coordinating cover. Zip up and it’s ready for play! Check out this assembly video to see how easy it truly is.
Our FORT Review
For those who have been following Emily Reviews for any length of time, you may already know that we have 5 kiddos (with another on the way). So our home is a busy one! With that said, I also don’t like clutter so I tend to be choosy about the toys and furniture we keep in our space. I’m happy to report that FORT is definitely one that is sure to be loved for years to come!
Even the older kids are great at helping the younger ones build with their FORT pieces! It’s well made, durable, and I can vouch that it’s a hit for all ages!
I also love how the FORT is available in a variety of color options as there’s a choice for every preference, room, and decor. We chose PeaPod, which is a light green but the kids are already wanting to get another set (or two!) in other colors to add to the fun.
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I’m a city girl turned country by my awesome husband and we have three busy boys and two darling daughters. I love spending time with my family, reading Karen Kingsbury novels, and catching up with friends while our kiddos have play dates. I’m blessed beyond measure and can’t wait to see what God has in store.
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