Be Amazing! Toys Build-a-Fort Dinosaur Tent
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- Two sheets of colorful fabric imprinted with pictures and names of all kinds of dinosaurs
- Loops sewn all over each fabric piece make setting up the tent very easy
- Use the included suction cups, clips, and rope to tie the fabric onto door knobs, attache to windows and beds and clip onto curtains
- Use the glow-sticks to see in the dark and scare off roving dinosaurs
- Fabric is fire-retardent treated and washable
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Get ready for a dinosaur adventure! Whether kids pretend to hunt for dinosaurs or pretend to be dinosaurs themselves, this cool fort provides hours of creative fun.
The dinosaur fabric panels can be used to make one big fort or two little forts, and kids develop creativity, confidence, and problem-solving skills as they use the included attachments to build a secret hut in practically any location.
The included ribbons and glow-in-the-dark dinosaurs allow your young adventurers to customize the fort and make it truly unique. Two glow-in-the-dark wands help to illuminate the secrets of the dinosaur cave and enhance creative play.
Included in the kit: Two dino fabric panels with loops, ropes, suction cups, clips, glow in the dark dinosaurs, and two glow-in-the-dark-wands.
From the Manufacturer
Kids create their own dinosaur den using two pieces of fabric to make one large tent or two smaller tents. Hang the glow-in-the-dark dinosaurs from the tent ceiling using the included ribbons and use the glow-in-the-dark night sticks to scare of roving dinosaurs. It's open-end play of their own devising.
Top customer reviews
My son tried out the rope and suction cups the first day. My husband helped him build a tent in the great room, which held up rather well. The rope isn't all that long, but there are two of them and my son ties them together. (Lest you wonder, it was the only time my husband had any hand in using this tent.)
My son then had a light bulb moment and decided he wanted a hideaway under his loft bed. The sheets were there until yesterday, when he and his sister decided they wanted to make an entrance to the stairway. This has been a most used gift.
My daughter now wants a tent. She already has a pop up one; but she wants sheets, like her brother has, one of her very own. Looks like we'll be buying the princess version of this tent next.
If you like simple children's toys and it doesn't bother you to buy a collection of things you might already own and can put together yourself, I recommend this toy.