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Fort Magic Review + Giveaway

fort magic review

 This post is brought to you by Fort Magic. All opinions are mine!

Fort Magic Review

I love toys that foster my children’s imagination and create a unique learning experience. We recently got to try out a Fort Magic kit and it is safe to say, it was a hit with the boys! Fort Magic is a fort building and construction toy that enables kids to create 3D, life-sized worlds for imaginative play. They can built, cars, boats, tunnels, teepees, playhouses, and lots more! And all with one kit.

fort magic kitDon’t you love the intense face of my oldest in the bottom picture! ahaha! He was flying his biplane :) His co-pilot {younger brother} was helping fly behind him.

My boys are 3 and 5 years old and both of them thoroughly enjoy building things with our Fort Magic kit. Above I helped them make a biplane. {if you remember, they’re really into planes and helicopters!} The Fort Magic pieces are relatively easy to use, although my 3 year old needs a little help with the joints. But my older son is really good at building things and securing the pieces into place. We have literally spent hours designing and building and then playing with the creations they have built! So far their favorite things to build are airplanes and robots. I like how it gets the kids brains going and gets them moving their bodies around instead of sitting watching tv. It exercising their brains and their bodies!

fort magic reviewsPlease note: the kits do not come with fabric covers.

Fort Magic is endorsed by teachers and doctors as a great learning toy for children. 
unnamed-16 Want to know what other parents are saying about this kit? Read more Fort Magic Reviews here. To order a kit, click here.

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Fort Magic. I received free product to try. Please see my disclosure page for a complete statement.

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About Linda@CraftaholicsAnonymous

Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 1
    Dolly says:

    My daughter would love this!
    I have a question for you though….is there covering that comes with the kit or is it up to you to provide that?
    I haven’t watched the video yet, maybe that will answer my question…your boys look like they are having a blast though.

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    Dolly says:

    Okay…sorry I found the answer! It’s early and I need coffee! LOL

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    Radiya says:

    Both my 6 yr old and 3 yr old would enjoy this. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Erin says:

    I have a 3yo and 5yo, too, and they would LOVE this. They’d start making bulldozers and diggers, I’m sure.

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    Kendra says:

    My boys would LOVE this. They are all into building forts or tents and this would allow for much more imaginative building!!

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    Shey Hayden says:

    My 3 and 5 year boys would LOVE this too! What a great way for them to get lost in their imagination!

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    Sandy_in_MD says:

    This is so creative – my grandkids would love it! Thanks for the chance to win.

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    Cat says:

    My son and daughter would love this!!! We are always building forts out of whatever furniture and blankets is available. They would love to be able to customize something and have it stay up! Thanks

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    sarah says:

    my kids would love this

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    Nicole W says:

    My son would live this! And he has a birthday coming! Thanks for the gift idea!

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    Erika says:

    Both my six year old son and four year old daughter would LOVE this!!

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    jane thomas says:

    My great grandchildren would love to have this. I can just see two of the four making themselves a dollhouse for little girls.

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    Della Knick says:

    I would love this for my Grandchildren. We have six under the age of eleven and they love to make Forts out of blankets and chairs. This would be perfect.

    Thanks

  14. 14
    amy b. says:

    Looks so cool! We would love this.

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    Jeannette T. says:

    My 4 kids !!

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    Tamara Davisson says:

    All my girls would love this. I can see the castles now!

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    Kim says:

    These remind me of the Omagles that my kids had when they were young. They built everything from forts to lemonade stands. I would love one of these for my grandson and soon to be grandson. What a great toy for encouraging imaginative play!

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    Ashley W. says:

    I’d say that my daughter would love to play with one…but if we’re being honest, I think my hubby would it enjoy it the most! :)

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    Christy says:

    My children would love this!

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    barbara macaskill says:

    I know that my three grandchildren would have a ball creating and playing with one of these magical kits. My 10 year old grandson would probably be in charge of helping the younger two build whatever creations they dream up and then spend hours playing and interacting with each other. Would love to see the look of surprise on their faces if I won this! I would have it set up the next time they come over and then let them go to town recreating what they want with it!! Thanks for the chance to give my grandchildren such a fun and educational toy!

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    Catherine says:

    I have two boys (7 & 9) that would love this. They’ve been very patient with my amateur creations so far, but would have a blast with imaginative play in a fortmagic.

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    Jennifer C says:

    My kids (5 & 7) would love this!!

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    Ellen Barth says:

    My great nieces and great nephews!

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    Mary says:

    My 3.5 yr old would LOVE this so much

  25. 25
    Skyann S says:

    Besides me :) My boyfriend has two kids that would love to play with it and our daughter when she starts walking would probably have a ball playing with them in it <3

  26. 26

    Coolest fort EVER! Love how the kids can use their imagination to create and play with it! My kids would love this! Thank you so much for the chance to win.

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    KWolff says:

    My three year old son would love this! His older sisters would love it too because he would stop commandeering their pink princess tent!

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    Abigail says:

    My son and husband would have a blast with this!!!

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    Miriam Prantner says:

    My daughters (6 and 3) would LOVE this!

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    kirby says:

    My daughter’s birthday twin-cousin would LOVE LOVE this, he’s going to be two and obsessed with forts and spaceships…..so cute!!!

  31. 31

    My niece! She would be so excited to play with this!

  32. 32
    Sandra says:

    My 2 kids have really been into making forts lately, this would be perfect for them!

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    Lindsay says:

    My niece would love to play with this great new toy! She would be so excited!

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    Nancy E says:

    My grand children would love this , also I run a small family daycare so this would be used daily I’m sure. Thanks for the chance.

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    Jane Calhoun says:

    Wow – Have never seen this before. What an awesome, creative activity for the kids. Hope, hope!

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    Shawna Leonard says:

    I want one of these!!! How fun!! :)

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    kelsey says:

    Ooh I hope I win!

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    Amy Bosley says:

    My son would LOVE this he is obsessed with building forts and this would make it much easier for mommy to handle helping him with :)

  39. 39

    My boys would play it.

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    Anne says:

    What a neat thing. Can we really call this a ‘toy’? My grand daughter is a chip off the ole’ block. Like her father, she loves to build things. This would be perfect for her. Then, hopefully, it would still be around for her baby brother when he’s old enough to enjoy it. (right now he’s only 7 months old!)
    Thank You

  41. 41
    Laila El-Khodari says:

    I’m a kindergarten teacher, and i know that my students would LOVE this!

  42. 42
    Amy Williams says:

    My three munchkins would TOTALLY love to play with this…and niece and nephews too when they come visit!

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    Rikki-Dee says:

    My 5yo son and 8yo daughter would love this. MY 1yo daughterf and 10yo son would probably play with it as well. I don’t think I would be able to get them to stop once they start playing.

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    Jess M says:

    Both of my kids would love this! It would make a great gift to our preschool!

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    Barbara says:

    Oh, I’d love to have this kit for my grandchildren who are going to be moving here in a week! I’ll be spending a lot of time with them, but we have a limited budget since we’re retired, so we don’t have much for them to play with.

  46. 46

    Oh my gosh! This is so cool. My grandkids would absolutely love this. I would leave it at my house and let them set it up when they come over. So fun!!

  47. 47
    Shayna Cerny says:

    Love this blog

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    Teresa says:

    My boys would love this!!

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    Madalyn L says:

    My boys would absolutely love this. What a great idea!

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    Laura Jacobson says:

    Oh m grandson and I!!! We love to make forts out of chairs and blankets…this would be so much more fun!!!