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Build an Igloo Fort for Indoor Winter Fun

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You don’t have time to travel to the Central Arctic or Greenland? Do your kids find themselves on a snow day with nothing to do? Building a fort igloo promises to entertain and educate indoors or outside on a day off from school. Furthermore, learning about the people who live in igloos and the culture…

Celebrate Valentine’s Day With Fort Building for Kids

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Valentine’s Day is the holiday of love. Kids of all ages enjoy the hearts, flowers, and feelings associated with this joyful day. Love is a universal language that goes beyond romantic ideas. We can celebrate the love of family, friends, neighbors, and pets. It is a golden opportunity to explore this positive emotion with your…

The History and Beauty of Stained Glass Comes to Modern Fort Building

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Stained glass delights the eye and casts colored beauty for those who witness sunbeams streaming through the multiple, rich hues of red, blue, green, yellow and purple. Naturally drawn to color, kids often stand in awe of these artful displays. What about stained glass forts? How does that even sound like a good idea? Here’s…

Over 50 Fun Fort Building Ideas for Kids With Fort Magic

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While parents continue to wish for more family time, studies indicate that the current generation of parents are doing better than they realize. Yes, you can relax a bit. Our children see things a bit differently. Lack of time is not the issue for them. Kids wish parents would be less fatigued and less stressed.…

Fort Building Staycation Ideas for Kids and Families

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Vacations remove us from the everyday routines to rejuvenate bodies, minds and family relationships. Interestingly, forts do the same thing! Even better, fort staycations fit the family budget quite easily. With some ingenuity, your family can experience the refreshing fun of a mini-vacation right at home in a fort. No packing, long road trips, cramped…

Creating Family Memories With Fort Building

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Family fort building is a great way to build connections with your kids. You might have engaged in such activity on a quiet Saturday long ago? Perhaps you put off this type of frolicking simply because you’re too busy? Maybe you wrote it off as frivolous? The underlying factor for not building a fort, more…

Creative Ideas to Build Your Own Igloo Fort with the Kids

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The weather begins to shift this time of year. Cooler breezes during the day, cold nights, rain and snow in some parts of the world tend to bring kids in from the outside. More sedentary activities, usually involving screens, return to homes where parents may have successfully limited their use during warm, activity-inspiring days of…

Hanukkah: A Festival of Fort Ideas for Kids

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During this faithful holiday season, Fort Magic offers you Hanukkah ideas to delight young and old. Given the long history and value of Hanukkah, take time with your kids to find reputable resources on the web or at the library to read about this celebration and its true meaning. You might consider going to your…

Forts Add Sparkle to the Traditional Magic of Christmas

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Tradition sprinkled with holiday sparkle makes wonderful childhood memories. This Christmas, add forts to your seasonal activities and delight the entire family. The Fort Magic fort building kit promises to light up the eyes of your children and make Mom and Dad feel like kids again. Ideas on how to incorporate forts into the celebration…

Learning Inspiration with Light Table Activities, Forts and Kids

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Holiday lights, Lite Brite, and even basic flashlights bring us back to memories of childhood. The magical lights of shooting stars and fireflies remind us of the freedom we once knew to discover and wonder and dream. Light illuminated inspires young minds. Add this inspiration to a fort with light table activities and you capture this…