Discover the Amazing Benefits of Creative Fort Building Ideas For Kids

Posted April 20, 2018 by Fort Magic

Kids are born creative, aren’t they? While the desire to learn and play is definitely part of being a child, the world has changed. Parents work long hours and often feel stressed. Kids have a demanding day at school then shuttle off to a variety of after-school activities. As everyone tiredly hits their pillows at …

Creating Kids Sleepover Forts for the Ultimate Hideaway

Posted December 31, 2017 by Fort Magic

For most kids, sleepovers are a rite of passage. They’re an opportunity to get together with their best friends. The focus is on telling stories, watching movies, eating together and enjoying each other’s company. And your kids are probably always begging you to let them sleep over at a friend’s house, or allow their friends …

Tulle, Netting and Cheese Cloth Fort Decorating Ideas For Kids

Posted December 23, 2017 by Fort Magic

Building a fort with your kids is one of the most creative things you can do together — not only because of the way that you can design the fort and then work with them to make it a reality but also because of all the ways that they can then use it for learning …

DIY Party Forts Make Birthdays Fun and Memorable For Kids

Posted December 16, 2017 by Fort Magic

For kids, birthday parties are the events they look forward to for months. They can have fun with all of their friends. Plus, it’s a chance for your child to be in the spotlight for a day. To add some excitement to your child’s birthday party, there’s no better way to do it than by …

Building Festive Forts for Kids With Magical Holiday Lights

Posted November 30, 2017 by Fort Magic

Kids love to play make-believe. It’s one of the best parts of being young. Everything looks new and wonderful. Kids can play for hours on end just using everyday household objects and those found in the world around them. The freedom of play also offers plenty of opportunities to learn. And typically they need little …

How to Make Learning Fun with Fort Building for Kids

Posted November 28, 2017 by Fort Magic

Kids instinctively want to make forts because they’re fun. Think of a rainy day, with friends at a sleepover or in the yard outdoors. No matter the circumstances, forts are an easy way kids can exercise creativity and their desire to play. For most children, fort-building is just a natural part of their lives and …

Discover the Wonder of Princess Games and Fort Building

Posted November 21, 2017 by Fort Magic

If there’s one thing that doesn’t change about childhood over time, it’s the stories about princesses. For generations, kids have grown up reading about Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, and popular Disney films from Tangled to The Princess and the Frog have made these characters even more popular. As a …

Bed Sheets and Fabric Pieces – No-Sew Fort Ideas for Kids

Posted November 13, 2017 by Fort Magic

As a parent, you know that kids love making forts. Also, you’re happy to see them do it, knowing that fort-building is a great way to build teamwork and planning skills while having fun. But one thing might be nagging at the back of your mind — what do you cover a fort with once …

How to Increase Learning Power with Fort Building

Posted November 6, 2017 by Fort Magic

When it comes to parenting, one of your most significant concerns is how to get your children to learn. After all, with so many gadgets and games available these days, it’s hard to know if kids are growing and developing through play or if they are just being entertained. Thankfully, there are still ways to …

The Joy and Creativity of Building Adventure Forts for Kids

Posted November 1, 2017 by Fort Magic

Playing is something that just seems to come naturally to kids. Whether they interact with toys, friends or just the objects around them, children seem to have no problem coming up with narratives and creating stories for themselves. But believe it or not, playing actually has to be facilitated and nurtured. As a result, kids …

Discover 10 Creative and Fun Paper Fort Ideas for Kids

Posted October 28, 2017 by Fort Magic

Every parent’s dream is to be able to keep their kids entertained for hours, without resorting to expensive toys like video game consoles. Fort building is the perfect solution, with easy-to-use kits available from Fort Magic that form a variety of frames to feed any child’s hungry imagination. Want to bring the excitement up a …

Engineering for Kids and Learning With Fort Building

Posted October 25, 2017 by Fort Magic

For many parents, building forts is a quick and easy way to keep our kids entertained. But contrary to popular belief, fort-building is more than just throwing together a few pillows and blankets. It can also be a unique opportunity to create something new and exciting. Plus, it’s a chance for you to teach your …

Discovering Sensory Play & Fort Building With Fort Magic

Posted October 19, 2017 by Fort Magic

As parents, we’re always searching for ways to help our kids learn and grow. We understand that play is never just playing, and that the way children interact with others and with the world around them will influence their intellectual and emotional development. Though children will often guide their play when left alone, usually it’s …

Great Ideas for 24" Large Craft Paper Fort Building Fun

Posted October 15, 2017 by Fort Magic

Looking for something to do on family night? Are your kids stuck inside when it’s raining with nothing to do? Want to find an activity that can help educate your kids while also letting them have fun? Bring together 24” large craft paper and fort building for endless fun! Spend some time creating projects out …

Increasing Enthusiasm And Confidence In Girls With Fort Building

Posted October 10, 2017 by Fort Magic

Every parent wants their child to feel as safe and happy as possible. And a large part of that is building their self-esteem — or their own positive view of themselves. Children with high self-esteem will be more confident and happy. They are also less likely to engage in self-destructive behaviors. But the problem for …