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Projects

The projects below were designed by our Grandmaster Fort Designer.  Each project has an X1 (for single Build Kit), X2 (for two Build Kits), and X3 (for three Build Kits) editions and includes downloadable step-by-step instructions.  There are millions of possible forts you can build…this is just a handful of examples to get you started.

Hexagloo Fort

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Launch of New Explorer Kit Product

Today, we are launching our new Explorer Kit fort building kits. Both the new Explorer Kits and the original Build Kits allow building really big forts but the new Explorer Kit adds two more panels (20 instead of 18), adds 8 more yellow braces (18 instead of 10),

computer rendering of EK_Hexigloo x1
Make with 1 x Explorer Kit

Build the Hexagloo Fort X1

Building this Hexagloo Fort X1 requires about 8′ x 6′ of floor space and one Make-A-Fort Explorer Kit. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Hexagloo Fort X1 (or here if you

computer rendering of EK_ Hexigloo x2
Make with 2 x Explorer Kits

Build the Hexagloo Fort X2

Building this Hexagloo Fort X2 requires about 12′ x 8′ of floor space and two Make-A-Fort Explorer Kits. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Hexagloo Fort X2 (or here if you

computer rendering of EK_ Hexigloo x2
Make with 3 x Explorer Kits

Build the Hexagloo Fort X3

Building this Hexagloo Fort X3 requires about 12′ x 12′ of floor space and three Make-A-Fort Explorer Kits. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Hexagloo Fort X3 (or here if you

Crazy House

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Launch of New Explorer Kit Product

Today, we are launching our new Explorer Kit fort building kits. Both the new Explorer Kits and the original Build Kits allow building really big forts but the new Explorer Kit adds two more panels (20 instead of 18), adds 8 more yellow braces (18 instead of 10), and adds 6 more connectors (86 instead of 80). All our Projects now have instructions both for the new Explorer Kit and original Build Kit. As the new Explorer Kit is a direct replacement for the original Build Kit, we will discontinue manufacturing the original Build Kit. The new Explorer Kit and

computer rendering of EK_ Crazy House x1
Make with 1 x Explorer Kit

Build the Crazy House X1

Building this Crazy House X1 requires about 6′ x 6′ of floor space and one Make-A-Fort Explorer Kit. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Crazy House X1 (or here if you have the Build Kit instead of the Explorer Kit). This fort is ideal for the kiddos to play house. Let their imaginations run wild in the Crazy HouseX1! In this fort, they can find themselves on an adventure with some of their favorite charactersfrom shows and movies. The rules of the fort:

computer rendering of EK_Crazy House x2
Make with 2 x Explorer Kits

Build the Crazy House X2

Building this Crazy House X2 requires about 8′ x 6′ of floor space and two Make-A-Fort Explorer Kits. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Crazy House X2 (or here if you have the Build Kit instead of the Explorer Kit). In Crazy House X2, the kids can imagine they are in a funhouse! Watch them explore anddiscover new worlds. They could even imagine they are in a museum where the artifacts come tolife. You can listen to their excitement as try to escape

computer rendering of EK_Crazy House x3
Make with 3 x Explorer Kits

Build the Crazy House X3

Building this Crazy House X3 requires about 10′ x 8′ of floor space and three Make-A-Fort Explorer Kits. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Crazy House X3 (or here if you have the Build Kit instead of the Explorer Kit). In the Crazy House X3, the children’s wildest dreams come true! This fort possesses endlesspossibilities. It has special doors that will take your kids to lands like Narnia where they willexplore and have an adventure they will never forget! So, enjoy the Crazy

Zen House

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Launch of New Explorer Kit Product

Today, we are launching our new Explorer Kit fort building kits. Both the new Explorer Kits and the original Build Kits allow building really big forts but the new Explorer Kit adds two more panels (20 instead of 18), adds 8 more yellow braces (18 instead of 10), and adds 6 more connectors (86 instead of 80). All our Projects now have instructions both for the new Explorer Kit and original Build Kit. As the new Explorer Kit is a direct replacement for the original Build Kit, we will discontinue manufacturing the original Build Kit. The new Explorer Kit and

computer rendering of EK_Zen House x1
Make with 1 x Explorer Kit

Build a Zen House X1

Building this Zen House X1 fort kit requires about 6′ x 4′ of floor space and one Make-A-Fort Explorer Kit. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Zen House X1 (or here if you have the Build Kit instead of the Explorer Kit). The Zen House X1 can become an entrance to another world where your kids must escape thetickling clowns. They can even chase each other and come up with games like tunnel tag. There is so much potential for many fun and

Make with 2 x Explorer Kits

Build a Zen House X2

Building this Zen House X2 fort kit requires about 10′ x 6′ of floor space and two Make-A-Fort Explorer Kits. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Zen House X2 (or here if you have the Build Kit instead of the Explorer Kit). The Zen House X2 is great for your kids to imagine they live near a beach. The H-Tunnel X2 canserve as a beach house for your kids. Or it can be a cabin in the mountains where they enjoy anice warm

computer rendering of EK_Zen House x3
Make with 3 x Explorer Kits

Build a Zen House X3

Building this Zen House X3 requires about 10′ x 8′ of floor space and three Make-A-Fort Explorer Kits. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Zen House X3 (or here if you have the Build Kit instead of the Explorer Kit). The Zen House X3 is the ultimate experience for the Zen House series. They can take theirflashlight in the Zen House X3 and read stories with friends. Whatever they read can be broughtto life here. Watch them imagine they are detective solving a

Mansion Fort

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Launch of New Explorer Kit Product

Today, we are launching our new Explorer Kit fort building kits. Both the new Explorer Kits and the original Build Kits allow building really big forts but the new Explorer Kit adds two more panels (20 instead of 18), adds 8 more yellow braces (18 instead of 10), and adds 6 more connectors (86 instead of 80). All our Projects now have instructions both for the new Explorer Kit and original Build Kit. As the new Explorer Kit is a direct replacement for the original Build Kit, we will discontinue manufacturing the original Build Kit. The new Explorer Kit and

Make with 1 x Explorer Kit

Build the Mansion Fort X1

Building this Mansion Fort X1 requires about 6′ x 4′ of floor space and one Make-A-Fort Explorer Kit. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Mansion Fort X1 (or here if you have the Build Kit instead of the Explorer Kit). This spectacular fort is perfect for your kids to imagine themselves as Kings and Queens! Theycould even pretend their fort is a castle under attack by a fire-breathing dragon! How will theysave their castle before the dragon wreaks havoc? Who knows what else

computer rendering of Mansion x3
Make with 2 x Explorer Kits

Build the Mansion Fort X2

Building this Mansion Fort X2 requires about 10′ x 4′ of floor space and two Make-A-Fort Explorer Kits. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Mansion Fort X2 (or here if you have the Build Kit instead of the Explorer Kit). The Mansion Fort X2 will take your kids’ experience to the next level. They can imagine theyare living during medieval times. As they stand at the top of the tower, they can pretend to shootarrows to ward of enemy knights. You will be

Make with 3 x Explorer Kits

Build the Mansion Fort X3

Building this Mansion Fort X3 requires about 10′ x 10′ of floor space and three Make-A-Fort Explorer Kits. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Mansion Fort X3 (or here if you have the Build Kit instead of the Explorer Kit). The Mansion Fort X3 can open up your kids up to many more opportunities. They can imaginebeing over their own kingdom! Watch them lead an entire army to victory. The Mansion Fort X3 is perfect for several kids to enjoy using their imaginations.

Fun Maze

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Launch of New Explorer Kit Product

Today, we are launching our new Explorer Kit fort building kits. Both the new Explorer Kits and the original Build Kits allow building really big forts but the new Explorer Kit adds two more panels (20 instead of 18), adds 8 more yellow braces (18 instead of 10), and adds 6 more connectors (86 instead of 80). All our Projects now have instructions both for the new Explorer Kit and original Build Kit. As the new Explorer Kit is a direct replacement for the original Build Kit, we will discontinue manufacturing the original Build Kit. The new Explorer Kit and

computer rendering of EK_ Fun Maze x1
Make with 1 x Explorer Kit

Build a Fun Maze X1

Building this Fun Maze X1 fort kit requires about 6′ x 4′ of floor space and one Make-A-Fort Build Kit. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Zigzag Tunnel X1. The Fun Maze X1 is great for many adventures. Kids can pretend they are lost in a magicalmaze. Listen to their excitement as they imagine digging a tunnel to escape the giant mole. You can even play along with your kids by timing them to see how fast they can make it out ofthe

rendering of EK_ Fun Maze x2
Make with 2 x Explorer Kits

Build a Fun Maze X2

Building this Fun Maze X2 requires about 8′ x 8′ of floor space and two Make-A-Fort Build Kits. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Fun Maze X2. The Fun Maze X2 gives kids the maze and tunnel experience as well. But this time, the kidscan walk through the maze instead of crawling. They can be wowed as they search for hiddentreasure. Overall, enjoy an enhanced experience with your kids. They will forever love their Fun Maze X2. We’d love to see what you’ve

rendering of EK_ Fun Maze x3
Make with 3 x Explorer Kits

Build a Fun Maze X3

Building thisFun Maze X3 requires about 10′ x 8′ of floor space and three Make-A-Fort Build Kits. Building on a rug or carpet is easier than building on a smooth surface. Step-by-step build instructions are available here to build this Fun Maze X3. The Fun Maze X3 is the ultimate maze experience. Your kids can imagine they are lost ina jungle and trying not to be eaten by lions. They could even go on epic adventures like inIndiana Jones. Your kids’ imagination will amaze you with the Fun Maze X3! Just watch them as enjoyhours of fun! We’d love to