Little Tikes TikeStix™ Fort Building Set {{Review and Giveaway}}

Our house has so many adventures – we have pirates invading daily, dinosaurs roaming the bathroom, and we chase jerk cats around the room that poop on the floor (that is a story for another day).  One thing we are never short of in this house is imagination, and with the new Little Tikes TikeStix™ set, you’ll receive hours of imaginative play!

The TikeStix™ Fort Building Set is an innovate and creative building set by Little Tikes.  Not only can your little ones build a playhouse to their particular liking, they can use their imagination to build an amazing array of creations!

 

Grab your hard hats and work boots and prepare to use your imagination in a BIG!  way as Little Tikes proudly introduces  TikeStix™, an all-new dynamic line of indoor and outdoor construction toys built for kids that promotes  innovative ways of toy building play. From forts and racecars, to aliens and petting zoos, Little Tikes TikeStix™ is designed to encourage a child’s imagination and creativity, while teaching motor and project-building skills.  (Age grade: 4+)

Product Features:

  • Set includes: 1 piece of fabric, 8 fabric clips, and 41 interlocking pieces
  • Kids are able to sit inside the clubhouse
  • Sturdy building pieces fit little hands
  • Use inside or outside
  • Kids can create a clubhouse, garage (trucks not included), airplanes, ship and more!
  • All the TikeStix™ playsets are interchangeable for kids to expand their building possibilities!

We received the gender neutral TikeStix™ to review, and boy – someone was super excited to see “Eeyore’s house” sitting in the hallway (he likened the playhouse to the house of sticks that Eeyore lives in).

The sturdy plastic pieces were packed away neatly inside of the box – a feature that we really liked is that you can use the box for storage after the fact.  It has a plastic handle on the top of the box for easy carrying, and helps keep the pieces all in one place.

The instructions come in a booklet that was easy to read, and my husband had it built within ten minutes (with the careful instructional eye of Zachary helping out).  Zachary definitely enjoyed matching the colors and pieces to the instruction booklet, and all of the parts were extremely easy to handle by his toddler hands.

Wooo!  One side of “Eeyore’s house” was done!

 

Zachary was excited to show Eeyore his almost completed home.

All finished!  The fort was awesome looking when it was all done – and it was huge!

Zachary was extremely happy with his fort – er…Eeyore’s house – and hopped right in to play.

He’s a pretty tall kid at 54″, so you can see just how much height room there is when this is built as the fort.

Soon, he brought in some of his cars to play and they were zooming around the stix in no time.

One really great thing about the TikeStix™ is that it can be played with both indoors and outdoors – I forsee a lot of summer time play with this wonderful set.

Oh – and the box doubles as an amazing hide and seek spot.  Just ask my kid.

Buy It: You can purchase the TikeStix™ Fort for $57.99 (with free shipping!) from LittleTikes.com.

Win It: One lucky reader will win a TikeStix™ Fort Building Set of their very own (open to US and Canadian residents only, please)!  You will be able to choose from the gender neutral set, or the girl’s version.

Giveaway ends on Thursday, April 12th at 9:00 p.m.

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Disclaimer: I received TikeStix™ from Little Tikes for review purposes only.   We received no other compensation for this product review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  A huge thank you to Little Tikes for supplying the review and giveaway prize!

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