Robert Brownfield: father, and kid-at-heart, created Toydle when one of his children’s toys broke shortly after it was purchased. Rob decided then and there that he could build quality toys to withstand the rigors of childhood play, and soon, the Toydle Fort became reality.
With a few wooden blocks, some PVC pipe, and clips (for your own blankets or curtains), families can build their own special fort. There are no instructions – the parent’s and child’s imaginations are the blueprints. With easy assembly and teardown, many shapes and sizes of forts can be built over and over.
Each piece of a Toydle Fort is handmade in America (Boise, ID). Toydle Forts come in two sizes: the Toydle Fort, which is over 45-square feet of fun with lots of room to maneuver, and the BIG Toydle Fort, which is double the square feet. The Toydle Fort costs $149.00. The BIG Toydle Fort costs $229.99. Please visit the Toydle Fort website for ordering information. Toydle Forts come with a Worry-Free return or replacement guarantee.
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Thanks to Lisa from Heritage Homestead & Homeschool Academy for writing this post.
The Homeschool Crew is teaming up with Toydle to bring you a very special
Be sure to check back in January, when we’ll be featuring more information about Toydle, along with Crew reviews.
We don’t want to give away all the details, but it is important to note a few fun facts about Toydle:
*Toydle makes forts for kids!
*Toydle is all about fun and quality!
*Toydle makes serious toys that will last a lifetime!
*Toydle forts are manufactured in the USA!
*Toydle forts come with a money-back guarantee!
And the most important thing . . .
Toydle has offered to give away
THREE OF THEIR BIG TOYDLE FORTS
to 3 of our readers!
(these forts are valued at $240 each!)
Any child would love to receive one of these great forts under the Christmas tree.
To enter to win one, follow the instructions below . . .