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Crazy Forts Glow in the Dark

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Glow in the Dark Crazy Forts are a unique, award winning, building and creative toy. Glow in the Dark Crazy Forts come with 69 child-safe glow in the dark toggles and rods that join together to build any play space from your child's imagination. Create a "Cave" one day, an "Igloo", "Pirate Ship" or "Castle" the next . put the pieces together in different configurations, cover with bed sheets and "voila." kids have a unique new play space every time. Crazy Fort is powered by a child's imagination. Each Crazy Fort Kit contains 25 geometrically precise balls that glow in the dark and 44 sticks that connect to create a multitude of possible play structures. The Glow in the Dark kit contains balls that glow in the dark for hours when held to the light.

Assembly required. General instructions provided. Various fort assembly require your imagination.

Recommended Age: 5 and up
Warning: Adding coverings to the fort structure may be dangerous and cause suffocation. Adult supervision is strongly recommended while in use. Do not allow open flames or other electrical items which generate heat including lamps inside or near the material covering the CRAZY FORT structure. Do not cover any CRAZY FORT structures with plastic sheets or any other non-breathable covering as suffocation May occur. Do not attempt to climb on any CRAZY FORT structure as injury may occur as a result of collapse. Proper assembly should be checked by an adult before use. Do not allow sticks to protrude without a ball on each end. All sticks must be capped with a ball immediately after insertion. Correct and firm assembly must be continually followed, otherwise injury to the eye from a loose stick may accidentally occur. This toy must be used as described and have adult supervision. 


1) Be sure the arrows point upward on every ball during custruction. 
2) Insert the stick with a twisting motion.
3) Should a 45 degree hole not align, rotate the ball 1/8 turn until a hole aligns.