Making a fort out of sticks has never been so easy because Stick-lets by Christina Kazakia let little hands use their imagination and logic to build fun structures.
Created using a simple theory, Stick-lets are made of flexible rubber and feature three stretchy holes that are shaped for holding sticks together in a secure fashion. They can be stretched to fit twigs and sticks of varying sizes, which means the only limits are a child's imagination.
Building forts as a child is a right-of-passage and a terrific way to exercise one's mind in an imaginative manner. If I had had Stick-lets when I was a child, I think I would've practically lived in a stick fort; they make building the little structures seem so simple!
Funky Fort Building Aids
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