These totally awesome Indoor Forts! Whenever the kids are starting to get bored, making a fort is always a great option to beat the boredom! These indoor forts mostly use stuff that you can find around the house! Let’s get creative and keep the kids active and entertained!
EASY Indoor Forts
My kids love to build forts – who doesn’t? These amazing fort inspirations are going to help us through a possibly long, cold winter! While I can wait for the cold weather – I am kinda excited to try some of these out!
Sensory Light Box from The Toolbox.
Cardboard City from Paint on the Ceiling
Milk Jug Igloo
Castle Fort from Cornerstone Confessions
For those who are a little more ambitious!
Playhouse under the stairs from Mossy Mossy
Under the stairs treehouse
Indoor Fort Bedroom
Would love instructions on a milk jug igloo! link or site??
Would also really be happy to receive the igloo plan.
I found it, here:
I believe we’ve already corresponded via email, please remove the image with the little boy in the box, it’s my son and no one has permission to re-use the image.
No one would have thought or cared about it had you not made a case about it and pointed it out .I believe it’s for a good cause not to harm anyone.
Would like to have instructions on the igloo made with milk jugs
I would love the milk jug igloo instructions as well!
Here you go:
These forts look like so much fun!
I would like to recreate the under the stairs fort but need a material list. If you could send this to me I would be so grateful!
I need to make sure my kids do not see this post as they would be begging me to make them all. Definitely a great collection. Now to determine which one I could actually make for them …
The fort ideas are a great way to spend our time indoors for the winter.
Do you have plans for the igloo? We are a recycling class and would love to build this in January.