|The 'wheelie' carrying case for the Monster Factory 1965 VW Kids Tent.|
|Assembly is SO easy! Up in seconds.|
|This is what The Monster Factory VW Campervan looks like when you unzip the case.|
|Super easy instructions for inserting the poles were included.|
Sliding them in and securing the Velcro tab was a piece of cake.
|One of the two entry points|
|Dad is 6 ft. tall and he fit inside, with room to spare for a Kindergartner too. ;)|
|Gotta get your stuffed friends to go take a visit when you've got a new tent.|
The little dog (on the top) ended up being the driver (yeah, he took a kid-sized chair in there too).
|The flap over the front window raises.|
Those are screens so you can not only see out, but you can get air in the tent.
This tent has been in our house for 7 days now, and it hasn't lost it's allure (parents everywhere know that some kid items lose their kid-appeal a lot faster than that!). My son goes in there daily. He goes in after school to read, or pretend-play...
|It's big enough for mom, little man, and the board games too,|
& the windows on the front let enough light in for us to be able to read or play.
The Monster Factory 1965 VW Camper Van Play Tent (licensed by Volkswagen) is for indoor AND outdoor use (yes, we will be taking this to the beach this summer, and taking it along if we go camping). It is recommended for children ages 3+, and it comes in pink, red, and blue.
You can purchase the tent for $59.95 at The Monster Factory (where they also sell an adult version). We have good friends who have three small children all born in July. I'm thinking we might purchase one of these for their joint birthday present. It's definitely a great tent to purchase for your child/ren, and I imagine any kid would love to get it as a gift (it's a great way to usher in warmer weather, that's for sure!).
The Monster Factory website can be found here: http://www.themonsterfactory.com
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