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Friday, September 22, 2017

Kids can use their imagination with Antsy Pants Build & Play

I love toys that let my kids use their imagination. Fallon has announced that she wants to be a chef (she sees me cooking all the time) and is always playing in her play kitchen. So when Antsy Pants approached me and asked for us to review one of their kits, I of course said yes.




The concept behind Antsy Pants is super simple. They want to bring back imaginative playtime. Right now, they have three different kits, Build & Play kit small, medium and large. With each one you can build multiple things. For the small you can chose from a Lemonade stand, donut shop, or a farmers market, tent and even a creative cover. Then for the medium you can do a circus tent, play house or fairy tale. When it comes to the large kit you can chose an ice cream truck or a pirate ship.



I seriously think the hardest part is deciding which one to make. For us we did the Farmers Market. This way Fallon could sell the “food”. While i’m not the best at putting things together and neither is my oldest Mya, we still got it together in just a few minutes. The directions couldn’t be more clear and simple.



Antsy Pants didn’t stop there, they also have add-ons. You can buy expansion packs, balls, and ball pit and even a special organizer for the rods and more.

If your kids are like my youngest or you are looking for a great gift, I highly recommend Any Pants Build & Play kits. Besides on their website you can find them at Target.


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7 comments:

  1. Thanks for the great info. This looks really cute, but a lot of parts. My kids would be sword fighting with the pieces.

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  2. This is really cute. My granddaughters would love this.

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  3. Love the stand- great for encouraging creativity.

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  4. My kids are obsessed with the idea of having a lemonade stand. They would love this.

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  5. This sounds very cool. I bet it keeps them busy for hours.

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  6. looks real cute but with my nephew he is so hard on things would it stand up to a ruff child?

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  7. This is so cute. My 3 yr old niece would love it!

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