unveiling of BigBoxPlay at the Storymakery, Irvine Spectrum

I believe the best memories are created when families do fun things together and  believe every day is an opportunity to create new stories. BigBoxPlay is  definitely that! A Unique play and learning system designed for kids and kids at heart.

BixBoxPlay uses extremely durable modular structures, a kids life size fortress if you will.  We put the durability to the test, with some very rambunctious children.

not only did the children climb over , out, in, and standing on top of the structure, they also screwed and unscrewed different modules, which makes the BixBoxPlay so entertaining. The kids can personalize and change the scene for whatever comes to mind.

BixBoxPlay will  engage children for hours to come for an affordable cost and minimal space needed. what I find most alluring of all is that, playing with a cardboard box allows children to use their imagination and  build skills .Parents can allow the BixBoxPlay to take their children on countless adventures . I found it amazing, how the children reacted with each other a, coming up with different stories and games as they played for what seemed to be Hours with no end. I like that the BigBoxPlay really had each child  really use their creativity as well as explore imaginary places in their minds.   The best kind of play with boxes is unstructured play – giving children the opportunity to explore a versatile open-ended material without an end result in mind.

It offers family fun assembling the fortress and one of the best parts about it is, if you are pressed for space,the fortress can be disassembled and stored flat.

“With nothing more than a little imagination, boxes can be transformed into forts or houses, spaceships or submarines, castles or caves. Inside a big cardboard box, a child is transported to a world of his or her own, one where anything is possible.” – National Toy Hall of Fame

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