Pop-up tents are a great way for children to have fun, are easy to use and offer hours of enjoyment. However, not all pop-up tents are created equal. Some are for outdoor use, some have tunnels and "ballrooms" and some are just simple structures in which children can "hide" away. Whatever the activity, pop-up tents are safe and fun.
Discovery Kids Indoor and Outdoor Play Tent
The Discovery Kids pop-up tent includes a tunnel set, which can be used together or separately. With its bright colourful design, children will enjoy hours of fun. It is an indoor or outdoor tent that is easy to set up, and it is a great tent for play or camping sleepovers. It sells for about £16 as of June 2011.
Crawl 'N Play Pop-Up Indoor Play and Tunnel Set
With two tunnels, the Crawl 'N Play indoor pop-up tent offers plenty of fun indoors and outdoors. Because it is a pop-up, assembly is easy. This tent is made from a durable, lightweight, nylon fabric so it can withstand a lot of activity. Children can crawl under walls, through tunnels or just sit in the main space for hours of fun. The tent sells for approximately £19.
Playhut's Megaland Pop-Up Playset
Playhut's Megaland Pop-Up Playset is an indoor pop-up tent and more. It is a lightweight, easy-to-set-up tent that will allow children hours of fun. In addition to its multiple tunnels and chambers, this pop-up tent also has a ballroom with a ball pit. A hoop is included as well, so children can shoot hoops or play a tossing game. Fifty balls are included with the tent, which sells for approximately £39.
Tee-Zed Pop-Up Tent
The Tee-Zed pop-up tent is designed to place in your yard while children are at play. This orange pop-up tent with "Caution: Children At Play" printed in black warns drivers that children are nearby. The tent is too small for a play area, but toys can be stored inside it. Toys stored inside will also keep the tent in place even if it is windy out. It is sold for about £9.
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