Best Play Tents

Updated January 2019
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    One of the easiest and most affordable ways to transform your child’s room into a fantasy playland is by adding a play tent. Often shaped like little castles or mini versions of the tents you’d use to go camping, these usually require very little to no assembly. You can easily find a play tent to coordinate with your child’s bedroom colors, and might even find one adorned with their favorite characters, animals, shapes, or themes. Some come with fun extras to encourage their imagination and role play, like a fairy wand for a castle tent or a mini projector to create a light show inside. Play tents cost between $25 and $40.

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