When the Wigwam arrived it took only a few minutes to put together with Big Boy's help The instructions were quite simple, which was handy as it was Big Boy reading them. I thought that it was well made, the camouflage canopy is made of a waterproof vinyl and was quite thick and the wooden poles were smooth so I didn't have to worry about splinters for anyone.
The wigwam stayed in our living room for a good week whilst Top Ender and Big Boy made sure that it was suitable for children to play in. They ate dinner in there, they read, played on their hand held consoles and had a few adventures in the land of imagination. Big Boy was disappointed that he wouldn't have the wigwam in the living room for long, as he knew we had promised to give it to the School but he did like the idea that he is at School for more days than he is at home.
Taking the Wigwam up to school one morning surprised a few of the other Parents on the School Run, apparently not everyone takes a tent to School tucked under their arm!
The School were of course very grateful and I'm looking forward to the day when I go up to the School and see the Wigwam with Children playing in it. Big Boy and Top Ender have both declared the Wigwam to be one of the best playhouses you could possibly have, but at £54.99 I don't think I will be buying them another one for home just yet.
We were sent the Wigwam to review by Garden Games.
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