With the ubiquity of Lego and other building toys on the market, most kids have had a chance to design their own structures in miniature. The Habitadule allows them to take it one step further, producing life-size constructions out of large-scale pieces.
The Habitadule panels are nearly two feet square, but they link together easily with notched connectors. Since they are made from durable yet lightweight (and FSC-certified) cardboard, they are easy to maneuver and lift. Kids can build structures that they can then inhabit. The panels come in blue or red, each with two different modern patterns printed on the sides.
Regularly $100, the Habitadule is currently available for $75.00 at Hearth Song.