Brand New, Unopened, Unused, In The Original Box
Suitable for 18 Months+
Join the captain and his crew aboard the Happyland pirate ship and set sail for lots of swashbuckling adventures.
Features and benefits for Happyland Pirate Ship
Set includes four pirate characters
Great for encouraging early speaking skills
Inspires the imagination
Helps develop hand-to-eye coordination skills and motor skills
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Avast, ye landlubbers! The crew have battled long and hard, and at last the treasure is within their grasp. Help them row the treasure chest back to the main ship and receive a hearty hero's welcome.
Great for your child's development:
Great for imaginative play, your little one will love bringing this ragtag bunch of scurvy seadogs to life by giving them their own voices and personalities, and will have great fun creating lots of stories and adventures about sailing the seven seas. Playing together encourages your child to start talking and trying new words, and moving the chunky, easy to grip pieces around helps strengthen little fingers.
ELC star quality:
We love the Happyland pirate ship because it's a great way to inspire your little one's imagination. With four pirates, a treasure chest and a rowboat included, your child will enjoy hours of imaginative play, making up plenty of stories about the pirates and bringing them to life by giving each of them a voice of their own.
What you need to know:
-Includes pirate ship, 4 pirates, treasure chest, life boat and a table
-Suitable from 18 months
Scramble up to the crow's nest to peer through the telescope and search for lands with more treasure, man the cannon at the front to ward off enemies, and man the helm to steer the ship. At the end of a long day of pirating, retire into the cabins to rest up for a new day of adventures.
-Playing pirates and hunting treasure
-Sailing the ship around the room
-Bringing the pirates to life
-Hiding and finding the treasure
-Punishing mutinous crew: walk the plank!
-Encouraging talking and learning new words
-Discovering pretend play