Early Learning Centre Pretty Polly's Pirate Ship Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Description:Brand: ELC / Age: 18 months+ / Type: Learning Toy
Newest Review: ... did I bother? I think I paid about £40 for this ship. It is very basic; made from cheap plastic with two flags and a ... more
Customer Early Learning Centre Pretty Polly's Pirate Ship Reviews (9)
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 126 readings)
With our daughters second birthday coming up, my husband and I started to think of things we thought she might like. We went into the ELC while we were in a shopping centre and had a look at some of the little play sets they do in there. I was immediately drawn to a fairy play set, I was really set on getting her that and was having a look at all the accessories that you can buy to go with it. My husband however was having a look round the store and came across Pretty Polly's pirate ship for £25. When he came to find me to tell me what he thought we should get her, I was under whelmed by his choice - I mean, what would a 2 year old girl want with a pirates ship play ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/09 (Very useful, 186 readings)
My now three year old has been going through two main obsessions at the moment - the first is dinosaurs (an infatuation which shows no sign of ending anytime soon) and the second is pirates. For his birthday, he received the ELC Pretty Polly Pirate Ship which is proving to be a popular toy. The pirate ship is a sturdy ship made of a thick plastic, typical of many of the ELC toys. It is brightly coloured, with two blue and gold plastic sales, a lookout point with a telescope, a wheel, a room with doors that open and shut and a hatch down to the bottom of the ship. It also comes with five pirates and a rowing boat. The pirate figures are chunky and easy for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
==Early Learning Centre Pretty Polly's Pirate Ship== Jack received this toy Pirate Ship from his Nana, my mum, Christmas 2009/2010 and it is still a much loved and played with toy even 7 months on! The recommended age range for this toy is from 18 months + and even though jack was 2 ½ when he received it he still gets great enjoyment from playing with it as the games are far more in depth than they would have been when he was 18 months. The pirate ship on its own retails at £25 but there was a special offer on which meant a separate toy, Pirate Island, could be purchased alongside for an extra £5 and I believe there was around a £7 saving ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
My 2 year old son recieved this for Christmas and what a fantastic present it is. On boxing day I caught his Grandad sat on the fall playing with it, but my son was in the other room! My 9 month old loves holding the pirates in his hands. It is well used by both my sons and can see it will be for a good few years to come. With the boat you get 5 pirates, a treasure chest which has gold inside, a table with a treasure map on, a dinghy that magnetically attaches to the underneath of the ship. We were also bought the island cove that you can get to go with it which comes with another dinghy and a couple of pirates. The whole set is fantastic and great fun for a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
My 2 year old son received the Pretty Polly Pirate Ship for Christmas. He is at the age where he and his sister, who is three are starting to play nicely (sometimes) together. This pirate ship is one of the toys they like to play with, and as there are five pirates, there are plenty to share. There is also a table, and a treasure chest that can be moved about. They like to put the treasure chest into the bottom of the ship as there is a hatch that opens. There is a crow's nest, with a telescope so that the pirates can keep a look out. The ships wheel moves, and there are doors that can be opened and shut. A dinghy attaches underneath of the ship, ... Read the complete review
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