Imaginext® Pirate Ship

Age: 3-8 years
  • Price: $55.00$44.99

    | Product: W9596

When your preschooler is outgrowing the toys he has, but not quite ready for the “big boy” toys he wants, it’s time for Imaginext®! All the adventure he can imagine, with plenty of surprise transformations and easy-to-use features that let him make the action happen!

Curiosity & Discovery
• Kids discover cause & effect when they turn a figure on a disk to raise the anchor and lower the sails on an adventure for buried treasure!

Fine Motor
• Push to reveal the cannons….and fire! It’s a great way to strengthen dexterity.

Imagination & Creativity
• Imagining up their very own sword dual, plank walk and more, your child will have a blast dreaming up a different adventure every time!

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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Huge ship One of the doors broke the day we got it. We rigged it and got it to work. My grandson loves it. March 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by A Must Have For Any Little Buccaneer! I actually bought an older version of this product from someone that had posted it on Craigslist. The colors of the ship are different as well as the flags, sails, and figures that are included. Only days after purchasing that one, I ordered the updated version of this ship (as well as all the other recent pirate figures, ships, and accessories). My son now has an entire world of seafaring buccaneers and skeleton pirates to unleash his imagination. This combined with his collection of DC Super Friends™, Rescue City, Samurai and Castle figures, playsets, vehicles and accessories, almost all he ever wants to play is Imaginext®. Kudos Fisher-Price®! Your Imaginext® line has definitely kept my son happy as well as help him develop skills. September 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ahoy and away! Great addition to the toy box! My son loves to put the guys on here and sail around the room. He tugs and pulls the toy and it withstands the torment so far. May 20, 2013
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