Are you looking for the perfect pirate ship toy?
Pirate ship toys are a great way to encourage your child’s imagination and creativity. They can be used in so many different ways, from role play to storytelling. You might even find yourself joining in on the fun! Our range of pirate toys will help your kids pretend-play as pirates searching for their treasure chests from an island far, far away.
Best Pirate Play Sets & Accessories
Whilst not traditionally seen as educational toys, pirate-themed toys really help with storytelling, imagination, role play and pretend play. Social skills can be learned through such fun play. Our range includes brands like Bigjigs, Plan Toys, Indigo Jamm and Tender Leaf Toys. From 3D pop to play ships to wooden pirate ships, we have something for every child who wants their very own pirate ship for some swashbluckling adventures!
Our fantastic range of pirate-themed toys will help you find your treasure chest includes pirate toys like a wooden pirate ship so your children can pretend play as little pirates. Whilst not traditionally seen as educational toys, pirate-themed toys really help with storytelling, imagination, role play and pretend play. Social skills can be learned through such fun play. We love the Djeco range of pirate ship playsets, from the glow in the dark skully, to their amazing wooden pirate ship, they have something for everyone!
Just like real pirates, pirate figurines come in all shapes and sizes. Whilst our personal favourite are the fabulous Djeco Arty Pirate figures, all can be mixed and matched and combined with any wooden ship or treasure island toys.
We get asked this a lot! This depends very much on the age of the child and what they like. Some of the Djeco arty pirate figures are quite gruesome, so would be perfect for an older child who loves detail, but maybe not the best for a smaller sensitive child. For younger children, the Indigo Jamm pirate set is ideal, as itâ€™s perfect from 18 months. For children over 4 years old, I would opt for the Djeco pirate series.
Well, now that is very debatable! Some here are going with Barbarossa, whilst the other are going for Blackbeard. Me, Iâ€™m going for the Djeco Sam Parrot!