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Playmobil Advent Calendar {Pirate Treasure Island}

Playmobil Advent Calendar {Pirate Treasure Island}

It’s definitely the time of year to be planning Advent treats for my children. Playmobil is a top manufacturer within preschool toys. We’ve been Playmobil Playologists for a while now and were lucky to receive the Playmobil Advent Calendar to review.

In 2013 we reviewed the Playmobil Pirates Treasure Cove advent calendar, in 2014 we reviewed the Playmobil Santa’s Workshop Advent Calendar and last year we reviewed the Playmobil Advent Calendar Fire Rescue Operation with Card Game so I was interested to see how the pirate theme had been updated.

Playmobil Advent Calendar {Pirate Treasure Island}

I have to admit that I haven’t opened the Pirate Treasure Island advent calendar for the purposes of this post. My children get a huge amount of fun from Advent so I haven’t opened this one. My 4 year old daughter loves pirates so she will be opening this throughout Advent – I’m sure I will be sharing pictures on Twitter and Instagram if you want to see more.

Anyway, the great thing about Playmobil is that they usually show the contents of the toys on the back of the packaging so I can tell you all about the contents of the Pirate Treasure Island.

With Pirate Treasure Island you can find the legendary treasure of the ghost-pirate. Included is a cardboard play scene which is complete after 24 days. Every day you open a compartment and you will find two pirates, a boat, a treasure map, lots of accessories and, of course, some treasure. This set requires a battery, which is not included, which makes the ghostly pirate glow.

Playmobil Advent Calendar {Pirate Treasure Island}

I know that my children will love opening this advent calendar. They love Playmobil and we find the pieces usually make their way into our general Playmobil collection after being out over Christmas. The pirate theme is fun but I must admit I prefer the others in the range which are more traditional, such as the Christmas Room with Illuminating Tree and Christmas on the Farm. There is also a Dress up Party and Fire Rescue Operation with Card Game calendar. I also like the Christmas in the Forest from the Playmobil 123 range which would be perfect for smaller hands. They are all priced around £19.99 which seems good value for the number of toys in the calendar. You can purchase them directly from Playmobil or all good toy shops.

You may be interested in some of our other Playmobil craft posts and toy reviews:

DIY Playmobil clock craft

Playmobil jar topper craft

Vintage Playmobil badge

Playmobil Ghostbusters toy range

Playmobil 123 Wading set

Playmobil 123 Meadow Path and Park Playground

Playmobil City Car and Sunshine Preschool

Playmobil police truck, speed boat with motor and trailer

Playmobil Special Forces Firefighter

Playmobil Great Asian Castle review

Playmobil Easter eggs 2014

Playmobil Easter Eggs 2015

Playmobil Easter Eggs 2016

Playmobil 40th birthday party

Official Playmobil Annual 2015

Playmobil Santa’s Workshop Advent Calendar

Playmobil Pirates Treasure Cove advent calendar

Playmobil Advent Calendar Fire Rescue Operation with Card Game

Playmobil and London Fire Brigade’s anniversary launch party

4 Comments

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    Sarah (Mum x3x)
    November 17, 2016 at 4:19 pm

    This looks fantastic. My daughter would love it and so much better than a chocolate advent calendar! I love that it can be used after Christmas, too 🙂 xx

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    Nayna Kanabar
    November 17, 2016 at 4:23 pm

    What a lovely calendar, my nephew would love this. Will need to check it out.

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