What is it
Beneath the tree canopy, the fairies are able to sit on the leaves and watch over the magical forest animals: the solar sail covers the fairies as they sway back and forth on the swing and the two large nests on the branches serve as storage space for the musical instruments or the book. A figure can also be placed in a nesting there are three caves of different sizes in the base of the forest, which can serve as a shelter for the animals or as a hiding place for treasures.
Includes three Playmobil fairies and lots of accessories.
Product No: 9132
What our team of testers said
"Oh, wow... a cute unicorn!" - Girl aged 6
"Let's put the treasure by the fairy door." - Girl aged 8
- Promotes imaginative play
- Practises storytelling skills
- Enhances personal, social and emotional development
What our experts think
A delightful set that really appealed to our testers; they were very excited as they discovered all of the characters and accessories. The unicorn was a particular favourite, and we really liked the potions element, we heard many spells being cast as the children played! As soon as the set was built, the children set about creating their fairy world; there was a lot of imaginative role-play and storytelling. This type of play is important as it promotes personal, social and emotional development as children can act out and make sense of situations they may not understand, developing their understanding of the world around them.
A few of our testers took the set outside and included real nature in their play, adding petals and leaves to their scenes. This shows the benefits of imaginative play on creativity! Many of the children were reluctant to stop playing as the set kept them happy and engrossed for a long time. We found the swing did not stay in place very well, but this didn’t affect children’s enjoyment.
- RRP: £49.99
- Brands: Playmobil
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: Playsets & collectibles
- Types of skills developed: Creativity
Personal, social & emotional development
Speech, language and communication skills
Understanding the world