What is it
The Twirlywoos Big Red Boat Playset has been cleverly designed to combine developmental learning with imaginative play with fun sounds, songs, flashing lights and activities galore! The boat includes Great BigHoo and Peekaboo figurines and the side of the boat opens to reveal additional play features too. Learning elements within the Big Red Boat reflect the educational content of the show itself, providing children with reinforcement through simple word learning. The Big Red Boat Playset will provide little ones with hours of Twirlywoos fun!
What our team of testers said
Adult: "Is that fun?" Child: Babbled and giggled - Boy aged 17 months
"She was smiling a lot whilst pulling the boat." - Adult observing 21 month old girl
- Pull-along boat encourages walking
- Familiar characters are good for imaginative play
- Lots of interactive features
What our experts think
Children loved pulling the Twirlywoos Big Red Boat along the ground and this is great for encouraging walking and therefore helps strengthen arm and leg muscles, balance and coordination.
At this age children are starting to enjoy imaginative play and the familiar Twirlywoos characters are a great springboard for this. There are also lots of interactive elements such as buttons to push, nurturing curiosity and teaching children about cause and effect.
EYFS goals supported
Physical development – “Picks up small objects between thumb and fingers.”; “Explores objects with mouth, often picking up an object and holding is to the mouth.”; “Reaches out for, touches and begins to hold objects.”
Communication and language – “Concentrates intently on an objects or activity of own choosing for short periods.”
Understanding the World – “Knows things are used in different ways, e.g. a ball for rolling or throwing, a toy car for pushing.”
- RRP: £49.99
- Brands: Golden Bear
- Battery Operated
- Toy Types: Playsets & collectibles
- Types of skills developed: Core stability & balance
Gross motor skills
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills