Playmobil toys gain ‘Recommended’ status from Good Toy Guide

Toy vendor Playmobil has received 15 ‘Recommended’ stamps of approval from Fundamentally Children’s Good Toy Guide, thanks to a line of its toys.

Five recommendations went to the Playmobil 123 range, with the Playmobil 123 My Take Along Ship praised for teaching children about what objects sink or float.

Elsewhere, the Playmobil Pirate Ship and Playmobil Furnished Children’s Hospital were both praised for developing imaginative play and scored five out of five for fun.

Plus, the Children’s Hospital range was especially recognised, with the Playmobil Ambulance, X-Ray Room and Emergency Medical Helicopter also gaining approval from the team.

Jamie Dickinson, marketing manager at Playmobil UK, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded the ‘Recommended’ status for so many of our toys this year.

“We love to hear such positive feedback from parents and children alike, and we are very proud to have been recognised by the Good Toy Guide.”

Here is the full list of Playmobil sets commended by the Good Toy Guide:

Playmobil Pirate Combat Ship

Playmobil Children’s Furnished Hospital

Playmobil X-Ray Room

Playmobil Ambulance with Lights and Sounds

Playmobil Emergency Medical Helicopter

Playmobil Summer Camper

Playmobil Water Park with Slides

Playmobil Water Park Play Area

Playmobil Large City Zoo

Playmobil Children’s Petting Zoo

Playmobil 123 My Take Along Ship

Playmobil 123 Construction Truck

Playmobil 123 Large African Safari

Playmobil 123 Car with Horse Trailer

Playmobil 123 Forklift

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