|Material: Plastic||Gender: Girl; Boy|
|Age Start: 2 Years||Age End: And Up|
|Country of Manufacture: Spain|
Questions & Answers
ECR4Kids Feber Pirate Ship
Rachel from MI– Verified Buyer
Our children's ministry bought this ship for one of our younger classrooms and it has been a BIG hit! The kids love it! It was easy to assemble, it's sturdy, and has added so much fun to the classroom. LOVE IT!
Jolene from Avella, PA– Verified Buyer
Best price around. My kids are 2 and 4 and they both lovethis toy. My only issue is that it has to be anchored in concrete for outdoor use. We currently have it in our living room.
Safe for kids
Trevor from CLEARWATER, FL– Verified Buyer
I bought this and I love how safe it feels for my little ones.
Very pleased with this purchase
Melissa from Houston, TX– Verified Buyer
This ship is great. The size was great for keeping inside for the first few weeks after Christmas and now it is outside on warmer days. We have had three toddlers playing on it with no trouble. My son and 5 yr old daughter can play on it together as well. The 15 month old can't climb to the top yet but that is good. We put him up there sometimes but stand next to the ship because it would be better if the side railing were a bit higher. I feel it would be really easy for him to just lean over and fall off. Overall I am really pleased and would say in another two months it won't be a concern anymore.
Great indoor climbing toy!
ashley from Mount Vernon, OH– Verified Buyer
My 18 month old loves the pirate ship and as she grows this will grow with her! It was easy to put together!
dayna from Aurora, IL– Verified Buyer
The kids love it. It's super sturdy and isn't too big. We are currently keeping this in our play room.
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Anonymous from North Carolina– Verified Buyer
Combining their responsibility to the community and their desire to be environmentally conscious, they have a program to reduce (or better yet, re-use) what they would normally dispose of... Early Childhood Resources has eliminated almost all of their cardboard waste by implementing commercial cardboard shredding equipment in its facilities to convert cardboard destined for the landfill into some of the best packing material available.
Competition typically demands lower costs and with it, labor intense jobs are being exported faster and faster every year. Early Childhood Resources, being committed to "Maximum Value," balances the demands from the marketplace with the practicality and social values of finding ways to maximize the capabilities of those in our community with developmental disabilities, and want to work! The program provides a stimulating and developmentally enriching environment. These individuals gain valuable social and work skills while earning competitive wages, and creating "Maximum Value" in their products.