As a family with kids, we always have to consider what kid friendly options will be available for our little ones when we leave home. Over the past few years a vacation option that we’ve frequented is cruising. There’s so much to do on a cruise, and it’s an excellent bang for your buck. I’m excited to share with our readers that, for the past few years there has been an exciting partnership taking place on the high seas that your children can benefit from. Two great companies, Fisher-Price and Royal Caribbean have partnered to ensure that even the smallest kids in your family have a great time aboard the Royal Caribbean fleet. Check out two key features of the program below:
Fisher-Price Toy Lending Program:
Onboard Royal Caribbean cruises your children have the option of borrowing from an onboard chest of Fisher-Price toys. Each day they have the ability to exchange and borrow new toys to assist in their play and learning adventures.
From the Royal Caribbean website:
Our Fisher-Price® Toy Lending Program consists of a collection of developmental toys, specifically created for infants and toddlers ages 6-36 months.
Make Playtime, Learning Time:
Did you know that early childhood experts at Fisher-Price have teamed up with Royal Caribbean to provide interactive playgroups for your children ages 18-36 months? Your kids will have a ball while you learn about making playtime, learning time.
These are just two of the ways that this amazing partnership has come together. Our kids love to play and when they can learn and explore new things in the process it’s definitely a win-win situation. Fisher-Price is also an iconic brand that Ronnie and I played with ourselves as children so we’re happy to see our kids enjoy the next generation of toys from one of our favorite brands.
BMWK family, have you ever been on a cruise with your kids? Was it fun? What Fisher-Price toys did you play with as a child?
Disclaimer: I’m a member of the Fisher-Price Play Ambassador program. No compensation was provided in exchange for this post.
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