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Moluk Bilibo Blue
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- Deceptively simple, elegantly shaped and magically attractive, the Bilibo inspires creative, imaginative, limitless play for boys and girls
- The iconic shell shape and bright colors are immediately appealing, arousing curiosity, intrigue and commanding immediate attention
- The award winning Bilibo was designed in Switzerland in conjunction with child development experts
- Made from nontoxic, shatterproof polyethylene it is incredibly durable and appropriate for both indoor and outdoor play
- Stimulating creativity and open-ended play for kids ages 2+
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Engaging young minds and celebrating their inner brilliance
The Ultimate Open-Ended Activity Toy
Deceptively and elegantly simple and magically attractive, the Bilibo is immediately appealing. Its unique shape arouses curiosity, engages imagination and stimulates creativity. Infinitely adaptable, it is the ultimate open-ended, creative activity toy. Sit in it, stand on it, spin in it or stack it. Rock it, fill it, wear it or slide it. Surprisingly expressive, turn it over and it has 'eyes' and a smile. The imaginative uses of the Bilibo are limitless.
The award winning Bilibo was designed in Switzerland in collaboration with child development experts. Its iconic shell shape and bright colors are immediately alluring and command attention.
Made of nontoxic, shatterproof polyethylene, the Bilibo will withstand even the most energetic toddler. It is incredibly durable and shock-resistant and appropriate for both indoor and outdoor play. Take it outside to the back yard, the park, the beach or even the sledding hill. You'll be amazed at the creative uses kids will come up with. Physically, the. Bilibo helps develop balance, coordination, motor skills. Intellectually, it stimulates creativity, imagination and role playing, elements of social development.
The Creative Uses of the Bilibo are Endless
The award winning Bilibo provides limitless play options. Inspires creativity, imagination and a sense of wonder.
Engaging Activity and Physical Development
There are no rules, play with it your way. Helps develop balance, coordination and motor skills.
What can you be with your Bilibo? Develop skills in story telling, role playing and social interaction.
Bilibos fit together well for easy storage.
Designed in Switzerland by Child Development Experts
Surprisingly expressive, each Bilibo has a personality all its own. Make it become anything you can dream up.
Strong and Resilient
Durable polyethylene construction and unique shape add significant strength. Great for both indoor and outdoor play.
Finely crafted to exacting standards, Bilibos work well together to create even more fun and play options.
Available in a variety of vibrant, attractive colors. Which is your favorite?
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Kid O Toys is the leader in contemporary developmental and educational toys
Toys that engage young minds, set imaginations free and celebrate a child's inner brilliance.
Designed to Delight
Thoughtfully created using timeless play concepts and a decidedly contemporary flair. Kids are enthralled by the rich variety of shapes, sizes and colors that provide hours of captivating and expressive fun.
Engineered to Endure
Made from only the highest quality materials with exacting attention to detail, these toys will be handed down for generations, destined to become playroom heirlooms.
At Kid O Toys Safety is Always Paramount
- PVC Free
- BPA Free
- Phthalate Free
- Lead Free
- Meets and Exceeds All US and European Standards
Deceptively simple and magically attractive, Bilibo's iconic shell shape and bright colors immediately appeal to children. Developed in collaboration with childhood development experts, Bilibo's unique form arouses curiosity, engages the imagination, and encourages creativity. Both boys and girls find unlimited ways to play with Bilibos – using them to rock in, spin in, hide under, sit on, tote with, and peek through. Bilibo provides hours of fun, indoors and out: at home, at the park, at the beach, in water, and even on snow.
From the Manufacturer
Designed in Switzerland, this toy has won countless awards for design and play value. Its simplicity is deceptive and modeled after extensive study of children's play patterns. Bilibo is a completely open-ended toy that stimulates a child's imagination. It can be a helmet, sit and spin, doll cradle, train tunnel, shovel, water basin and much more. Let your imagination run wild. Nearly indestructible, suitable for indoors and outdoors. Measures 16"L x 16"W x 9"H.
Top Customer Reviews
Well, Christmas morning came and our three year old daughter opened this (which was a NIGHTMARE to wrap I will add). My daughter was completely confused and asked "what is it?". At this moment I was beaming knowing that I was right and this was a waste of money (hey I don't get too many chances to gloat to my husband that I was right!). My husband quickly took the opportunity to get in the floor with her and show her a couple different ways to use the "toy".
My daughter seemed to consider what my husband had to say but focused immediately on her other gifts. I just knew I won this bet. To my surprise, my daughter starting "wobbling" in the Bilibo Christmas night, she sat in it and tilted back and forth and all around. The next morning she set it over my infant son and they proceeded to squeal and giggle at eachother through the two holes. The next morning she taught herself how to "spin" in it. The following day she was using it as a step stool to reach this or that. The following day she used it as a basket to carry her toys from room to room. The following day she used it as a bucket to hold water to give her barbies a bath...the following day...the following day...the following day...
The claims are true...this toy is never-ending fun for kids. My nephew came to stay this past weekend and brought over his Bilibo and they played together for HOURS, at one point running through the house with the Bilibos on their heads and then taking turns spinning eachother, "wobbling" in them while watching cartoons.
I was a skeptic, but now I admit, I was wrong and this "toy" has provided endless entertainment, is VERY sturdy (my husband stood on it while holding my daughter and it did not break, and has been a standout tool to increase my daughters imagination. Because of this toy, my daugther has been using problem solving skills (like testing to see what she can reach, or if a toy doesn't sit on top of the Bilibo it will sit in it when turned upside down, etc). I am just blown away...pure and simple.
So, for all you skeptics out there, give it a chance, you might be pleasantly surprised like me.
Here's what I'm thinking, I think there's two types of children who would like it.
1) the kid that needs the extra sensory support & the kid that's 2) low to no tech kid.
1) My 6.9year old son needs a great deal of sensory input. I hate the term "ADHD" but it really is the best way to describe it without going into a great deal of explanation. This is some of the stuff we have done to try to help him focus.
We homeschool, so he plays outside for about 2hrs (that's basketball, riding his bike, soccer, football, lots of tag and running) essentially he exherts himself until he's ready to sit and work. I do as much as he feels he can concentrate on with in 30-45minutes & then we break for a snack. Then he listens in on lessons done with his older siblings (history, science, read alouds) & he gains a lot of knowledge merely by being involved that way. We have also gotten him signed up for MMA which he goes to about 4 times a week for about 3hrs a day. In between those days he does a 30minute trampoline MMA style workout with YouTube.
You'd think with all of that physical activity he'd be okay as far as his sensory needs are concerned. Yet I was frustrated by his rolling around on the floor, flipping off the couch, sitting upside down, etc... I have a strict, "no horse play" in the house rule especially because we have small children that tend to get kicked as they are walking by or as they're sitting on the couch but he had these needs.
I gave in & bought the Bilibo & it was like Christmas for him. He was so thrilled with it. He uses it every day & there are time where his energy is a bit overwhelming & I say "please go use your spiny thing" & he runs off to do that. He comes back down & says "mom, I think I can sit now". My other kids have really liked it as well but since its more of a "therapy" tool then a toy, we have asked them to just let him have it to hisself, especially because they're much bigger than he is physically.
If I didn't have a toddler I would have him use it as we do some of the reading during school but if I allow him to do that the toddler would try to climb in with him & likely get hurt. So maybe when she's a little older & understand she can't climb in there with him.
2. I think we need to know our audience. I don't think that the techi kid would enjoy this toy/tool. I really don't want to offend anyone or get anyone riled up. I'm not intending on starting a debate or trying to guilt anyone but there are countless studies that have been done on brains that have shown how a child's brain (a person's brain) is changed by the use of technology. Essentially it is rewired to need constant media input. There's so many links to ADD, ADHD, etc... That being said, if your child is really into the tech stuff, the likelihood of him/her liking this toy is probably slim, you might want to save your money, I hope I was clear, that it wasn't a judgement on your parenting, just a hope at saving you some money on a thing your kid was likely going to find boring. Think: a large brown box. If your kid would hate a large brown box as a gift, she/he'd likely hate this gift. A brain that is very stimulated would likely find this toy incredibly boring. I know that personally my brain is so over stimulated that I watch tv with my iPad on and also my smartphone on. While I watch one thing on tv, I google things on my phone & I look through sites with my iPad. It's so upsetting to me that my brain needs the super stimulation. I personally as a kid would have hated the Bilibo, just like I hated Legos. Best thing I've ever built out of Legos was "a wall" lol Know your audience to save yourself the aggravation of buying something they won't enjoy or use.
I hope that my review has been helpful. Much luck.