Bilibo is a new kind of toy - the elementary shells leave room for the child's imagination. Instead of imposing a specific play pattern, Bilibo is open for a wide range of interpretations and encourages children to invent their own games, to play and have fun in an active and creative way. Indoors and outdoors, in the sand-pit, at the water or even in the snow - Bilibo is full of surprises...
Bilibo is a companion for children from the first year onward and inspires a large variety of playing behaviors. According to their age and interests, children will interpret the shells in many different ways.
The soft, round shapes and strong colors stimulate the senses and the child's innate curiosity. They beg to be touched and handled. Toddlers will move them around, fill them with objects, sand or water and empty them again.
The shells can be aligned or stacked in many ways. Like three-dimensional puzzle pieces, two shells are joined to form a sphere - a friendly face with a broad smile. Playfully the children train their sense of space as well as hand-eye coordination.
When growing older, children will discover new ways of using the shells. Rocking and spinning for instance are great fun and help develop motor skills and the child's sense of balance.
Role-playing and make-believe games are vital for the child's social development and powers of imagination. Again, Bilibo shines as a wonderful accessory and is swiftly turned into a cradle for puppets, a turtle shell, a drum, a cooking pot, a ship, or a hill with coves giving shelter to animals... the imagination of children knows no limits...
Invented by child development experts. For ages 2 to 7.
Winner of Dr. Toy 10 Best Active Products and Dr. Toy 100 Best Children's Products.
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Our toy experts have indicated that the Bilibo Blue strengthens the following Intelligences:
Children with Spatial intelligence have the ability to create visual-spatial representations and can transfer them mentally or concretely. Students who exhibit this intelligence need a mental or physical "picture" to understand the information being presented.
Children with strong Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence gravitate towards athletics; however, they also may use their bodies to solve problems, or convey ideas and emotions. Students with BK intelligence will be good at physical activities, have good hand-eye coordination and may have a tendency to move around a lot while expressing themselves.