Bilibo Toy

What is a Kid- O Bilibo Toy?

When I first saw a picture of the Bilibo I was thinking "What in the world is this?". At first glance the Kid-O Bilibo Toy looks just like a piece of plastic. But in the eyes of kids and their creative minds a Bilibo Toy can be anything they want it to be. The Kid-O Bilibo is a hit with kids between 2 and 7 years old.

With a child's imagination this Bilibo toy (also called an Elementary shell) is a rocking chair, a sit n spin, a step stool. Kids use the Bilibo to carry water, hold toys. Many kids enjoy wearing it as a hat and peak through the little holes. Or use the Bilibo toy as a sort of cave to hide their hot wheels cars. There are simply hundreds of uses for For the Kid-O Bilibo. The Bilibo is made of very durable plastic. This toy will delight a child for years and makes the perfect gift.

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Bilibo Toy - Encourages Creativity

Many parents know that kids prefer to play with the card board than the actual toy. Well that is the kind of toy that Bilibo is. It is today's cardboard box! (wink)

And just wait until you see how creative your child is. They will come up with things that you never thought of.

The Bilibo Toy is one of the most popular toys for toddlers and their parents.

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Do you think this is a toy a child would love to play with?

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looks really great fun

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Hello, hello, 6 years ago from London, UK

They look lovely and I am sure kids love them Thank you for introducing them.

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Wendy Krick 6 years ago from Maryland Author

Thanks for the comments.

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girlincape 6 years ago from California

How strange. I wonder who thought of it!

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Wendy Krick 6 years ago from Maryland Author

I don't know. I think it comes from Switzerland. But kids really love it. Thanks for the comment.

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