Bilibo by Moluk was created because children have an amazing talent for finding unusual uses for toys and just about anything else that they find or are given for play. Says Alex Hochstrasser, Swiss inventor and designer of Bilibo, “When I introduced the prototypes at the kindergarten of my hometown, the little ones were astonished at first. But then a boy sat down in Bilibo and started spinning, a girl turned Bilibo around and tried to balance on him – after that you just could not stop them.”
Bilibo sparks irrepressible imagination! Tortoise shell and sand toy, swing and spinner, cradle for dolls and a shell to build with in the snow – Bilibo is all this and much more. So, what exactly is a Bilibo? Well one clue is the fact that it does not come with an instruction manual. Kids can do what they like with it! Give one to a child and see what they can come up with. It encourages children to invent their own ways of having fun. The Bilibo is full of surprises and as children are having fun they are working on play skills, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, speech/language skills and social skills!