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The Baby Cubby Loves Kid O!

The Baby Cubby Loves Kid O!

The people behind Kid O toys believe that "children have the most fun when they are discovering new things." Since kids learn through play, all Kid O toys are designed with imagination in mind. These toys will engage and stimulate your children because they have a variety of colors, shapes and sizes. With Kid O, the sky is the limit for creative adventures. By stretching their imagination, your kids will gain valuable skills to use their whole life through.

Here's a peek at these wonderful toys:

Magnatabs

Turn in traditional pen and paper and use this magnetic stylus instead. As your kids use their imagination to draw, individual beads will pop to the surface. And clean up is a snap--it erases with the swipe of a finger.
 
Glow-in-the-dark Jumbo Magnatab                      Free Play Magnatab
 
A to Z Magnatab

 

Click & Pop Links

The linking pieces can connect in limitless ways to construct unique designs. They will grow with your child as they gradually learn to build more complex shapes. Vibrant colors allow for pattern making. This toy also encourages the development of valuable fine motor skills.

 

Mix & Match Animals

Kids can put snap these pieces together in numerous ways. The result? Funny animal creations that spark their imagination and encourage story telling.
 
 
 

Oogi Characters

They are designed to inspire unique stories and come alive in the hands of your kiddos!
Oogi Junior                                                                                      Oogi Glow

 

 

Oogi Bongo                                                                                             Oogi Pilla

 

Plui

Bath toys that teach children basic physical principles--but they won't realize they're learning! Dunk them in water to fill up and then let it rain, then stop the rain simply by closing the hole with your finger. Plui is a gentle way to introduce your baby or toddler to water fun.

 
Plui Cloud                                                                                                  Plui Blue

 

Written by: Natalie Gubler

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