The unique BuckleyBoo teaches babies and toddlers visual matching, small motor coordination and problem solving as they match brightly patterned ribbons and configure 3 different types of plastic buckles. An internal chime delights young ears as little fingers buckle their way to mastery.
This 12" stuffed animal is perfect for the baby and toddler on the go. With 3 unique buckles, the BuckleyBoo is still enough of a challenge to keep children engaged.
Stage 1: Matching
Children first learn to visually scan and match the brightly patterned ribbons- polka dot to polka dot, stripe to stripe.
Stage 2: Buckling
At eighteen months, children are ready to buckle, but they cannot yet unbuckle, which makes BuckleyBoo, for a time, a toy to be shared between parent and child. At this stage, the child will likely leave all the other buckles in their environment alone; now they have their own buckles with which to play.
Stage 3: Unbuckling
At three years, children have both the physical strength and the problem solving skills to buckle and unbuckle, and they will still enjoy the BuckleyBoo's different fasteners.