One of our favorite toys, Buddy Dog, needed a friend: introducing Echo. She has warm, oversized engaging eyes and a friendly smile that will delight any child. Echo’s high contrast colors are appealing to all children, even those with low vision. Her stimulating features encourage tactile exploration through her cool cotton, soft velour, rubbery and raised dots, fluffy tuft of hair, the secret patch of Velcro on her backside, and most distinguishing her large floppy ears.
- Fine Motor Skills
- Visual Stimulation
- Tactile Stimulation
- Tactile Discrimination
- Auditory Stimulation
- Memory and Recall
- Oral Stimulation
- Hand/Eye Coordination
- Social Engagement
- Cognitive Development
Story Buzzer – Child can squeeze Echo the Elephant’s trunk to make her trumpet every time a word is said in a story. This keeps little ears listening and adds a laugh to story time.
Dress Up – Dress up Echo in other doll clothes to practice fine motor skills like buttoning, zipping, tying and pretend play.
Hot & Cold – Caregiver can hide Echo and the child can search for her with the help of hot and cold hints. Hot if the child is close and cold is the child is far away!
Locational – Caregiver can use Echo to encourage the understanding of locational skills– over, under, behind, next to.