These musical toys for kids are the perfect way to explore sound and movement through play!
The Best Musical Toys for Kids
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1 ||Hasbro Twister Dance – Kids can follow the lights on the music-playing game console to learn different dances using Twister’s famous colored spots that are placed on the floor!
2 || Boomwhackers – Boomwhackers are plastic percussion tubes of all different sizes that each make a different note when struck on a surface (table, floor, even your hand). There are a million possibilities for these simple toys – from auditory sensory play to movement fun to musical exploration!
3 || Hape Quadrilla Marble Run Music Motion Set – A marble run construction set with an added bonus – small xylophone keys built into the pieces! Kids will hear their own unique little tune each time a marble runs through!
4 || Rhythm Pat Bells – These simple bells make beautiful tones simply with a tap. They are a great option for young children, children with low muscle tone, or children with motor skill delays because they are designed to ring easily when gentle pressure is applied.
5 || Toy Banjo – The durable design of this “first banjo” is tough enough to stand up to a little wear and tear and is a great starting point for kids to learn about a string instrument.
6 || Melissa and Doug’s Deluxe Band Set – This is an awesome all-in-one set of wooden instruments for your little one, including a recorder, kazoo, harmonica, jingle stick, xylophone, and castanets. Includes a wooden storage case.
7 || Big Piano Dance Mat – Your kiddo will love making music on the move with this awesome toy!
8 || Let’s Record Music Player –Kids can get creative and record their own songs and silly sounds – or get moving and dancing to the prerecorded options.
9 || Dance Charades – Kids get a 40-second song clip where they have to dance out as many of the dance charades prompts as they can.
10 || Encore – Such a fun board game! When you land on a space, read the corresponding Sing Off Word. Teams then take turns coming up with and singing at least 6 words from a song that includes the Sing Off Word.
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