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  • Baby Piano Do Re Mi
  • Baby Piano Do Re Mi
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Baby Piano Do Re Mi

  • 3.0
  • Brand: Chicco
  • Item Number: 012-018
  • Recommended Age: Newborns-1 Year Old
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Total: $ 31.90
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Expected Delivery: 2-5 Days


Little aspiring musicians will have great fun playing on the Do Re Mi baby piano.

- There are two different options for playing.
- Either you can play individual musical notes with the keys or each key will play a different melody in different musical styles (classic, rock, pop, jazz or Caribbean sounds).

- You can switch between the two playing options by scrolling through the song book on top of the piano.
- The small musical note also has 2 surprises in store.

In the play-notes mode it plays the musical scale as soon as it glides over the piano, and in the melodies mode it adds sound effects to the musical styles.


- Kids' piano with 2 play modes

- Play individual notes or play whole melodies

- Great extra functions for playing scales and special sound effects
- Batteries: 2 x AA (are included)

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Why Our Experts Love It

Are you ready to R-O-C-K!

It is great for recognition of the sound effects this piano makes. Your child will develop a taste for music and who knows, maybe they will be the next Bono. Well, maybe not.

We love the interactive features this piano has. And best of all, it is actually great for long car rides or anywhere you may be going to keep your baby entertained. It is a great looking piano for a great price.
  • Brain research has concluded that music helps lead the way for learning in other areas particularly in language abilities. Besides being a rugged colorful piano with bright colors the musical exposure your child will get from this fun and educational toy will go a long way so its the perfect baby toy.
  • Turn the music to one of the 2 play modes. You can teach your child that the music is made up of many different instruments, each with different sounds but playing the same song.
  • Your child will begin to learn the different sounds and parts of music because he/she can add or remove certain instruments by pushing different instruments on the orchestra. Try the violin, then the piano. What do these instruments sound like?
  • Let your child show his or her creativity by choosing what instruments to include in his or her musical masterpiece. And since these are popular children’s song, have you little one practice the words so they can put on a concert for you.
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards