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  • Early Melodies Xylophone
  • Early Melodies Xylophone
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Early Melodies Xylophone

  • 4.0
  • Brand: Hape
  • Item Number: 029-017
  • Recommended Age: 1-2 Year Old
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Total: $ 22.00
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Expected Delivery: 2-5 Days


A beautifully constructed, heirloom quality wooden xylophone.

- When a baby begins with a rap and a tap, who knows what could happen next!

- This xylophone will develop appreciation for rhythm and music, hand eye coordination as well as sensory perception.

- Who knows what musical skills will emerge on this basic beginner xylophone.

- A great beginner xylophone.

- Dimensions: 11 L x 5.7 W x 1.7 H

Why Our Experts Love It

This xylophone is perfect for a kid's first instrument!

It's fun and educational.

It will also instill an appreciation for rhythm and music in your child. There's just so many reasons we want to share with all of you on how amazing this early melodies xylophone is! So, here we go...this will help develop appreciation for rhythm and music not to mention the hand eye coordination and your child's sensory skills!

The high quality this xylophone provides will give all you parents re-assurance that this is child safe and non toxic. How great is that?

We know there's tons of musical instruments out there for children, but this set will make your young musician enjoy hours of creative play.

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  • This xylophone is an excellent way to introduce your little one to the world of sound and rhythm.
  • Sit on the floor with your toddler and let him/her explore the instrument on their own to see what he/she can do with it and see what sounds it makes.
  • Use words to describe the different sounds each key makes – this key is higher, this one is louder.
  • Ask him about the different colors of the keys. Where is the green key?
  • Play Simon Says and hit 2 or 3 keys yourself then have him/her hit the same keys in the same order. When he/she gets better have him/her try to play a tune on the radio.
  • Add some more instruments! Your child can improve his/her social skills by making a band with friends and putting on a concert. They can use costumes to dress-up and parade around the house in their own marching band.
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards

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