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Musical play for small children is less about actual music, and more about experimentation: what sound do I get when I shake this rattle, or press this button, or twang this string? The Mirari Pop Pop Piano from Lauri rewards this experimentation with delightful sound effects and an even better visual effect: colorful stars that pop up every time you press a piano key!
The Mirari Pop Pop Piano has two audio modes: classical piano tones, and silly sound effects (boings, clangs, giggles, and more). Every time you press a piano key, a star pops up and rattles against the plastic dome – it might fall back into the same pipe, or not. For even more fun, you can remove the dome, so the stars are launched around the room; kids love chasing them around and finding them, and it’s a great way to encourage babies to practice crawling!
Because the Mirari Pop Pop Piano offers so many ways to play, it’s engaging for a wide range of ages, and it’s fun for kids to play with together, or for parents to play with along with their child. This baby toy combines cause-and-effect play, musical play, physical play, social play, and more; older kids especially like trying to match the stars to the pipes of the right color, and many kids make up their own games. And the design is simple and lovely – you won’t feel like you need to hide the Pop Pop Piano away when guests come over!
The Lauri Mirari Pop Pop Piano is suggested for ages 12 months and up; measures 9” x 11” x 5 ¾”; requires 3 AA batteries, included.
fun, engaging, multi sensory, appropriate at numerous developmental stages.
This toy has provided an almost embarrassing amount of entertainment in my house. I and my friends (who have approximately twenty graduate degrees between us) have had hours of spine-tingling, toe curling fun from this Pop-pop perfection. We have shamelessly pushed, pounded and popped these colorful keys until bells, whistles, and giggles sounded in our ears, and colorful stars graced (nay, haunted) our dreams. My one year old daughter also enjoys the toy.