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Jamie wants to play guitar like Jimi Hendrix. Melissa wants to sing like Miley Cyrus. Vivian wants to play the violin, and Paul wants to play the piano. Not every kid with rock n’ roll dreams will make it to MTV or to Carnegie Hall, but every child can make some joyous noise with our assortment of musical instruments for kids. read more
If banging and clanging is more your style, we’ve got percussion galore: little drummer boys and girls can start out with the Melissa & Doug High Seas Symphony or the totally cool Boomwhackers Diatonic Set, and graduate to a real drum set from Schoenhut.
This beautifully-built xylophone encourages small kids to get playing. It is made of solid wood, is curved to allow easy gripping, and is dyed rich hues of color to charm even the shyest musician into creating music.
The Bontempi Silver Saxophone from Original Toy Company has color-coded keys that let kids play actual songs without a single lesson – each key is a note, making it simple to play the songs right on the back of the box.
Your little musician will love this silver trumpet - and will likely prance around the house improvising like a mini Miles Davis. The trumpet has four color coded valves that can play different notes.
Made with solid rubber wood and child-safe, water-based paints, Mr. Tambourine is a wonderful first percussion instrument for your child, with a delightful jangle and a drum head, too.
Remember the chiming music-box renditions of classic songs? The thrill of winding up your record player and watching it spin? You can share this good old-fashioned joy with your kids.
The round shape of this musical, fun Red Tambourine percussion instrument from Kid O, with its brightly colored geometric design, is easy to hold for young budding musicians.
Construction toy meets musical instrument with this bestselling, unique toy from the Italian company Quercetti. The Saxoflute is a 15-piece set of colorful pieces that connect to build a trumpet, horn, flute, saxophone, or even an entirely made-up instrument. The pieces can be connected in any which way, making this toy a great way to light up the imaginations of young kids.
This beautiful miniature piano will inspire creativity in any young maestro. The Grand Piano by Melissa and Doug features a lifting top with a safety hinge. It also comes with a sturdy, matching bench that offers no-tip comfort for kids.
This beginner keyboard for preschoolers gives kids plenty of sounds to play with, and lets them record their original compositions, too.
Kids use the mallet to pound or tap the wooden balls through the Early Melodies Pound & Tap Bench from Hape/Educo, and the balls make musical sounds as they roll down the 8-note metal xylophone.
The Kidz Gear Volume Limit Headphones for Kids are a serious sound solution: not only do they sound great, but they’re designed for comfort for a huge age range, and they’re even designed to protect your child’s hearing!
Do you have a toddler marching to his own beat? Get him the Flash Beat Drum by International Playthings, a much-loved first drum with colorful lights and 3 modes of play. It can be made to play background music, drum beats, or simply funny sounds that will have him in stitches. Also, as the Flash Beat Drum rolls on the floor, it plays music.
With its 3 strings, The Loog Guitar makes it easy for anyone to play guitar. Kids find themselves exploring the instrument and quickly learn where to place their fingers to create sounds they like. You can start with the short-scale model, recommended for kids ages 6 to 9, and when the little player is not that little any more, you can replace just the neck of the guitar without the need to buy a whole new instrument. Just replace the old short-scale neck for the new long-scale neck and you are ready to go. A smart buy for a smart kid!
Everything needed for a solo performance or to form a marching band. This musical set includes a tambourine, cymbals, maracas, clacker, tone blocks and a triangle! Ideal for involving preschoolers in the musical experience.
It’s never too early to get your child into music. This upright piano is a great place to start. It is brightly painted and has 25 keys and two full octaves so there is a whole range of notes to play. You also get an illustrated songbook and a teaching chart to help your child identify notes on the scale.
The Loog Kids’ Electric 3-String Guitar was created to make the process of learning to play as easy, instinctive, and organic as possible.
The Skip Hop Hedgehog Accordion baby toy provides delightful early cause-and-effect play for curious babies, with a sweet hedgehog face, a rubberized accordion body, rubberized details for teething, and sliding beads.
Talk into the ELC Sing Star Microphone and hear yourself turn into a singing star!
Have hours of big musical fun with this GIANT vinyl piano mat!
This rocking red guitar from HaPe gives a robust sound, revealing the high-quality craftsmanship which went into the creation of this child sized instrument for your aspiring musicians.
The Jumbo Jamboree elephant toy plays his instruments when pushed along. When you separate his body parts, you can play each instrument by itself.
The Rock and Roll It Drum Kit offers many percussion features in a small package that rolls up for easy storage. With multiple drum sounds, a record/playback feature, demos and instrumental tracks, hi hat and bass drum pedals, audio input/output (for headphones or an external speaker), and a pair of drumsticks, you have so many options right at your fingertips.