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My First Xylophone & Piano

From 12 months


  • Xylophone-Piano educates kids about colours, shapes and music with an all-in-one design.
  • Make music by pressing the wooden puzzle pieces, or by hitting the xylophone.
  • Develops dexterity and an appreciation of sounds.

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Product number: E0334


My First Xylophone & Piano

Article nr.: E0334
Is it a piano? A puzzle? Or a xylophone? Actually, this musical toy is all three, in one simple and colourful design. Use it as a musical toy or as a puzzle for kids to teach them about shapes, colours and sounds, all while having a total blast.


  • PLAY THE BLUES, REDS AND YELLOWS: This colourful and multi-purpose toy improves hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.
  • SHAPE SORTER: Learn about colours and shapes while making a beautiful tune.
  • BUILT TO LAST: The wooden puzzle pieces and xylophone are made from sturdy wood and iron, so you can be sure there will be plenty of encores.

Play tips

Help your mini maestro make music by pressing the puzzle pieces, or by hitting the colourful xylophone with the red mallet to play the melody “Do, Re, Mi, Fa, So” - a song with five simple notes. This will help develop their timing and sense of rhythm, while also gaining confidence from learning a tune.

Warning notice

WARNING: Do not use close to the ear! Misuse may cause damage to hearing. This toy meets the European and American safety standards EN 71 and ASTM F963. Remove the packaging material before you give the toy to your child. Please keep all the relevant information for future reference. Decorations and colors may vary!

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