Small fingers, big sounds! Thanks to the patented Touch Cap technology, even light touches are enough to play notes on the Magic Touch Deluxe Piano. The interactive wooden piano does not require any keys or buttons and has two octaves. The six sheets of music that are included can be used to practice playing independently, while the stored melodies invite you to listen. The piano has two playing modes and two different volume levels. For children 6 months and over.
with the Notes & Keys™ Magic Touch™ Keyboard from Baby Einstein. Made with award-winning Magic Touch technology, this wooden toy puts music at baby’s fingertips… with no buttons or keys required! The portable design of this keyboard toy makes it easy to bring self-expression wherever you go, and it stows neatly away when not in use. The musical possibilities are endless in Freeplay mode, and baby can switch between piano, xylophone, hip hop and drum sounds. Our Play Assist technology helps baby discover a new song by following the lights, and Silly Mode activates sound effects galore. This developmental toddler toy introduces color and music notes while exploring cause and effect through sound. Your budding musician will be amazed at the way their fingers or toes can make music happen with just a tap!
Xylophone. Made of wood, this twist on a classic toy plays real music using the same innovative Magic Touch technology found on the award winning Baby Einstein™ Magic Touch Piano. Two modes of play encourage development of fine motor skills as baby practices tapping out new tunes. In Instructor mode, she’ll discover new songs as she follows colored lights that show the next note in the song to tap. Or she’ll focus on moving to her own groove in Freestyle mode. With a push of the blue button, this toddler toy gives baby the power to be the star of her own show. The 30+ melodies and sounds means she’ll spend hours identifying new rhythms and patterns. This instrument isn’t just made for music; it’s a powerful developmental toy! Volume control can help you turn things down when your little one plays long after the encore.