Best Musical Instruments for Kids TechnoBuffalo 2021

Our hand-picked selection of children's musical instruments and toys will contribute to your child's development by encouraging creativity and concentration, as well as improve your child's motor skills, hand-eye coordination and sense of rhythm. Letting kids be musical is one of the greatest gifts we can give them. Babies respond to music even when in the womb, so it's never too early to encourage musical play. We have found a range of musical playthings that are suitable for as young as three months old, so stick your fingers in your ears and take a look.

Halilit Tambourine

Tambourine Man: Edushape Halilit Toddler Tambourine

Easy for small hands to hold and play, this brightly coloured tambourine is safe for babies 12 months and over. It features a protective cover to prevents the jingles from being accessed by little fingers — or teeth. It's lightweight and durable.

£7 at Amazon
RockJam Keyboard

Piano Man: RockJam Portable Electronic Keyboard with Interactive LCD Screen

Older kids will love this keyboard with its 54 full-size keys, 100 sound effects, 100 rhythms, and record and playback functionality. The JoyTunes Simply Piano companion app offers tutorials and song lessons for musical edutainment.

£46 at Amazon
Hape Flower Power Guitar

Anyone Can Play Guitar: Hape Kid's Flower Power First Musical Guitar

With a nod to the swinging Sixties, this fun guitar/ukulele is a great starting point for aspiring string strummers. Suitable for ages three and upwards, this measures a manageable 26 inches in length and has finger-friendly nylon strings.

£33 at Amazon

Boogie Child

Our favorite, the Hape Kid's Flower Power First Musical Guitar is an excellent way for your little musical genius to learn their first instrument. It even comes with friendly nylon strings!

If you're looking for something musical for a younger child, consider the child-safe Edushape Halilit Toddler Tambourine with its covered jingles.

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