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Musical Lili Llama

Jam on with the Musical Lili Llama from Manhattan Toy. This llama is loaded with musical fun and activities for toddlers.
The bright colors and whimsical graphics instantly capture and hold little one's attention, while the parents appreciate the heirloom quality, classic toy feel.


5-bar xylophone | 1 maraca tail | 2 clacking saddle blankets | 2 wooden mallets


Manhattan Toy


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Touch, Watch & Hear

Musical instrument toy includes: guiro-like notches, 5-bar xylophone, 2 clacking saddle blankets that double as drums and detachable wooden mallets on the head. Other activities include spinning gears and blocks. The tail of this wood llama can be removed and double as a maraca.
The toy is packed full of auditory cause and effect learning and fine motor skill activities, specially designed for little hands and ears .Your little one won't even know they're practicing, and when a toddler is engaged and happy, so are their caregivers!

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The musical llama is loaded with plenty of auditory and visual fun for kiddos. Instinctively, youngsters will want to begin exercising his or her hand-eye coordination to produce noise. This playful wood activity toy is great for introducing little ones to music and for fostering motor development and auditory stimulation.
Musical play has been proven to ignite learning in all areas, including motor skills, social-emotional skills, language development, and more. While it may not always be music to your ears, it surely will be to theirs!

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Learning & Education

Music ignites all areas of child development and skills for school readiness, including intellectual, social-emotional, motor, language, and overall literacy. It helps the body and the mind work together. Dancing to music helps children build motor skills while allowing them to practice self-expression.
The key to toddler music is repetition, which encourages language and memorization. Silly songs make toddlers laugh. Try singing a familiar song and inserting a silly word in the place of the correct word, like “Mary had a little spider” instead of lamb. Let children reproduce rhythms by clapping or tapping objects.



Just as taste, textures and colors aid a child’s sensory development, so does music. Exposing your child to different types of music can help create more pathways between the cells in their brains. This effect increases even more when you link music to different activities such as dancing or playing music.

This product is a toy. Check the toy each time before use. Dispose of it at the first sign of any damage or fragility- inform YaYa's costumer service. Adult supervision recommended. Keep away from fire. Colours and contents may vary.
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