Retro Music Box Record Player

A colorful and enjoyable way to stimulate a toddler's natural sense of rhythm. A wonderful introduction to music-making for young children! Originally introduced in 1971, this endearing classic comes with 5 'playable' records for a total of 10 classic songs. Songs Include: Jack and Jill; Humpty Dumpty; Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star; Au Clair De La Lune; London Bridge; Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone; Children's Marching Song; Camptown Races; Hickory, Dickory, Dock; The Farmer in the Dell.

PIECE COUNT

1 music box | 5 double-sided records

MANUFACTURER

Pisher price

SKILLS AND DEVELOPMENT

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Music

Colorful and unique design that increase toddler's attention. Toddler will love strumming away on their musical toy and exploring the magical world of music while you sit back and admire their musical masterclass! Musical play has been proven to ignite learning in all areas, including motor skills, social-emotional skills, language development, and more.

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Touch, Watch & Hear

The toy is packed full of auditory cause and effect learning and fine motor skill activities, specially designed for little hands and use and little ears to listen. The toy helps promote the little one's logic, hand-eye coordination and encourages little ones to learn about action and reaction. Musical toys are great for teaching children about rhythm, and hearing.

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Manipulate & Handle

The box and records are easy for tot to hold. With this toy, toddler will benefit from improved rhythmic skills, sound recognition, dexterity, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and develop his natural abilities. This enchanting music box is as fun and easy as ever for kids to use—just wind it up, put on a record and explore the mechanics of the player as they sing along!

GALLERY

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EXPERT OPINION

Just as taste, textures and colours 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. Music encourages children’s inclination to move, developing their fine motor skills and gross motor skills. Plus, if the rhythm is very entertaining, you may even notice your toddler starting to jump up and down, which helps with their muscle development, strength and balance.

REMEMBER:
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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