Stacking Music Set
Jam on with this Stacking Music set by Hape. The different boxes are loaded with musical fun and activities for toddlers to explore melody and rhythm. Brightly coloured sides make this an eye catcher which hold little one's attention, while the parents appreciate the heirloom quality, classic toy feel.
5 musical blocks (a drum, a xylophone, a rattle, a scratch board and a mini-gong) | 1 drumstick
SKILLS AND DEVELOPMENT
The set is a perfect toy for all the young musicians to introduce them to the delights of making music. A real musical instrument for perfect tones. This music set includes five beautiful wooden blocks and a drumstick for the best music making. Each block has a different musical instrument to tingle your little one’s senses! Let kids explore their inner musician on their terms. Musical play has been proven to ignite learning in all areas, including motor skills, social-emotional skills, language development, and more.
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 ears. Your little one won't even know they're practicing, and when a toddler is engaged and happy, so are their caregivers! This learning and development toy is great for teaching children about rhythm, and developing hand-eye coordination and hearing. Toddler chooses the box to play with, watches and uses the stick to create different sounds and then listens to their creation of melody and rhythm.
Manipulate & Handle
Besides making wonderful music and explore melody and rhythm, tots can stack the differently sized blocks in any way they see fit. By stacking up or rearranging each musical block, kids will learn about shapes and space. Stacking also improves dexterity, hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and develop tot's natural abilities. This musical toy set can be easily carried around to accompany your child on all his or her ventures, thanks to the handle and stick storage design.
With emerging language skills, walking, and the ability to stay on task for longer periods of time, 18-24 months old toddlers are physically much more engaged with music than infants. Now, the pitch of their vocalizations start to reflect the songs they are singing. Their vocalizations will change from being monotone in to including high and low notes. Rhythmically, they will often dance and play instruments with a strong sense of beat, but that beat will usually be unrelated to the music they are listening to. Later on, toddlers will begin to create music with some accuracy without live or recorded musical support. Children exhibiting this behavior are beginning to audiate. Audiation is the ability to hear and understand music when the sound isn’t physically present. Audiation is to music what thinking is to language.
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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