Product Description: Bravo! A whole symphony of musical bath toys...for less! This floating Tub Tunes(R) instrument set includes a toy xylophone with mallets, five water flutes (to play together or individually), and water drum with drumstick. Includes laminated sheet music, so kids can stick it to the tub wall and follow along. And how cool: you fill the flutes and drum with water in order to "tune" them. Great pool toy, too. For ages 3 and up. These aren't just bath toys, they're real musical instruments that let kids experiment with songs, sounds, notes, and tempo Kid's foam xylophone includes 6 color-coded notes, mallets, and sheet music. Float it on the bath water, or stick to the tub wall and play. Toy xylophone measures 10"W x 4 1/2"D x 1/2"H. Fill each water flute as instructed to play a different note. Use them individually, or secure them in the holder to play a tune. Each bath flute measures 7 1/2"H x 1" in diameter; flute holder measures 5 3/4"W x 1 1/2"H. Floating water drum is a great coordination builder; 7 1/2"L drumsticks and rhythm chart included. 3 3/4"H; measures 7" in diameter at the base, tapering to 5 1/4" on top. Hand wash with mild soap and water
Amazon.com: Clear your throat and drink that honey-lemon tea: It's time to play Encore, the game of dueling larynxes. The goal is to come up with a song that contains particular words--and then sing lines from the song that contains those words. Here's how it works: The first team turns up a card featuring five words; the two teams then take turns singing at least six words of any song that contains one of those five. The round continues until one team is stumped, which, if the word is "love," could take a while. But repetition is not allowed, and for every "said" and "moon," there's a "highway" or "piano"--whaddya do when you've exhausted the Billy Joel songbook? And it's great to draw a lyric that's in a song title, but if you don't know five others that come after, you'll be like the player who drew "nice"; he spent the entire run of the sand timer with his shoulders hunched like Sinatra because he couldn't connect "and let's make all the stops along the way" with the song's title, "Nice 'N' Easy." Oh, and don't play Encore with Renaissance Faire actors--when they draw the word "lady," they'll come up with an inexhaustible supply of 15th-century madrigals. Only after they've won will you discover that they were all bogus. --Tony Mason
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Product Description: Vintage 1993 Piatnik Original Music Memo Game Number 7077. Rare. In Original Box with Instructions. Made in Austria. 72 Cards Depicting 36 Pictures, Plus Multilingual Information Booklet. Great Memory Development and Retention for Adults and Children of All Ages. In Original Box.
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Product Description: Top quality construction and accurate intonation. C-c range, each of the 8 metal bells are marked with the proper note and number to help children learn the musical scale. Five-inch handles make for easy playing.
Product Description: LeapFrog Learn & Groove Music Wand
LeapFrog Learn & Groove Music Wand is for all the little Mozarts. Add music and excitement to kids' lives. As children wave this wand, they take control over the music's tempo and add new sounds, creating their own masterpieces. Let children explore the world of music to enhance creativity.
Why You'll Love It: Specially made for little music lovers, it helps children create masterpieces worth cherishing.
Product Description: They'll feel the beat in their feet with this gigantic keyboard underfoot! Made of sturdy vinyl, it features 4 play modes: record, playback, demo and piano. Volume control, 10 pre-recorded demo tunes, 8 instrument sounds and automatic shut-off make this 71 L. x 29" W. keyboard hard to beat. Requires 4 "AA" batteries (not incl.). Ages 3 yrs. +. Sorry, no gift wrap or Express Delivery."
Amazon.com Review: This game is sort of like Twister meets Simon Says. Lay the Hullabaloo pads around on the floor about two 'kid's feet' away from each other. The pads are different shapes and colors and have pictures and words on them. Turn on the game console and the cheerful music begins, a happy voice welcomes you to the game and then gives the simple directions you'll need to play. "Jump on a square shape," "Slide over to a red shape," "Hop to a shape with an animal on it" and so on. Then it might tell you to freeze, or to put a body part on one pad, and then a different body part on another. Then, it'll tell you that if you are on a particular pad at the end of that round, you are the winner. We found it to be fun, and easy to understand--though we did wonder how long it might hold a child's interest. --Megan Sullivan More Details
Parenting Tip: Keep a box of musical objects and instruments in a corner of your gifted child's room or some other spot in your home. When your child is looking for something to do, he or she can find something in the box! Encourage your child to go to the music box to relieve stress, anxiety, or to express joy.
From the Manufacturer:
Take center stage with Konami's Karaoke Revolution! Turning the PlayStation 2 into the ultimate karaoke party machine, Karaoke Revolution is the only interactive karaoke game to score gamers on pitch and rhythm with a virtual audience reacting in real time to their performance. Designed for amateur singers of all ages and all levels of musical abilities, Karaoke Revolution brings the only interactive karaoke experience into the gamer's living room.
With more than 30 hit licensed songs from the 70's, 80's, 90's and today, gamers will have a chance to sing their way from small clubs to the ultimate concert venue when performing in "Showtime mode." For those pop stars that can't part with the mic, sing all night long in "Arcade mode" or "Karaoke mode."
Karaoke Revolution is a game for Playstation 2. If your child doesn't already have one, you can get one almost anywhere. Visit the Electronics pages at Gifts for Learning and find one there. Another really good Playstation 2 game is DDR (Dance Dance Revolution). It keeps kids moving, not just sitting in front of a game console, computer, or TV!