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Have Fun with These Kid Piano Keyboards

Portrait of pretty little girl having piano lesson at modern white e-piano at home

When your child is first learning to play the piano, it’s not always necessary to invest in an upright model. While upright pianos definitely look nicer, they’re not always practical in smaller homes. A piano keyboard still gives your child the tools they need to practice and reap the educational benefits of learning to play an instrument while acting as a space-saver that can be easily stowed away when not in use.

We like that this kid’s piano keyboard also comes with a built-in teaching app to help them learn to play the piano. It’s preloaded with 30 songs to help them practice.

You’ll like that this kid’s piano keyboard can be powered either through three AA batteries or with a USB power cord. It measures 16.9 inches long, 6.3 inches wide and 2.1 inches high.

As if that’s not enough, this kid’s piano keyboard comes pre-programmed with six demo songs and 24 sounds and rhythms. You’ll also like that this is a rechargeable keyboard.

This fun kid’s piano keyboard toy from VTech comes with more than 40 songs and sound effects across a range of genres. The keyboard even lights up to keep little ones engaged.

This model is USB-powered, which makes it fairly portable. The smaller dimensions make it perfect for storing in a kid’s room.

Expert Commentary

Learning how to play the piano can be challenging but rewarding, provided your children have a good instrument. Having an easily accessible piano keyboard right at home is a great way to encourage your kids to appreciate music through practice. These piano keyboards also have additional features that make learning more fun and engaging for kids of any age.

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Melissa Spurling

Melissa holds a doctorate in pharmacy and is a home educator, co-teaching a high school chemistry class and a primary school class. Having taught two of her own children to read, write and traverse Singapore Math, Melissa has spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours researching and testing curriculum.


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