Not everyone has space to house an upright piano in their home, but that doesn’t mean that children should miss out on the opportunity to learn to play the piano. Learning how to play an instrument has been linked to better academic performance. These days, keyboards come in a variety of sizes and styles — making them ideal for a wide age range of children.
We like that this kids’ keyboard comes with a power adapter but can also run on six AA batteries so you can use it on the go. You’ll even get 60 demo songs and a microphone jack.
Children will love that this kids’ keyboard comes with a detachable microphone, a record playback function, eight tones, eight rhythms, 11 demo songs and four percussion options.
This 37-key kids’ keyboard includes eight tones, eight rhythms, three demo songs, four percussion options, four animal sounds, volume and tempo controls and a microphone.
We love that this kids’ keyboard is packed with features that include demo songs, percussion tones, a microphone and an audio-out jack. It’s the perfect starter piano for toddlers and preschool kids.
We like that this is a colorful kids’ keyboard with 49 keys. Along with playing music you get eight different tones, six demo songs and a built-in speaker.
Whether your child already loves making music or you simply want to introduce them to it, these keyboards are a great way to get your child interested in key musical concepts. These toys are fun ways to help children understand things like tempo, key and notes.
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