|Product Type: Piano||Age Range: 3 - 5 Years|
|Gender: Boy; Girl||Age Start: 4 Years; 3 Years|
|Age End: And Up|
Questions & Answers
Melissa and Doug Learn-to-Play Piano Music Toy
Piano Music Toy
A from Arkansas
The piano music toy was slightly expensive but it was the best deal I could find. It is a great quality and it just what I was expecting to receive.
She Loves It!
Judy from O Fallon, MO– Verified Buyer
Only reason I'm not giving 5 stars is we need to see how well it holds up as my one year old grand daughter grows. Shipped just fine, all keys play fine and are in tune/tone as you would expect. Lots of fun! The adults liked having the two octaves of notes and showed off their piano skills at the birthday party, playing every song in the book that came with it. It should be the perfect little way to start learning.
Durable and cute
Grandma Cmae from Tacoma, WA– Verified Buyer
This was purchased for an active 3 year old grandson. I saw it for the first time, after 3 months of use. It still looks new. Crayon marks came off easily with a used dryer sheet. Paint quality is excellent. I expect it to stand up to his active use.
Awesome Fantastic Piano for Kids
snickelfrittzz from MN– Verified Buyer
Exactly what I wanted my grandchildren love it.
my kids love it (2 yrs and 6 months old)
Stevenda from Colorado– Verified Buyer
The color-coded keys help our 2-year-old learn how to follow the songbook and play actual songs. It is also low enough to the ground and durable enough for our 6-month-old to enjoy it also. He just likes to make noise!
Not too happy about keys...
Ang the painter from Greenville, SC– Verified Buyer
I was disappointed that some of the keys are so hard to press and get a sound out of, others are easy, like all of them should be. Sound quality isn't a huge issue because it is after all a toy... but it'd be nice if every 3rd or 4th key weren't stuck or nearly silent. That kind of defeats the purpose of buying the child a piano! Maybe we got a dud, but if they're all like that, I wouldn't recommend this product, and would go for a $40 electronic that would at least give an easy enough sound for every key.
Barb from Covington, IN– Verified Buyer
Bought for a birthday present for a child. Construction was important to me.
Great Beginner Piano
Dad of a roughhouse kid from Daly City, CA– Verified Buyer
Great toy. Keys are sticky though. Excellent for rough kids.
The almost perfect gift
The pianist in search of a miniature from Chicago, IL– Verified Buyer
The piano is a perfect size and was the favorite birthday gift of the party. However, to me, a pianist, it sounded too shrill, too tinny of a tone. I was hoping for a better sound. The birthday girl, however, was well pleased.
Learn To Play Piano
Grandma Judy from Millinocket, ME– Verified Buyer
I hadn't expected a concert grand, and I certainly wasn't bothered by the rather tinny sound of this piano. I'd just suggest that if a buyer is looking for a pleasing chime-like sound, wait until the child is much older and buy a "big people's" piano. For the young child who isn't concerned about sound quality but wants to make "music," this piano is the ticket. I especially like the sturdy construction and bright colors.
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