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Exposing your little tyke to a kids keyboard meant exposing him or her to possibly the easiest way to teach kids - through music. In the same way that a 3-year-old kid is attracted to the sound of bells from the ice cream truck, so would the same interest be piqued upon hearing sound from the kids keyboard.

Now why a kids keyboard? A kid learning by listening to music does not learn as fast as that kid learning by playing the keyboard itself. This is why some toy keyboards emerged for kids younger than 3 years. Ever read about the kids keyboard in mat form? These items would produce sounds or tunes depending on which “key” on the mat did the kid step on. Other kids find it easier to use their hands and touch this kind of kids keyboard to learn new tunes.



A kids keyboard in mat form is not too thin to have a little space for the 3 x AA batteries. Most kids keyboards are battery-operated. The mat version of the kids keyboard is no exception. Then again they are thin enough to be folded away. The highly recommended kind of kids keyboard are the ones that have the option to be hung by the wall. Kids again will have the opportunity to play with it if they can reach it with their hands.

Now the other kind of kids keyboard is the one that resembles an actual keyboard played by live bands. Except that it is a lot more colorful. Some versions even have images of animals or cartoon characters printed on the sticker. Smaller than the mat version, it is not too small that kids cannot play the keys. Now your kid may only play with this kind of kids keyboard once he or she is older than 3 years of age. On the other hand, after that age, they must have outgrown the mat version to move on to the mini-keyboard version.

Now this is the time when kids start remembering sounds. They grasp the tunes previously learned from their previous version of the kids keyboard. Other kids keyboard then decided to include kid-friendly sheet music for these toddlers to play with. By this time, you as a parent end up learning new tunes with your kid. Now that both of you have a sheet music to refer to when trying to play the kids keyboard, you learn and enjoy together.

This variant of a kids keyboard is also battery-operated. Just check the settings and manual in the box. It might not be 3 x AA battery-operated like some variants of the mat version. Adult supervision is highly recommended as this toy is not put in the mouth. It’s purely for the hands. And this might be one of the first toys that your kid will play not only for the sake of playing but for the sake of learning music.

Progress in your kids’ earliest version of music education starts once he or she can play “Baa Baa Black Sheep” or “Mary Had A Little Lamb” by themselves. It is an achievement best seen after giving them a kids keyboard.

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