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User Review for Mountain Boy Sledworks Butterfly Wagon
We got our Butterfly Wagon in early April, and my 3 and 5 year olds refuse to go anywhere without it. The seat backs are tilted, so they are actually comfy for the kids. The wagon is solid and well-built, and took about 10 minutes to assemble. Everywhere we go it turns heads -- who has ever seen a wagon this beautiful?
User Review for Melissa & Doug Folding Medieval Castle
Although this is an extremely early Christmas list buy, i am so happy the way it looks. It is very sturdy. The only assembly is to set the tall tower part into the nested spot, or it can be used as a separate guard shack and the string for the draw bridge you will have to tie off yourself, which is easy as pie. It comes shrink wrapped and is well packaged. i think i am more happy then he will be. My son is 8 and this will more than outlast his imagination. :)
User Review for Step2 Naturally Playful Lookout Treehouse
Really well made! It assembles in minutes (except for the periscope but we left that off till our daughter was closer to 2.) We got it when she was 15 months and it is still going string and is fun for 3+ yr olds. Great indoor exercise toy. Step 2 is usually made in the USA but you should double check if that is a criterion.
User Review for Melissa & Doug Abby & Emma Magnetic Dress-Up Set
This is the perfect present for my 5 year old granddaughter to play with along with her 7 year old sister! One is blond and the other brunette just like the dolls.
User Review for Step2 Art Master Activity Desk
I ordered this desk after researching all the options and this turned out to be exactly what we needed to contain all our messy art materials. My almost 4 year old LOVES to paint, and I want to encourage it, but I'm also a stickler for neatness. He is proud to have his own desk, and has no problem understanding that this is where the painting happens. It is also very easy to put together (I did it myself...holes are predrilled) and clean up.
Musical instruments encourage expression within a child and provide a skill which the child will cherish for life. Children picking up musical instruments at a young age are more likely to stick with the instrument into their adulthood, even if that means starting out with a musical toy. Children's musical instruments are becoming more and more like adults'.
One of the great things about music is that it is a universal language. Children from around the world all understand the language of music. Playing musical instruments at a young age will help the child in future learning endeavors. The ability to read and recognize notes will help a child in reading. Whether its musical toys or pianos, musical instruments are a fun way of passing the time.
Music is important for a growing child. Studies have shown that learning music can actually make a child smarter. When your child learns a musical instrument not only do they learn how to make tunes but it also enhances other capabilities of their brain, as well. Learning a musical instrument involves interrupting musical notes and symbols that the brain sees to form melodies. Music-making helps enhance the brain's “hard-wiring” for the ability to transform objects in space and time.
BabyAge offers all different kinds of musical instruments that your child can learn. For the little rocker in your life, get them the Today's Tot Musical Discovery 3 Piece Jr. Drum Set. This set has everything your little one will need to become the world's next best drummer. The Drum Set includes 3 drums, a cymbal, stool and drumsticks.
Or try the Melissa & Doug Grand Piano. This piano will teach your child a wide range of notes and the helpful color-coded key chart will help them learn a musical scale. From Chopin to Chopsticks, your child's confidence will grow with this instrument.
We have a wide variety of musical instruments and toys for you to choose from. Now, sit back and get ready for the show to begin.