Schoenhut Schoenhut 30 Key Red Fancy Baby Grand Piano

Your little one will love the Schoenhut 30 Key Red Fancy Baby Grand Piano - and so will you. It'll promote eye-hand coordination and develops musical creativity. Kids love the classic "Schoenhut Sound," which is created by small hammers str...iking metal rods to create chime-like tones. The patented Schoenhut learning system is also included. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$19.49 at Target

This band-in-a-box is a great way to introduce your child to a variety of instruments. The set encourages social interaction and r...hythm and is a great way for groups of children to play together. Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 3 Years and UpNumber of Pieces: 5 Includes: Xylophone, Kazoo, Triangle, Castanets, Jingle StickMaterial: Metal, WoodProduct Weight: 3.0 Lb.Warranty Description: 30 Day Limited Manufacturer Warranty Read More

Schoenhut
$24.99 at Target

This beautiful, child-sized melodica is a smaller version of our three-octave 37-key model. It is played by blowing into a special...ly designed mouthpiece, resulting in rich, captivating tones as notes are tapped on the keyboard. Musicians consider the melodica's sound a great mix of woodwind and key instruments. Chords, single notes, sharps and flats may be played on two full octaves (25 keys). So versatile and easy to play, music teachers often use them for lessons in theory, harmony, and chord formation. In addition, the sound blends beautifully with other instruments. A flexible tube allows the keyboard to be played horizontally on a table, or may be held in the traditional manner. Easily portable, making it perfect for travel, fun to play, and inexpensively priced. Ages: 6 Years and up Includes: Mouthpiece, Flex Tube, and Carrying Case Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 3 Years and UpNumber of Pieces: 3Includes: Carrying CaseMaterial: PlasticProduct Weight: 3.0 Lb.Warranty Description: 30 Day Limited Manufacturer WarrantyAssembly Details: assembly required Read More

Schoenhut
$115.98 $147.99 at Hayneedle

Give your child an appreciation for music at an early age with the Schoenhut 25 Key Black Elite Spinet Piano. Little ones love the... sound of the piano's hammers striking metal strings to create mesmerizing chime-like tones. The width of the keys promotes proper finger placement enabling an easy transition to a larger piano. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$22.99 at Target

Introduce your child to percussion instruments with this band-in-a-box set. It includes a tambourine, maracas, a triangle and bell...s, making it great for multiple users. These instruments encourage learning rhythm and social interaction in group settings. Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 3 Years and UpNumber of Pieces: 4Includes: Tambourine, Maracas, Triangle, BellsMaterial: Metal, WoodProduct Weight: 3.0 Lb.Warranty Description: 30 Day Limited Manufacturer Warranty Read More

Schoenhut
$64.00 $88.99 at Hayneedle

Even if your little one doesn't grow up to be a concert pianist, music helps the brain learn and grow faster. Stimulate this growt...h with the Schoenhut 25 Key Red My First Piano II. Playing this piano will help develop hand-eye coordination and promote all sorts of creativity. Lovely chime-like notes are produced by little hammers striking steel music rods. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$110.98 $147.99 at Hayneedle

Your little one will love the Schoenhut 30 Key Red Fancy Baby Grand Piano - and so will you. It'll promote eye-hand coordination a...nd develops musical creativity. Kids love the classic "Schoenhut Sound," which is created by small hammers striking metal rods to create chime-like tones. The patented Schoenhut learning system is also included. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$202.99 at Target

Add an elegant touch to your home's décor with the Schoenhut concert grand piano. It's designed for children and is a miniature re...plica of a full-size grand piano. This piano comes with Schoenhut's patented learning system - a play-by-color teaching method that make learning more fun. The mahogany kids' musical instrument is recommended for children ages 3 years and up. Inspired by the beauty of a full-size concert grand, Schoenhut offers this exquisite miniature replicaComplete with opening top to release the lovely chime-like tones, this smaller version is designed for a child with serious musical aspirationsChromatically tuned, the lovely chime-like notes are produced by little hammers striking precision-ground German steel music rodsSchoenhut's patented learning system, with its play-by-color teaching method, makes playing simple and funFor ages 3?9 yrs. maximum weight limit: 250 lbs.Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 3 Years and UpNumber of Pieces: 11Product Weight: 32.0 Lb.Assembly Details: adult assembly required Read More

Schoenhut
$34.99 at Amazon

The Twinkle Tunes Piano Book by Jaymar will provide hours of musical fun for toddlers and young children.

Schoenhut
$124.99 $155.00 at Wayfair

The award winning Fancy Baby Grand Piano is elegantly designed, yet durable and sturdy. An easy to understand play-by-color teachi...ng method and included song book combine to create a fantastic patentedlearning system, designed to build a child's confidence and develop basic playing skills. With a beautiful design and education function, the Fancy Baby Grand Piano is a must have in any home! Features: Ideal for ages 3 and up Thirty key, two and a half-octave keyboard Chromatically tuned using little hammers striking precision-ground German steel music rods Enhances memorization and musical note reading skills Adult-sized keys help child learn proper ''finger stretch'' No tuning necessary Awarded ''Smart Play-Smart Toy'' by Dr. Toy Available separately in Black, White, and Red Song book included High-gloss Pink finish Removable color strip fits behind keys for play-by-color teaching method Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 19.25 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 19.88 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 20.5 Inches Overall Product Weight: 23 Pounds Special Offer: 51 Issues of Billboard Magazine Included with your purchase - a $10 value (Subscription and Rebate Info) Read More

Schoenhut
$51.99 $53.29 at Wayfair

The Melodica Keyboard is an ideal instrument to teach young minds harmony, chord formation, music theory, and singing. With just a... little practice, your children will be making beautiful, rich toned music with their Melodica Keyboards. Little ones will love this sweet-sounding instrument and can take it wherever they go to perform concerts on the go! Features: Black Thirty-seven key, three-octave keyboard Tonal range from F through F Specially designed mouthpiece Portable Deluxe carrying case Show Additional Info Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 6 Inches Overall Width - Side to Side: 3 Inches Overall Depth - Front to Back: 21 Inches Read More

Schoenhut
$115.98 $147.99 at Hayneedle

Give your child an appreciation for music at an early age with the Schoenhut 25 Key Black Elite Spinet Piano. Little ones love the... sound of the piano's hammers striking metal strings to create mesmerizing chime-like tones. The width of the keys promotes proper finger placement enabling an easy transition to a larger piano. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$64.00 $88.99 at Hayneedle

Even if your little one doesn't grow up to be a concert pianist, music helps the brain learn and grow faster. Stimulate this growt...h with the Schoenhut 25 Key Red My First Piano II. Playing this piano will help develop hand-eye coordination and promote all sorts of creativity. Lovely chime-like notes are produced by little hammers striking steel music rods. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Zither Heaven
$28.38 $32.25 at Hayneedle

Ideal for beginners, the Zither Heaven 8-Note Thumb Piano is a fun way to learn the diatonic scale and familiarize yourself with c...hords. The thumb piano is played by holding down a key and then releasing it; the vibration resonates in the wooden body to create a great sound. Beginners will love the simplicity of playing the thumb piano. About Zither Heaven Zither Heaven is dedicated to producing high quality musical instruments in the United States, using sustainable, native North American hardwoods, along with other components that are made in the USA. Their commitment to quality and precision produces great-sounding musical instruments for both children and adults. Since Zither is involved in the production of their products at every stage, and by producing locally, they are able to guarantee satisfaction with their products. Read More

Schoenhut
$110.98 $147.99 at Hayneedle

Your little one will love the Schoenhut 30 Key Red Fancy Baby Grand Piano - and so will you. It'll promote eye-hand coordination a...nd develops musical creativity. Kids love the classic "Schoenhut Sound," which is created by small hammers striking metal rods to create chime-like tones. The patented Schoenhut learning system is also included. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$120.00 $153.99 at Hayneedle

Whether child or adult, every piano player will love the Schoenhut 25 Key Red Traditional Spinet Piano. This piano was actually th...e first toy piano to be played at Carnegie Hall Schoenhuts. Beautiful melodic tones are produced by little hammers striking steel music rods, creating that classic Schoenhut sound. Great for beginners or children who already have a knowledge of piano. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$58.98 $84.99 at Hayneedle

Is your child a little Mozart in the making? The Schoenhut 18 Key White Mini Grand Piano is perfect for developing a strong musica...l affinity in any child. This vibrant white piano is great for beginning musicians because it promotes eye-hand coordination and develops musical creativity. Kids love the classic "Schoenhut Sound," which is created by small hammers striking metal rods to create chime-like tunes. The one-and one-half-octave span of full-width keys provides a good foundation for the transition to a larger model. The patented Schoenhut learning system is also included. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$224.99 $319.99 at Hayneedle

The Schoenhut 37 Key White Day Care Durable Piano is designed to withstand a busy, raucous environment. This piano is built of sol...id maple and one-half inch birch plywood to endure the rough-and-tumble daycare life. The keyboard is almost half the size of a full-size piano, allowing plenty of room for little hands. Lovely chime-like notes are produced by little hammers striking steel music rods. The width of the keys promotes proper finger placement enabling an easy transition to a larger piano. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$24.99 $35.99 at Hayneedle

Start their musical journey with the Schoenhut 12 Note Flag Thumb Piano. This ultra-portable and introductory instrument is made f...rom an acoustic composite and wood. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhurt began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$99.99 $147.99 at Hayneedle

Give your child an appreciation for music at an early age with the Schoenhut 25 Key Mahogany Elite Spinet Piano. Little ones love ...the sound of the piano's hammers striking metal strings to create mesmerizing chime-like tones. The width of the keys promotes proper finger placement enabling an easy transition to a larger piano. About SchoenhutThe Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

Schoenhut
$111.98 $147.99 at Hayneedle

Includes Schoenhut's patented Learning System Full-width keys to prepare for larger pianos Recommended for ages 3 to 6 years Craft...ed of hardwood Beautiful pink finish Bench dimensions: 11L x 7W x 8H inches Piano dimensions: 20L x 20W x 21H inches What's Included Piano, BenchDescription The Schoenhut 30 Key Pink Classic Baby Grand Piano is a beautiful instrument any child will love! This miniature pink piano is perfect for cultivating a love of music at a young age. This piano has an elegant appearance, with graceful spindle legs crafted of durable hardwood. The piano makes lovely chime-like tunes, thanks to the hammer-on-metal action within the piano. The two-and one-half-octave span of full-width keys provides a good foundation for the transition to a larger model. This piano also comes with a bench and lesson plan. About Schoenhut The Schoenhut story begins in the 1800s, when a young Albert Schoenhut began to build toy pianos in his Wurtenberg, Germany home. Born into a toy-making family, Schoenhut knew his way around a piano at a young age. By the time he was 23, he had already founded the Schoenhut Piano Company. The business started with just pianos, but grew to include a variety of instruments. When Schoenhut died in 1912, his company was the largest toy-maker in the United States. Today, the company is owned by Len and Renee Trinca. In addition with Schoenhut's original designs, Len has designed and crafted new prototypes to add to the company's line. Every product is guaranteed to bring 100 percent satisfaction, it's the Schoenhut promise. Read More

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