Hape Pound & Tap Bench with Slide Out Xylophone. Hape’s Pound and Tap Bench with Slide Out Xylophone is a multifunctional musical delight and sound experience for toddlers.
Toddlers ages 12 months to 3 years can explore different notes and sounds by letting the balls fall on the keys or slide out the xylophone to create their own unique sound with a wooden mallet.
This musical instrument allows for different sounds and melodies making it the ideal introduction to the exciting world of music for your child.
Develop Your Child’s Motor Skills
This wooden toy not only gives toddlers an early music education, but develops important motor skills as well.
It develops hand-eye coordination, promotes dexterity, and manipulation.
It also introduces problem-solving skills of logic, matching, spatial relationships, critical thinking and understanding of cause and effect.
Pound and Tap Bench Material and Finishes
Hape’s musical toy has well-polished surfaces, round edges and sturdy materials to ensure the toy is safe for your child and able to withstand years of pounding and tapping.
This musical delight is finished with non-toxic water paint decorated with bright rainbow colours and shapes for your child to enjoy.
Hape Pound & Tap Bench with Slide Out Xylophone
- MULTIFUNCTIONAL MUSICAL INSTRUMENT: This kids xylophone can be played in variety of ways. The kids can fetch balls as pounding sends the balls tinkling over or they can pull out the keyboard and xylophone and play a solo
- FINE MOTOR SKILLS DEVELOPMENT: Promotes dexterity, hand eye coordination, manipulation, arm movement, cause and effect
- ESTABLISH MUSICALITY: This pounding toys for toddlers encourages musical development and exploration, audio recognition and play
- CHILD SAFE: Durable and child safe, contains water-based paint and has non-toxic finishes
- AWARD WINNING: The winner of the 2018 Cribsie Award of favorite first musical toy suitable for ages 12 months to 3 years
Rich M –
Use this when my one year old granddaughter visits me. She loves using it, and I love watching her happiness as she “”taps” and hears musical notes.