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Melissa & Doug Learn-to-Play Piano

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Melissa & Doug Learn-to-Play Piano

This brightly painted upright piano features 25 keys and two full octaves to give kids a wide range of notes to play; as well as an illustrated songbook and teaching key chart to help them identify notes on the scale. Children love making music, and our specially-sized piano makes it easy for your little ones to start playing. Twenty-five color-coded keys teach elementary cues for practicing scales and playing songs. Made of hardwood, it has a two-octave range and includes a starter songbook.  Roll over Beethoven! Did someone say prodigy? Well, we can't guarantee it but you'll be amazed at how fun it is to practice on the Learn-to-Play Piano. This quality-crafted instrument is useful for all levels of musicians.


  • Brightly painted child's first piano
  • Features 25 keys and 2 full octaves
  • Illustrated songbook teaches classic songs
  • Color-coded key chart for easy instruction
  • High-quality, solid-wood construction
  • For ages 3 years +

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • 4.5 of 5 stars
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  • 2 year olds love banging on this   »   Most Recent Review “We gave this to my 2-yr-old nephew for Christmas & all 3 kids (2yold, 2yold & 5yold) were fighting over who would play with it & trying to play it at the same time, etc.”
  • Great First Piano!!!   »   Most Helpful Reviews “We got this piano for our two boys (4 & 2-1/2) to help them begin to learn how to play music. This piano makes it so easy for them with the colored key code that fits above the…”
  • This toy is not built well.   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “When I first got this piano, the thing that bothered me was that the notes at the top of the keys is just a sheet of paper, barely glued on.”