Give your child the gift of music. Exposure to music and musical instruction has been shown to be beneficial for a child's future development. Your little one will enjoy playing along with her very own instrument. You will find several toy instruments from Plan Toys here at Thanks Mama. Plan Toys produces wooden musical instruments from eco-friendly rubberwood trees. Once the trees are no longer producing latex the trees are cut down. The wood is dried and strengthened without the use of chemicals.
The Plan Toys Musical Band will have your child drumming along to your favorite music. This little drum set has two drums with latex drum heads. Cymbals and a guiro are attached to the set to give your child more opportunities to create his own sound. This 13 inch tall drumset is sized for your little one.
Strum along with a child-sized banjo. The Plan Toys Banjo is made out of wood, latex, and nylon strings. This toy allows a child to act out what it would be like to play the banjo. Your child can practice plunking the strings as she makes up her own music or "plays along" to a favorite tune.
A xylophone is a classic children's toy. The Plan Toys Xylophone is made out of rubberwood. The colorful keys are dyed so there is no paint to chip off. This 5 key xylophone comes with a wooden mallet. Each bar makes a different sound when hit.
The Plan Toys Concertina is an accordion for your child. This simplified version of an accordion plays two notes. One note plays when your child expands the toy and the other note plays when your child squeezes it together. Add a drum or two and you can have your own little family band.
From a clatter to a click-clack to a gentle rumble the Plan Toys Clatter makes several different sounds depending on how it is shaken. This toy has two handles with pieces of brighly dyed wood threaded on two strings. Move your hands at different speeds and create a rhythm.
Musical playtime can be noisy, but it is fun for your child and good for their development. Take a look at the many different musical toys here at Thanks Mama as you determine the best ones to suit your child.