Every mother knows that sensory experiences are important for their babies and young children, and that includes the sense of sound. Babies are usually exposed to music from birth and there are even schools of thought which believe in the Mozart Effect. The Mozart Effect is supposedly where having classical music playing in the background promotes the use of fine motor skills. Whatever the argument, there is no doubt that music is good for stimulating the mind to some extent. With this in mind, it might be time to consider purchasing a tiny piano for your child!
Big Joy from a Tiny Piano
These tiny pianos from Chase Direct might not be on quite the same level as the acclaimed Chase P-50 digital piano, but they are an amazing source of fun and amusement for children and adults alike. For children, a tiny piano is a brilliant way of exposing them to the wonders of piano playing. Children can get used to the way in which the keys work on a piano and can play a wide range of tunes on this 25 note digital mini piano! There is even an auto-play function built into the piano so your child can hear their piano play some traditional piano music. The Chase Direct website says:
Exciting Functions on the Tiny Piano
The press and play auto function of the mini piano ranges from 5-note songs including nursery rhyme ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’ to the more academic keys of ‘’the Emerald City’’ with the rousing main motif from Beethoven’s 9th Symphony. The Argentinian Tango, Dvorak’s ‘Largo’ and traditional song just as child-star Dorothy from the ‘Wizard of Oz’ exclaimed ‘’There’s No Place Like Home’’.
If you would like to purchase a tiny piano for your child or as a gift then there are a number of colours available to choose from on the Chase Direct website.