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Xylophone "Groovy Beats"

  • A small foot brand product
    small foot
    Happiness is made of wood! This is why small foot wooden toys make children so happy.
    • Exceptional design, made in Germany
    • Responsibility for quality and safety so children can play carefree
    • A love for wood - because it's a popular environmental winner
    • Playtime fun at a fair price - so that everyone can enjoy small foot
  • Highlights
    • A sturdily contoured, child-friendly xylophone
    • With colour-code tone bars
    • Comes with robust mallets made of solid wood
    • Incl. sheet music
    • Trains a sense of rhythm and beat
    • Develops a first understanding of musical tones
    • A visually appealing combination of subtle blue tones and modern, contrasting colours
    • Goes together great with other musical instruments from the "Groovy Beats" product line
  • Product features
    Dimensions: approx. 25 x 12 x 6 cm; mallet length approx. 17 cm, Ø approx 1.5 cm
    Brand: small foot
    Material: wood
    metal
    EAN code: 4020972122544
    Age recommendation: 18m+
    Weight incl. Packaging: 0,48
    Page Main Catalog: 144
    Special features: Category Champion
    Packaging: small foot-coloured box
  • Product information
    This wooden xylophone offers an ideal introduction to the world of sound! Children don't even need to know how to read notes in order to play their first songs on these chimes! The tone bars are colour-coded and help children with their first musical compositions together with the sheet music. Comes with robust mallets made of solid wood.
    This xylophone is also a visual eye-catcher for the nursery orchestra with its soft blue colours and modern, contrasting colours! The xylophone playfully trains acoustic awareness along with a sense of rhythm and beat and a first understanding of musical tones and scales. This is how young, aspiring musicians can let their creativity flow freely.
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"My son just loves the new 'Groovy Beats' line. He plays the notes all over the piano, and he figured out how to hold the guitar in just a short time. The instruments are great as an introduction to early music education and really stand out from other musical instruments for kids with regards to their sound."