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Baby Einstein Count and Compose Piano


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  • Multiple music modes and instruments
  • Comes with three play modes; Instrument key mode, baby composer mode, counting mode
  • High quality speaker with volume control
  • Baby will get an introduction to numbers 1-5 in English, Spanish and French as each numbered piano key is pressed
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions9.2 x 5.8 x 4 inches
OriginImported (China)
UPC074451309838
Item model number30983
Batteries:3 AAA batteries required.
Care instructionsNUtdpVpHc7w
Additional product featuresMusic
Batteries requiredYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB0018Z8BBQ
Best Sellers Rank #11,298 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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The feature-packed Baby Einstein Count and Compose Piano combine auditory, visual, and language development all into one toy. Your baby will love their introduction to numbers, instruments, and melodies with this piano. The large screen has colored lights that dance in time to playful classical melodies and the roller drum with rattle balls promotes fine motor skill development. Multiple music modes and instruments are sure to provide your baby with hours of fun and discovery. Also it features three play modes; Instrument key mode-Slide left selector over keyboard image, then slide right selector over desired instrument image, where baby can then play the piano keys to hear the notes of the instrument selected while watching the dancing lights on the screen. Baby Composer mode -slide left selector over the Baby Bach image, where each time baby presses 1 of the 5 keys, a consecutive portion of the melody will play along with dancing lights until the melody is complete. Baby can compose 7 different melodies in this mode. Counting mode-slide the left selector over the numbers image, then slide the language selector button on the front for desired language, where your baby will get an introduction to numbers 1-5 in English, Spanish, and French as each numbered piano key is pressed.


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Customer Reviews

When the baby hits a key, it plays one phrase.
Megan Mcdonald
He's now 7 months and still enjoys playing with this toy daily.
lilmsjean
It's one that enjoys and will keep his attention long enough.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

196 of 198 people found the following review helpful By Megan Mcdonald on October 21, 2008
My 10 month old likes high stimulus, so she seems to get bored with her toys quickly and doesn't think much of toys that don't DO something. This piano has a lot going on and so far it's been enough to keep her entertained better than any other toy.

Primarily I like its design. The 'composer' function doesn't just play one song quickly, repeatedly and loudly as most piano toys with some kind of 'demo' function do. When the baby hits a key, it plays one phrase. The next time a key is pressed gets another musical phrase. It's pleasant to listen to, you aren't left with one short tune running through your head and there's seven different melodies. In short, it seems like someone put some thought into what would make a piano toy fun and interesting to play with. It doesn't feel like it's been dumbed down on the assumption that parents don't care and babies don't know the difference.
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145 of 148 people found the following review helpful By SweetHappyLife-com on August 13, 2010
This is a fun little toy that my 6-month old son enjoys playing with. As another reviewer mentioned, one of the great things about this piano is how varied the melodies are. Not only does it play classical pieces but your child can compose his/her own music as well, which means mom and dad don't have to hear the same melody over and over and over... big plus!

The one down-side is that the speaker is on the bottom of the toy, which means that if your child doesn't hold the piano on his/her lap while playing with it the sounds is very muffled. My son still likes to play with it - muffled sounds and all - but I can't help marveling that the designers put the speaker in such an unfavorable location. Einstein would blush to know that such an obvious design flaw was incorporated into a product with his name on it!
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46 of 46 people found the following review helpful By S.R.S on October 31, 2008
This is a great interactive toy for babies who love music.....Especially when they are learning to sit up on their own and good for tummy time too. It lights up and has 3 different play modes, sounds, and languages. It's not too loud, holds thier attention span, teaches them to push the buttons to get it to play, and is small so it can go to Grandma's for a weekend. My son loves the little spinner with the beads too. One thing you should know is, if your child is strong or plays rough and is active as mine,(he is only 7 months old and a big boy!) the piano is hard plastic with some weight to it and well, you get the idea!
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Belle Genevieve on January 30, 2010
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I bought this toy for my 4 month old son, who is still in the "supported sitter" stage and therefore loves to sit in his stroller. He still doesn't reach the tray so I use toys that fit between him and the tray, this toy is the perfect size for that (he also has the vTech steering wheel, and vTech Baby's Laptop for this purpose and they are great if you are looking for the same size of toys#.

After seeing my son play with the piano a few times this is what I have to say:

PROS:

1- As with most Baby Einstein toys and videos, classical music is the main feature and I like that.

2- Different settings provide a wide range of sounds and therefore I don't think this toy will drive me crazy too soon.

3- Different languages set ups helps me expose my son to several languages which is great and I big factor in my decision when I buy a toy #we live in a bilingual home as it is, and the more languages the better as far as I know#

4- Perfect size for my son to play with it in his stroller #as I mentioned before that was my main goal#

CONS

1- The speaker is on the bottom of the toy. When playing with it in his stroller this is not too big of a problem #since it's on his lap -an irregular surface- but when we lay the toy on his "tummy time" blanket it's really hard to hear the sounds.

2- When you have it in the "number" set up and you press a key, it plays music, then if you press it the second time it says the number. I know that the musical aspect of this toy is the main feature, but in my opinion it'd be better for "cause-and-effect" purposes if the toy would always say the number (and maybe after that play some music) when you press the keys while in the "numbers" set up.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. Wallace on August 16, 2009
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I bought this because I had no other real toys for my 5 mos. old. He loved kicking the keys at first, now it has helped him sit up so he can use his hands. I did have to put the toy up onto the tray of his little seat so it would be at hand level, but once he is sitting up better, this may not be the case. I would definitely recommend this toy if you are wondering what to buy your "transitional" baby who is between 4 and 6 mos. old and not quite sitting up unsupported yet.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Del on July 14, 2010
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I bought this piano along with some other toys for my 5 month old twins. It looked like fun so I got it not realizing that it also plays the numbers in English, French and Spanish. It also plays several classical compositions and can change from piano to xylophone, etc. I was so intrigued by it I showed it to my husband and we played with it for like 30 minutes before we actually gave it to the twins. I do find that the number 2 button sticks sometimes but it wasn't enough of a problem to make me take away a star. Your kids will love this toy.
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