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Fisher-Price Interactive Baby Grand Piano

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  • Learn about numbers, counting, opposites, colors, tempo, pitch, music styles, and more
  • A friendly dancing character comes to life as baby plays
  • There's an interactive songbook with pages to flip, colorful light-up keys, charming sing-along songs, and lots of busy activities all around
  • Turn the dial for fun music and sounds
  • Features Learning, Musical Fun and Imagination modes
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 15.9 x 18.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000EULXAM
  • Item model number: J9163
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 9 months - 3 years
  • Batteries 3 C batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #108,682 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

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There’s nothing like watching small children fall in love with music. This baby grand will play Cupid to a toddler’s relationship to music. Just the right size for little fingers, with bright colors, lights, and familiar songs and learning concepts; kids will need no introduction before getting in there and starting to tickle those ivories! Three modes of play encourage children to enjoy music, learn basic concepts (alphabet, counting, opposites, etc.), or just play notes and chords on the eight-key keyboard. A plastic songbook (built into the piano) uses numerals on musical notation to teach aspiring musicians the correlation between the sounds they hear, the notes on the page, and the keys on the keyboard. Slides and buttons and dials can be manipulated to adjust tempo, pitch, and style, while a metronome keeps time. And a friendly maestro monster looms over the piano, dancing as your artiste creates composes her or his opuses. The music, as with so many children’s toys, is moderately unpleasant—nursery rhymes meet lounge jazz—but not the worst you’ll ever hear. And the joy toddlers will get out of playing their own melodies, as well as the potential for learning, far outweighs the burden of listening to cheesy tunes. Or you can just keep it in note-playing mode, and skip the pre-recorded tunes altogether! Three "C" batteries required (not included). Some adult assembly is required. --Emilie Coulter

Product Description

Little ones can rock out with their very own Baby Grand Piano! This pint-sized piano teaches numbers and colors, as well as exposes them to musical concepts like tempo, pitch and style. Baby is encouraged to play and learn with the eight light-up keys and four activities with four songs led by a dancing character and "magic" music book. Features three modes: Learning, Musical Fun and Imagination. Requires 3 "C" batteries (not included). Measures 19" x 17" x 17". Adult assembly required.

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Customer Reviews

My 10 month old loved this toy.
Stacy Goodell
The piano is sturdy enough that he could pull himself up to a standing position by holding on to it.
Donna
It will be a favorite toy for a long time to come!
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

71 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Heather on November 11, 2006
My daughter just received this baby grand piano from her grandparents as a baptism present. She is 10 months old and really seems to like it. The piano does so many things and I forsee her having a lot of fun with it and am happy that I suggested it for a present. The reason I'm not giving this 5 stars is that my daughter, who is just learning to stand and cruise, stood up with the piano and she must of put to much weight towards the middle of the piano, while I was reaching for the camera, because the piano tobbled end over end with her following it. The piano started to do the same thing right after that when she tried to stand. She wasn't hurt, more scared then anything, but I would have thought it would be sturdy enough to handle her putting a little weight in the middle of it. I still recommend the piano, but stay within hands reach if your baby can't walk and keep themselves fairly steady on their own.
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64 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Jorja Girl on October 20, 2006
We got this toy as a gift for my daughter's first birthday. The piano is great except for one thing. Little hands get stuck in the slot the sun moves in. The sun moves from side to side during certain songs, and my daughter and her friends love to grab at it when it starts doing this. Inevitably, someone's hand always gets pinched and makes them start crying/screaming. If Fisher Price ever redesigns this toy, I would recommend removing the sun from the toy or making it where it's immobile. I know this will probably not make the toy as fun, but safety comes first in my book. I give it three stars because of this hazard.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By J. Kobielusz on October 27, 2006
My one-year-old got this for her birthday and it was an instant hit. (We haven't had any trouble with pinched fingers, so I'm going to have to check that out. I'm having a tough time picturing how that could happen. Poor kiddos!) I like that you can set the piano to play music notes, colors, or solfeggio. Our five-year-old is even enjoying playing all of the songs and practicing her piano skills! I would highly reccommend this toy- it seems a little pricey, but it totally worth it because of all the features!
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By WinterMommy on February 7, 2008
This is one of the best toys I've ever seen. I don't care for most of the newfangled plastic, electronic toys...most of them are junk. This one, however, is well-designed and will entertain a baby as well as even a 5 or 6 year old, in my opinion. I used to teach music at the elementary school level, and I think my kindergarteners and first-graders would have loved it.

The controls are all easy enough to operate that even a 9-month-old (the suggested earliest age) can operate them easily...none of them require too much strength or dexterity, for instance.

It teaches real musical concepts (high vs low, fast vs slow, etc) and has an actual, properly-working piano keyboard. The keys work like a real piano's does; if I press down 2 or 3 or 4 keys, they will all sound together, and the sound quality is like an actual piano, not a buzzy toy. There are so many different modes (there are three main modes, but when you turn the music "page" it brings up different sub-modes) so there are many different ways to play with this toy. My kid has played with this for 2 months, and I'm still discovering new functions on it.

I like the piano so well that I am pretty vigilant about not letting my baby "pull up" on it...I want the toy still working when he's 3 or 4. :) If you are assembling this for a baby, I would recommend waiting to install the legs until your child is through with the "pulling-up" phase. Durability may be the only weakness of this toy; nothing has broken on mine, but I could see where if an aggressive toddler say, tipped it over and stepped on the music stand part, that might break off or something.

On the whole, though, I LOVE this toy! Music teacher approved!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A. L. Bonnington on July 20, 2008
I loved this product . . . at first. My son got this product for his fist birthday and love playing with all the different musical activities. As a music person, I was impressed with the toy's teaching of concepts like pitch and tempo; however, on a number of occations my son has grabbed hold of the sun at the top of the music book stand and gotten his fingers/hand pinched. The sun doesn't stop moving and it's hard to release his skin from there when the incident occurs. After several incidents I have notified the manufacturer. They have noted the problem. If this happens to you, please let them know so that future little fingers will be saved!!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By W. Spielman on February 20, 2007
My son loves this. He will crawl over to it and start playing on the keys. After he plays with the keys, he then eats the keys. Then he pulls himself up to the sun and plays with the sun. After he eats the sun, then he grabs at the other items on the piano. I think I get more fun out of watching him then he does playing/eating the piano.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mama Mia on October 12, 2007
I would definitely say that this is one of my daughter's favorite toys and it has been since she got it months and months ago.

Some of the reviews note that the piano can easily topple over. Well if your kiddo is not good at standing, pulling up to stand, cruising, etc yet, and you can't be there by their side the whole time, the legs come off. Your kiddo can use it that way. When they become pros at standing, cruising, walking, etc you can put the legs back on and it will not be a problem at all as it is a pretty stable toy.

It is really tons of fun. I've seen kids of a wide variety of ages enjoying it. The toy has features built in so everyone from a young infant to an older toddler can enjoy it. I highly recommend it.
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