Schylling Musical Hand Bells
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- Fill the air with beautiful music with the Musical Hand Bells from Schylling Toys
- A set of 8 hand bells, each is beautifully decorated and plays a different note, from Middle C to High C for a full octave of musical expression
- The bells are color coded and labeled so the young musician can make great music; follow along with the included music for 8 classic children's songs
- Each has a tuned metal bell and sturdy resin handle for long lasting play
- For ages 3+
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Fill the air with music! Each of these 8 beautiful colored metal bells has a plastic handle and a different musical tone. Comes with music.
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The Musical Hand Bells form Schylling Toys, the world leader in traditional toys and classic fun, will fill the air with the sounds of beautiful music. A set of 8, each beautifully colored bell plays a different note, from Middle C to High C. The bells are color coded and labeled so the budding musician can make beautiful music. Each has a tuned metal bell and a sturdy resin handle. The set comes with music for 8 classic children's songs. This is the perfect musical accompaniment for the aspiring musician. For ages 3+.
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With older children it would be quite possible to form an ensemble and have four to eight children sound the bells to make melodies.
My pre-schoolers love to grab one or two and just sound them out. I have to ask them not to bang them together or bang them on anything. This will chip/mar the paint. Otherwise they appear quite durable. For this age, the glockenspiel and melodica are a little more value as they can be used to produce melody without much difficulty. The hand bells require more coordination. However, for individual notes or just fun play, nothing could be simpler.