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VTech Rock and Bop Music Player
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- Set learning to music with the Rock and Bop Music Player by VTech; this kid-friendly music player plays ten musical learning games to introduce letters, numbers, animals, instruments, time and more
- Choose from a variety of songs and play them in three music styles: classical, hip-hop and rock; 100+ songs, melodies, sounds and phrases
- Music player features an Instrument Remix mode that lets you choose from piano, xylophone, saxophone, violin or guitar to play different melodies and experiment with songs
- Interacting with the screen to make music and game selections helps build fine motor skills; includes kid-safe headphones that limit the volume to protect little ears
- Requires 2 AAA batteries (batteries included for demo purposes only, new batteries recommended for regular use); music player is intended for ages 3 to 6 years
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Set learning to music with the Rock and Bop Music Player by VTech. Explore ten musical games while listening to kid-friendly songs, dancing around to the music and singing along. This music player introduces letters, numbers, animals, instruments, time and more through a variety of songs. Play songs in different styles, hear animals sing songs and choose from various instruments to experiment with different melodies. Child-safe headphones let your child listen and play on their own while limiting the volume to protect little ears. Get ready to rock out while you learn! Requires 2 AAA batteries (batteries included for demo purposes only, new batteries recommended for regular use). Music player is intended for ages 3 to 6 years.
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|Item Dimensions||6.2 x 1.97 x 0.75 in||2.83 x 0.98 x 5.51 in||0.7 x 3.3 x 6.2 in||3.27 x 5.95 x 0.91 in||3.1 x 1.53 x 4.1 in||10.91 x 6.71 x 4.72 in|
Top Customer Reviews
That is not the case with this VTech music player. It works and works well.
I keep a supply of toys for visiting children. My most frequent little visitor is my granddaughter. At age six, I thought she would probably be too old to enjoy this music player, but she proved me wrong. She put on the earphones and jammed to her heart's content.
You get a wide choice of music styles, from the ABC song to classical music. Every button works and each provides a variety of choices..
There is also a simple clock game for telling time, an alphabet game, and others. Along with each selection, there are animated line drawings on the screen to match. Your child can even choose among several instruments to play the song on some of the "apps."
The earphones also work well. Your child can decide from three different volumes, and you need not worry it will get too loud for their tender eardrums; the loudest setting is just loud enough and cannot be turned up higher.
The batteries will need to be replaced soon after you receive the player, as they are for demo purposes. But after the first replacement, your child will be good to go for as long as your brand of batteries will last.
At around $20 at the time of this review, I believe that it is money well-invested in some good clean learning fun for children.
I don't care for the earphones. The 3 year old started picking at the foam covering the ear pieces. They are also something that should only be used with supervision. They are volume controlled and made to fit a smaller head.
I also feel the age is off on these. I'd say that after the age of 4, a child will loose interest quickly. Even with an almost 2 and 3 year old, they will play with it for 10 minutes or so then move on to something else. However, they do go back to it and find it interesting, day after day. The 3 year old likes to pretend it's her phone.
This is a cute toy. It would be best for a child under the age of 4.
The downsides? This is for entertainment purposes only. There really is minimal educational value. Even though the songs are about ABCs and 123s, it's not done in any way that the kids actually learn. There's interaction but the interface is clunky and difficult. Another complaint is the earphones are not very adjustable. We had it on the smallest setting and it didn't really fit her head.
Overall though it's a good toy as long as you don't expect educational value.
It has ten buttons each of which can play three different songs around a theme. You use two arrow buttons to switch between songs. Each button has a theme. The letter button gives 3 songs about letters. The number button gives three songs about numbers. And animal button plays the music to My Darling Clementine in either dog barks, kitty meows, or duck quacks. A classical music button plays short clips of classical music. In general, the songs are nursery rhymes and traditional songs that you already know. There are a couple of new songs. Most of the nursery rhymes are the full song, so you can sing along. Often, it's just music. For example, Three Little Kittens plays just this music and you sing along. Sometimes it songs word too, like for ABC song.
Two of the buttons go to quizzes rather than music. One has quizzes on telling time and counting. The other has quizzes about letters. It asks for example how many time a clock dings, plays a clock chime, and then you see two numbers on the small screen and use arrow buttons to pick how many chimes you heard.
I have a 3 1/2 year old and a 1 1/2 year old. They both play with this. I gave it to the 1 year old and told him it's his phone. He can push buttons or play music and have fun waving it around. He doesn't know how to use it. (It's a toy music player, not a phone, but the baby is more interested in phones.) The 3 year old is allowed to play with it, but has to let baby use it if the baby wants it. The 3 year old is very interested in playing songs on it. It's not clear how much of him being very interested is sibling rivalry, but he does really like playing songs on it. He knows how to use it and how to find specific songs. In particular, he will play the same song several times, then try to sing it by himself. One of the original songs on this is a song that goes, "A says ah, B says buh, C says kuh, ..." all the way through the alphabet in a singsongy voice and that one he definitely fixated on trying to learn, playing it over and over, then trying to sing it on his own. For nursery rhymes that he already knows, like BINGO or Three Little Kittens, he will clap along and do hand gestures that he learned in daycare.
The headphones.... From the description, I thought these might be volume limiting headphones. The concept behind those is that kids will turn up the volume to the max to feel cool, and can damage their hearing before they are even old enough to grasp that the damage is permanent. So, you should always give a kid volume limiting head phones to use with a tablet or phone. Even if the signal coming out of the tablet is loud, a pair of volume limiting headphones will keep it not-too-loud so the child's ears stay safe. The headphones you get with this are regular old cheap headphones, like when airlines used to give them out for free. They are not volume limiting. When I plugged them to my phone and turned up the volume, they were too loud. However, when plugged into this toy music player, the headphones were fine with all three volume settings on the music player. So, just be careful to only let your child use the headphones with this toy, and not with any other toys or electronics. Or toss them, and buy true volume limiting headphones.