Little Music Maker (Model 1443)
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The Little Music Maker, model 1443, is a sensory integration activity designed to introduce children with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities to the world of music. It features a square plastic base, three oversized keyboard keys, two oversized guitar strings, a large dial to select one of three different percussion sounds, and a disk that makes scratching sounds when twisted. Children can play three pre-programmed tunes or simply tap, strum, push, or pull any of the buttons or knobs to be rewarded with musical sounds. POWER: Uses 3 double-A batteries (not included). COLOR: The body of the toy is yellow and light blue. The guitar strings are purple and lime green. The percussion dial is yellow and lime green. The spinning disk is dark blue, purple, yellow, and red. The keyboard keys are white with red, blue, and green drawings of a trumpet, a piiano, and bells on them.
- Blind and Low Vision
- Disability Terms
- Therapeutic Aids