From the Publisher:
Illustrator: Sean Longcroft.
Little children can hear the sounds of more than 70 musical instruments with these delightfully illustrated sound cards.
There are four double-sided cards showing groups of instruments from a cello to a didgeridoo and trombone.
Slot a card into the frame, then press the picture of an instrument to hear its sound.
Topics on the cards includes:
- Sound when they are hit, shaken, or rattled
- Plucking or hitting
- Sound when players blow into them
- Players blow instruments to make a sound
- Instruments are played in a variety of ways
- Instrument that sounds by pressing strips called keys
- Instruments are plucked to make a sound
- Instruments are played by moving a bow
Usborne Publishing Ltd.
A: Entertaining musical activity for toddlers
Very fun book. It isn't really a book as much as its a place to put cards (i think there are 4 that are double-sided) push a button and hear a sound but its really neat and keeps mu 3 years old entertained for an hour. My 2yr old has trouble getting new cards in. I have to help or they rip for sure. I will say I wish it said out loud what instrument was making the sound so when my 3yr old is working by himself he still would be able to learn.
B: Sounds for 70 Instruments
A little complicated for kids - you have to insert card in the window on the right side of the book and then press ‘go’ to get the correct sounds for that card - there are 5 ‘cards’. Sounds of 70 different instruments.
- Replaceable long-life batteries included.
- The book with hardcover and paper cards in the pocket.
- 4 double-sided cards, each featuring 9 different instruments. Over 70 musical sounds.
- On/Off switch to save the batteries.
9 7/8 in.
8 3/8 in.
1.5V x 3; AG-10 button cell