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THREE-PIECE WOODEN MUSICAL COLLECTION: The bear has three colorful wooden beads on a dowel that rattle and clack with every shake. The Llama's wood faux blankets are attached to "thwack" and spring back with every pull or slap by bungee cords. The hedgehog has a guiro on its back and a hidden mallet in its mouth for striking the ridges.
EARLY AUDITORY EXPLORATION: Families of music appreciation understand that starting kids early with musical concepts can last a lifetime, and these attractive wooden animal characters can easily appease children's natural curiosity to experiment with sound and rudimentary elements of rhythm.
HEIRLOOM QUALITY WOODEN TACTILE TOY: Cut from solid pieces of sustainable wood, each wooden musical toy is an artistic expression of an animal that has heirloom qualities, paired with musical elements to capture little one's interest. Each animal toy music instrument features colorful screen-printed art on both sides, made with non-toxic water-based finishes.
WOODEN TOY FOR 1 YEAR OLD: The Musical Forest Trio is safety rated for children 1 year and older. Baby wooden musical toys are scaled to a manageable size for little hands, contributing to grasping and motor skill development. Approximate animal sizes are as follows: Bear - 1"D x 3.5"W x 5.5"H; Llama - 2.25"D x 3.75"W x 5.75"H; Hedgehog - 1"D x 5.75"W x 3.5"H.
STANDING BY OUR BRAND: If you're reading this, you've found a safe toy from a real company and a brand that cares. Since 1978, Manhattan Toy has been a trusted source of imaginative toys for babies, toddlers and kids of all ages. All of our toys are rigorously safety tested and every toy has our 800 number with a dedicated customer support team to answer your call. This animal-theme set encourages musical exploration, motor development and cause and effect learning