Baby Einstein Discovering Music Activity Table

The world of music opens up before your baby’s eyes with this endlessly entertaining activity table. It starts with a real, working piano-style keyboard for baby’s musical experimentation. Flip the book’s page, and the piano’s tune changes to classical melodies. There’s a multi-sound drum pad that can count from one to five in English, French or Spanish. The guitar plays different melodies and activates lights when your baby “strums.” The shape buttons feature images of animals and musical instruments. A cute French horn with spinner ball activates French horn sounds. The table grows with baby – great for floor play without the legs for younger babies and when baby is ready, attach the legs for stand and play discovery.

Product Features

  • Flip book station features real-life imagery and acts as mode selector for the table: Music & Discovery mode
  • Piano station introduces colors and numbers in English, Spanish and French
  • Drum station lights up and features multiple drum sounds and counts in English, Spanish and French
  • Guitar station plays short melodies. Suitable for children from 6 to 36 months
  • French horn rattle ball spinner plays short melodies
  • Care & Maintenance – Wipe clean with damp cloth and mild soap. Do not immerse in water

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2 Responses to Baby Einstein Discovering Music Activity Table

  1. A. L. says:

    Warning about injury, otherwise a great toy We received this for a Christmas present. My son continues to love this toy. He now stands up to play it. I would recommend this toy with one important warning. The center globe has a flap or page that his likes to turn. It switches from one mode to another with this turning. Unfortunately, the globe is not perfectly round so that when it is right in the middle, there is an opening and my baby’s fingers get caught in it. A few times, he cried and I was able to see it and take it out. The last…

  2. Marc Cram says:

    One-Time Transition Toy My little guy loved this toy when he was able to sit up on his own. His fascination lessened as he learned to stand and walk, it was a good toy for about six months (or when had other small children over).Why did I give it two stars? Simple. THE LEGS. Who designs baby toy with legs that once installed must remain there permanently? This is a joke, I have either two options now that he has outgrown it, trash it or break the legs off. Our next child will not be able to fully use this toy,…

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