Pat Bells Station
Our price: $104.95
Give your toddler a wonderful multi-sensory learning experience of making music with the Playme Pat Bells. Guaranteed to sound as harmonious as they are pleasant, with the Playme Pat Bells Station, there are no discordant or jarring combinations. Each bell is an individual musical note, and they are super easy to play, just pat the wooden button on top. Never out of tune and with no worries about broken strings, the Playme Pat Bells are constructed for strength and beauty. The beechwood is solid, and the bells are nice and heavy, ready to stand up to your toddler's jubilant play.
As your child matures, you will want to teach him how to follow the color-coded diagram on the song card for Old MacDonald Had a Farm. Because children tend to recognize colors before letters, the color-coded song card provides an ideal visual introduction to music reading. Sheets of color-coded stickers are also included so you can add to his repertoire.
Playme Pat Bells Station is a 2016 Toy Award - Spielwarenmesse Toy Fair nominee in the Baby & Infant category. The set includes Pat Bells station, songbook with one song and space to add more, sheets of color-coded stickers, and suggested introductory scales.
Made In: Taiwan
Manufacturer's Age Recommendation: 2-99 years
Safety Info: Conforms to CPSIA, ASTM F 963 & EN71 standards
This is so well made and such a beautiful sensory experience. My only wish was that there were more songs in the booklet.
It's hard to tell who has more fun with this between my child and me. He loves hitting the buttons and hearing the noise. I love playing little songs on it for him to listen to. The bells have such a delightful sound and no matter what combination you hit together, it always sounds nice.
We all love these bells! We gifted them to our baby on her first birthday and after a few days of distant curiosity, she now loves to make music all by herself. Her big brother and sister also love to play with them, and let’s be honest so do mom, dad, and grandma. For those of you musically inclined, they sound beautiful and perfectly match the pitch of my daughter music bells (bells she had for her music course). You don’t get “ugly” noise when even all the bells are hit at once and furthermore, none of the adults fine the noise annoying like so many other children’s musical toys/instruments. They look beautiful and sound lovely, and though very pricy we found that when purchased as part of a kit they were worth it.