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First Play Safari Musical Instruments

Item # 3318

$24.99

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Strike up the band and inspire a lifelong love of music with this set of friendly wooden safari animals that click, clack, rattle, and jingle! Rattle and tap the lion tambourine, rub the giraffe scraper with the bird rasp, shake the crocodile maracas, click the elephant clacker, and clack the hippo castanets. First Play toys feature bright colors, bold patterns, and whimsical designs that boost skills while sparking imagination and wonder--right from the start!

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  • Strike up the band and inspire a lifelong love of music with this set of friendly wooden safari animals that click, clack, rattle, and jingle! Rattle and tap the lion tambourine, rub the giraffe scraper with the bird rasp, shake the crocodile maracas, click the elephant clacker, and clack the hippo
  • Includes hippo castanets, elephant clacker, crocodile maraca, giraffe scraper and bird rasp, lion tambourine
  • Instruments feature bright colors, bold patterns, and whimsical designs to boost skills while sparking imagination and wonder
  • Encourages sensory development, fine motor skills, color recognition

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  • Product: 10.75" x 3" x 14.5" Packaged 2.35 lbs
  • Package: 14.5" H x 11" W x 2.75" L

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Discover Countless Ways To Play
  • FINE MOTOR: Place instruments just out of reach and have kids pull them near.

  • SENSORY: Have kids rub, clack, or shake the instruments softly at first, then loudly. Play a rhythmic beat and have kids repeat it on another instrument.

  • COLORS: Say color names as you point to them on the pieces. Point to similar colors on different animals.

  • MOVEMENT: Ask kids to march in time to a rhythmic beat they play on one of the instruments.