Baby's Musical Hands

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Erin Bell, Common Sense Media
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Simple and engaging music app for toddlers encourages touch.

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The app couldn't be simpler to use. Kids touch anywhere on the screen and are rewarded with visual and audio feedback.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Baby's Musical Hands is a simple music-making app that rewards babies and toddlers with musical sounds and colorful starbursts whenever they touch the screen. The iPad version features 15 squares that produce different piano, guitar, and percussion sounds, while the iPhone and iPod Touch version features 10 instruments (piano and guitar only). 

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Parent of a 1, 1, and 7-year-old Written bydeborahm4 February 9, 2016

Best App for Toddlers

Best teaching tool ever.

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BABY'S MUSICAL HANDS is a wonderful first app for toddlers who are developing hand-eye coordination and learning about cause and effect. There are no buttons, distracting menus, instructions, or commercial tie-ins -- kids simply tap anywhere on the screen to receive instant audio and visual feedback. As kids get more coordinated they can press specific colored squares to hear different sounds, too.

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