13 Best Preschool Music & MP3 Players
List Updated March 2023
Bestselling Preschool Music & MP3 Players in 2023
LeapFrog Learn and Groove Music Player (Violet)
- Hours of active play in a fun, musical way
- Twenty upbeat songs encourage children to explore and learn on the go--all in a kid-friendly portable player
- Four activity modes teach little ones about movement as they build gross motor skills
- The Learn and Groove Music Player is appropriate for children ages 18+ months
- Parents can connect to the online LeapFrog Learning Path for customized learning insights and ideas to expand the learning
AGPTEK S1 8GB Bluetooth Bunny Storytelling for Kids,Wearable Children Digital Player, Blue
- Children MP3 player: Rhymes and Stories-Pre-loaded with 70+ popular nursery rhymes and bedtime stories to make learning fun for children.
- Bluetooth function: the bunny can be use as a speaker after connect with other bluetooth device.
- As a gift: a wearable cute bunny toy for children, a cute MP3 player for your kids.
- Simply visit the App Store or Google play and search for "Kalala Listening Station",download massive amounts of free contents from KALALA.
- 8GB internal storage,enable you to store more resource for your kids!
L P Kids Karaoke Machine with 2 Microphones and Adjustable Stand, Music Sing Along with Flashing Stage Lights and Pedals for Fun Musical Effects
- 2 KARAOKE MICROPHONE - 1 Sing Along Microphone with an adjustable Stand and additional handheld microphone for your little stars guest singer, Stand measurements: "18.5 inches - 40 inches fully extended
- SPEAKER HANDLE & ASSEMBLY - Optional handle to carry the lightweight speaker, perfect for dancing while singing. Easy to assemble & disassemble for quick setup & storage
- STREAM MUSIC - connect to your devices through AUX cable (included) & kids can enjoy and sing their favorite songs. Easy to use volume and ON/OFF knob
- BUILT-IN ENTERTAINMENT! - Dancing Tunes: take the singing to the next level press Left Foot Pedal to add some tunes & Right Foot Pedal will applaud your children's talent. Flashing Lights: The built-in multi colored stage lights flash while your little star is singing
- SING RIGHT OUT OF THE BOX - 4 AA batteries included & ready to use
Kidoozie Sing Along Microphone Toy – Plays Music from Phone or MP3 Player
[Christmas Gifts for Children] EasySMX Comfortable Kids Headset Friendly Children Over-Ear headphones with Volume Limited Protecting Lovely Special Gift for Boys and Girls (New Blue)
M SANMERSEN Toys for 3-10 Year Old Girls, Kids Karaoke Machine Rechargeable Microphone Music Toy Play Set with 2 Microphones & Adjustable Stand 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Year Old Girl Gifts Toys for Kids
Early Learning Centre (ELC) Sing Star Microphone Music Set, Pink
- New for 2015!!
- Connect your MP3 player and sign along to your favorite songs
- Features a record and playback mode, 5 demo songs, echo effect, clapping and cheering sounds
- Also comes in red- item EC136785
- For ages 3 and up
Fisher-Price Kid-Tough Fp3 Player Case - Blue
- The case provides plenty of space for the player & headphones and even includes a separate storage compartment inside to organize
- The Kid-Tough FP3 Player Case is portable and lightweight, making it easy for preschoolers to take their player along on all of their adventures
- The Kid-Tough FP3 Player Case is an easy way to tote and store the Kid-Tough FP3 Player and all of its components
Peppa Pig Sing Along Boombox
- Real working microphone with built-in speaker!
- The Peppa Sing Along Boombox features 3 built in Peppa songs to choose from
- Peppa's Boombox is Mp3 player compatible (not included) for more song variety
- The boombox has an adjustable strap as well as a handle for easy carrying and transport
- Entertain your friends & family with the Peppa sing along boombox with microphone!
Kid Tough Fp3 Player Speakers
- The Kid Tough FP3 Player Speakers are the best way for preschoolers and moms to listen to all of their favorite songs and stories without headphones
- Easy enough for even a preschooler, the Kid Tough FP3 Player simply docks into to the speakers without wires for audio entertainment
- Features easy to use docking area that includes a button to eject the player, volume control dial, high quality speaker sound and a handle to take on-the-go
aPerfectLife Rechargeable Kids Microphone Music Karaoke Machine Toy Play Set with Microphones & Adjustable Stand,AUX Cable to Connect to All Your Electronic Devices for Music (Pink5)
HANMUN Kids Karaoke Machine Microphone Stand (Pink)
Kid Microphone, aPerfectLife Karaoke Microphone Built-in Wireless Bluetooth Speaker, Magic Voice Changing, Music Play for Kids Child Toddler Baby Girl Boy TF Card
Learn Sheet Music
Learning to read piano music appears to be a daunting task, doesn't it? A few years back, that's what I thought. But once someone taught me how simple it was to read music, I've been happily playing piano ever since. Lets get started.
First off, you must learn which piano keys create which notes ( A B C D E F G ). To begin, you need locate a single key, I'll use C for an example.
Notice how the black keys form a pattern, (two black keys, then three, then two again). These will be our guide to 'naming' the neighboring white keys. Find the duo of black keys, there are three white keys touching these two black ones. The first of these white keys is C. Now the rest is effortless, just count (in letters) up the white keys, stopping at G. G is the end of the musical alphabet, so begin at A again to continue "counting".
Sharps and Flats on the Black Keys
The black keys are simple. To find G flat or sharp, you first locate the white key of G. The two surrounding black keys are G flat and sharp. Flats are found on the left side of the note, and the sharps on the right. This applies for all notes.
For an easy method of learning the note of a key on the sheet music, let's begin with the top line. I'll start with the treble clef, which directs your right hand.
First we'll 'label' each line for easy remembrance. Start at the bottom line of the top staff , and 'name' each line with a word from this phrase: Every Good Boy Does Fine. (E G B D F).
Now to name the area between the lines. Start at the bottom space between the lines you named "E" and "G" and go up. F A C E. For notes above or below these staff lines, you need to repeat these patterns to discover what the note is.
The bass clef has a different pattern. Start at the bottom line of the bottom staff and moving upward. Lets name the lines again from the words of this phrase: Great Big Ducks Fly Away (G B D F A).
And name between the lines again this phrase: All Cows Eat Grass (A C E G). This bass clef directs your left hand.
Now for sharps and flats on the sheet music. At the beginning of the staff on a particular line or space, there may be a # (sharp symbol) or a b (flat symbol). If so, you need to make every single instance you play that note the sharp or flat it asks for.
There are some exceptions. Sometimes there may be a symbol appearing before a single note. Depending on the symbol, you will make that note in that measure only sharp, flat, or natural before reverting back to the note's flat/sharp status.
Natural symbols resemble lightening bolts, and the note by it should be played ignoring the song's flats and sharps, but reverting once the note has been pressed.
Two bold vertical lines going down the staff in separate places (they look like ||: ) , are called repeat symbols. You should repeat everything that's within them once, then afterwards playing on through the song.
Okay, we're done. I'd like to recommend MakingMusicFun,net, and then 8Notes.com once you get a bit better, as they have a wider selection of free sheet music to choose from.
Two tips before you go?
Play at a "learning speed" rather then going as fast as you can. It takes some restraint (trust me!) but it's much more beneficial to your progress.
Also while practicing, you needn't start at the beginning of the song every time, taking some time to learn tricky individual parts can help you learn them extra well.