Basic Beat BBHA01 Toddler Maracas, 1 Pair
Toddlers love the sound of shakers and these mini-sized maracas are so toddler-friendly. The handles are easy to grip and the maracas are extremely lightweight. Sold in like-color pairs, they encourage toddlers to use both hands (bilateral motion) to create rhythms. Holding and shaking the maracas encourages development of fine motor skills. Of course don’t tell your toddler how much they are learning when they play—they’ll be too busy having fun to notice! -Melissa
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Introduce your toddler to the fascinating world of percussion with Basic Beat Maracas. These maracas are specially designed for toddlers by being incredibly lightweight and feature small, easy to hold handles. They’re a great way for children to learn about rhythm and percussion at the same time, and because they’re designed by Basic Beat, you know their construction is child-friendly and rigorously tested by music educators. Receive a quantity discount on this product: $4.70 per pair when buying 25 or more pairs, $4.55 per pair when buying 75 or more pairs, and $4.14 per pair when buying 150 or more pairs!
Included: 1 Pair of Maracas
Age: +18 months
Color: Colors may vary and colors shown may not be available
4.25" - 5"(l) x 1" - 2"(w)
Basic Beat Guarantee: West Music is proud to back Basic Beat products with a 1-year satisfaction guarantee. If you are not fully satisfied with your Basic Beat purchase within the first year, we will be happy to exchange it for a replacement item or credit your account.
Please note: This musical instrument is not a toy. It is intended for use with adult supervision and is not for children under 18 months of age.
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Very pretty. Sound pretty good
Sound great and good size for small hands
Great quality. Used successfully in our group of 0-5 year olds. The younger ones especially liked these light weight, great sounding, instruments.
The maracas are 5 inches long. We like the maracas when working with infants and toddlers who are blind or have low vision. The two colors are not overwhelming and offer visual contrast. The maracas are fairly light so little hands can hold them.