Music is timeless. It always has been, and it always will be. This audial method of entertainment has been around for years, and we always seem to find new approaches to how we create it. Different instruments, using our voices, or even found objects have crafted melodies that make us laugh, cry, or think about the world around us. If your little one expresses an interest in music, and you want to start teaching them an instrument without actually buying the real thing, there is a cheaper alternative.
The World’s Largest Toe Tap Piano is ten feet long, and has almost two full octaves for your child to tromp on. You can choose whether you want to record their creations, or have them tap along with prerecorded songs. In addition to the classic piano, you’ll also have the saxophone, violin, organ, trumpet, harp, vibraphone, and guitar to choose from. This will cost you $80, but may start off your little virtuoso towards a bright music career.