ELC My First Xylophone Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Description:Brand: Early Learning Centre / Type: Xylophone / Age: 9 months / Type: Musical Toy
Newest Review: ... The main colour of the xylophone is a light green colour and there are 5 keys on the xylophone, each a different colour. The ... more
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ELC MY FIRST XYLOPHONE BATTERY OPERATED MUSIC TOY AGE 9 MONTHS+
Early Learning Centre battery operated xylophone. Make your own m ...
Last Update 05.12.2013 08:28
Customer ELC My First Xylophone Reviews (2)
by - written on 29/05/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
My nephew has just had his first birthday and he loves anything musical or anything that he can use to make some sort of noise. My sister actually spotted the Xylophone in the Early Learning Centre catalogue and thought that he may like that for his birthday so I decided to purchase it for him. The Xylophone cost me £15.00 which I think was fairly reasonable as it was musical and it also looked as though it was made quite strong. The product is available to buy in store and online from The Early Learning Centre. The xylophone is for children aged from 9 months. Although the Xylophone is made from strong plastic, it's actually quite light to hold which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/11 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Santa was super generous this year and brought lots of presents for nine month old Freddy, one of which was this, The ELC My First Xylophone. This was a toy that Mummy and Daddy helped Santa choose as we love doing all sorts of creative activities with Freddy and he loves music. When Santa bought this it cost the princely sum of £15 but it's currently available in the ELC for a very reasonable £7.50. What Can You Play? This battery operated xylophone is a good size at 33cm x 15cm and fits nicely on Freddy's high chair tray, meaning that he can play with it while waiting for his dinner to be cooked. The main body is a pale blue and is made of a ... Read the complete review
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