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The Stirring Xylophone is perfectly sized for small hands to grasp and play. It features a smooth handle that is shaped for easy holding. Stir the included wooden mallet around inside the xylophone to create soft, soothing sounds as it plays off of the bars. Crafted from chemical free rubberwood with a non-toxic, clear-coat finish over German-made, VOC free water-based paint.
At Green Tones we believe that every child is born with an innate musicality and through proper nurturing music will grow in your child. Scientific studies show that music is not only fun but beneficial for critical cognitive development in children.
Imagine a thick forest with no clear pathways through it - this is like the developing brain of a child. Now visualise the pathway being forged, neurologically, every time you musically interact with your child. The "music channel" is similar to the "language channel" in the sense that it needs to be stimulated every day in order for it to grow and be strong.
As one of the oldest professional musical instrument companies, we believe that every day is a good day for music play. At Green Tones we are passionate about providing a musical foundation with a focus on incorporating the highest quality eco-friendly woods that are sustainably produced, beautiful to see and feel and safe for your child. From sustainable products to sustainable packaging to giving 1% of our profits to groups caring for the environment, we are committed to doing the right thing for you, your child and the planet our children will inherit.
Green Tones is owned by Hohner, Inc., the professional musical instrument company established in 1857. As part of a company with such a long-standing tradition of musical excellence, Green Tones maintains the Hohner heritage of encouraging active music making through the use of engaging, safe, high-quality child-centred instruments.
This product contains small parts and is a choking hazard so not suitable for children under 3 years old.