Saturday, 16 November 2019

Making our own music with Halilit Toddler Music Orchestra {Review}

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We all know about the X factor but this year we are working with Halilit and other bloggers to share the #AwFactor!


Scarlet has taken a real liking to music lately and it doesn't matter if its a made up song or a number one hit she's dancing along to. Which is why I was so excited to be joining in with the #AwFactor for Halilit. We have been testing out the new Halilit Toddler Music Orchestra which has just launched. Inside you can find a rattle roller, shaker maraca, bell shaker, ocean drum, baby xylophone (with beater) and a music sheet with 4 songs to play.


Scarlet was immediately drawn to the Baby Xylophone and music sheet. The Xylophone is accurately tuned making it a fantastic first instrument for children to enjoy and learn with. I loved that the music sheet follows the colours of the keys as well as the notes which are also on the xylophone along either side of the keys. Scarlet had so much fun playing along to jingle bells and more. It's been a real hit and she has even had my mum playing with her!


I was really surprised by how much Scarlet enjoyed the Rattle Roller, she was able to hold on and play pretty easily and she loves the sound it makes. The click clacking sound is the loudest sound from the whole set but is still fairly soft when you think of instruments. To play you simply roll it along your hand or even on the floor (on carpet).


I think my favourite of the instruments in the Halilit Toddler Music Orchestra is the Ocean Drum. Which is a small flat drum with a rounded rim perfect for little hands to hold. Inside it contains small coloured plastic balls which roll around when shaken. It has such a beautiful sound whichever way you want to play it, shaking or tapping. The Ocean Drum has a professional skin on top which is strong and helps create this wonderful clear sound.

Each of the five instruments in the Toddler Music Orchestra is perfect for small hands with handles and smooth surfaces. I love that the hand held instruments make soft sounds and are easy to use without much force. Scarlet has loved being able to just grab one and play in her own way without any real help.

The bright, creative appearance of each piece in the Orchestra Set from Halilit is attractive and interesting to capture young minds. The set would make the perfect present this Christmas for small children who love to explore, dance and make music

You can purchase the Halilit Toddler Music Orchestra for £34.

Do you have any small children on your Christmas list this year?






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