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Music is universal. It stimulates creativity, individuality and self-expression in everyone.
Complete with a smiley-face maraca and a World of Eric Carle The Very Hungry Caterpillar™ tambourine and Jingle Bell Stick, this attractively designed musical band, will appeal to both the young, and the young at heart. All three instruments are easily activated with their respective switches (included), which also activate lots and lots of brightly colored LEDs that dance to the beat.
Our Music Center is not only a fun, entertaining way to demonstrate cause and effect, but it also encourages active engagement and auditory and visual attention.
The Music Center requires 6 C batteries (not included). We recommend using Duracell or Energizer alkaline batteries only. Other types of batteries supply lower voltage and the unit may not perform properly. Do not use rechargeable batteries and never mix old and new or different brands or types of batteries.
The battery compartments are located on the bottom of the toy. Remove the battery covers and install 6 C batteries, paying attention to battery polarity. Replace the battery covers and secure them with the screws.
Flip the “ON/OFF” switch on the bottom of the unit to the “ON” position and you are ready to play. When you are finished, turn the switch back to the “OFF” position.
If the tambourine does not function correctly. Replace the batteries paying close attention to polarity.
If the drumstick does not hit the tambourine, or is hitting it too hard or getting stuck, gently bend the spring on the drumstick to an optimal position for striking.
If you will not be using the drum for an extended amount of time, remove the batteries.
The Music Center can be wiped clean with any household multi-purpose cleaner and disinfectant.
Do not use abrasive cleaners, as they may scratch the surface.
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This specialized device has been developed for use by people with disabilities.
It should not be used without prior knowledge and consent of a guardian or professional who is qualified to assess the abilities and limitations of the individual using the device.