Features a large LCD screen, so it's easy to select between the 100 keyboard sounds, 100 rhythms, and 50 demo songs. We love the teaching mode, which is ideal for beginner players. Comes with a comfortable padded stool, an adjustable stand, and headphones for quiet practice.
A handful of users have issues with the sound quality degrading over time.
This basic 49-key keyboard is just the right size for kids to handle. Keyboard is animated, making it kid-friendly. Comes with a USB cable, so you can attach it to your computer to use the included interactive instructional CD-ROM. Also features a bonus DVD.
The keyboard is of poorer quality than others at a similar price point.
The low price of this keyboard makes it a great starter for children who aren't yet sure if they want to commit to learning. Has 10 tones and rhythms to choose from. Has 54 keys and is easy to play. Features a mic for singing along to the songs you're playing or for recording.
Limited in keyboard sounds and rhythms. Most kids are likely to want to move on to a bigger, better keyboard before long.
37 keys light up. Chunky and durable enough to stand up to wear and tear from preschoolers. Features a selection of instrument sounds, drum sounds, animal sounds, and rhythms. Comes with a microphone that allows you to record sounds, which you can then play back.
Too basic for older children.
Stands out for its mini keys, which are perfect for small hands. Features 100 keyboard sounds and 50 rhythm patterns. You can make use of the five percussion pads. The 10 rehearsal tunes let you practice songs of different styles.
Some buyers report issues with sound quality if you adjust the volume too frequently.
We purchase every product we review with our own funds — we never accept anything from product manufacturers.