John Crane makes electronic learning move

The wood specialist goes plastic with Symphony in B, a toy which teaches music making.
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Very different from its usual ranges of wooden toys, John Crane introduces Symphony in B, an electronic music toy made from plastic.

The product includes 13 musical instruments, which can be stored in a compartment in the back, as well as a choice of 15 songs that can be mixed around.

Children can use up to six of the instruments and place them in the orchestra pit to hear them play together and then move them around to produce different sounds. The toy also contains a mix and match feature, which lights up to help teach children about the different sections that the instruments belong to, such as woodwind, brass, percussion or strings.

Additionally, the toy allows children to record their own music and then listen back to it. A book is included which contains teacher’s notes, as well as different composers and lyrics, too. 

This product is suitable for children aged three to 13.

John Crane: 01604 774949


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