Best baby musical toys according to redditors

We found 101 Reddit comments discussing the best baby musical toys. We ranked the 52 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Baby Musical Toys:

u/Enzeroth_ · 17 pointsr/videos

I have an Otamatone and they're not expensive at all. You just have to buy the right one.

u/Grkgdss00 · 11 pointsr/beyondthebump

Not that model, but I have this asshole which is just as annoying!!

u/Spivsy · 10 pointsr/Hatfilms
u/Jennsachi · 8 pointsr/beyondthebump

Haha I have ideas but they’re not entirely for newborns:

music activity table

Ikea play tunnel

Matching tent

bouncing horse

Pillow Pets

Here’s some just awful toys my daughter has gotten:

Evil duck

Demonic Sesame Street toy

thanks I hate it talking bear

Pretty much any V Tech toy to be honest.

I’d have a harder time naming toys my daughter actually enjoys to be honest. :|

u/hilandhall · 7 pointsr/vinyl

ive read that these new ones are just playing digital files.
see reviews...

u/boobsmolester · 7 pointsr/videos

It's about $30.



u/TheWhiskeySour · 5 pointsr/Parenting

THIS It's a rapping goose and it's absolutely the most obnoxious thing I've ever had the misfortune of encountering.

u/15madhatter · 5 pointsr/Parenting

Depends on your child's development I guess, but at 6 months my daughter was trying to pull herself up, and her favorite toy from then on until she was 18 months was an activity table that had lots of little doors and noise makers attached. She could pull herself up and play with the toys on the table while practicing her walking and balance.

Edit: this is the one we had, but they have more or less expensive options.

u/cssmythe3 · 5 pointsr/funny

Go buy one: link

3d scan 'em.
Mix in match in a 3d modelling program, use a 3d printer.

Like this guy who has already done it.

u/Way2square2behip · 4 pointsr/ifttt

Yeah, seems like some of the objects in the UI have always been oversized. It’s like they copied toys for toddlers. The issues you describe are not limited to PCs. An applet will not fit on the full screen of a 12.9” iPad if you hold it in landscape orientation. Worse, the app wastes lots of space when you list your applets. If they made good use of screen space, you should be able to see about 2x the number of applets on screen.

Having said that, the browser version gives you at least 2 things you cannot get through the applet;

  1. A list of a services triggers and actions without having to connect to the service.
  2. A link to “Edit on the platform”.
u/Arentak · 4 pointsr/Parenting

For our firstborn, we had a self-moving electronic ball. You turn it on, and it makes noise and rolls, and the kid wants to follow it. This one.

u/JuiceBoxedFox · 4 pointsr/beyondthebump

Singing worked well for us. I’ve also heard people rave about this glow work toy for car rides.

u/-My_Other_Account- · 4 pointsr/breakingmom

We got my 1 year old one of these on her birthday. She adores it. It is $6.98 on Amazon right now if you have prime.

u/ChrisC1234 · 3 pointsr/nostalgia

They're currently being remade, but I don't think the inner workings are the same.

u/AwesomeAndy · 3 pointsr/shutdownfullcast

My friend, for a mere $26, there is nothing funnier than a Paul Stanley Otamatone

u/bedlamunicorn · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

Toys my son has loved:

Baby Einstein Musical Toy

Baby Einstein Musical Table (you can tip it on its side or take the legs off)

Little Tikes Activity Treehouse (this one is 6mo+ but has essentially a disco ball-like light in it)

u/mybratz · 3 pointsr/RandomActsOfChristmas

Beados - Girls $13.09

Fisher Price Laugh and Learn Puppy - Toddler $12.00

Crayola Paint Maker - Both $12.00

Let's Go Fishin' - Both $9.12

Spot it! Disney Frozen - Alphabet - Girl $8.49

Funko POP Disney: Frozen Elsa Action Figure - Girl $7.89

A few more :) There's actually loads of awesome deals on Amazon right now. Merry Christmas everybody!

u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/vinyl

Apparently they reintroduced that model because you can get them brand new off amazon. I'm pretty sure that's the same one I had back in the 80's too.

u/norwaypine · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

Baby Einstein has always been magic for us. That and we had one of those standing tables with lots of noise makers :

LeapFrog Learn & Groove Musical Table

That would entertain him for a long long time

u/cbass411 · 3 pointsr/daddit

Does she have something in her room that makes noise or has a light? We've had a white noise machine running in my sons room since he was born. He has also had a glow worm in his crib with him since he was probably your daughters age.

u/El-Kurto · 3 pointsr/Parenting

Totally agree. We got this fisher price toy piano (Amazon link, not an affiliate link) and it has been the best music toy I have ever seen for kids. All of the notes are in tune and there are settings where the keys make normal piano sounds and where they trigger a recorded voice (on pitch!) that sings in solfedge. I wish it had more than one octave and that it played any notes outside of the C Major scale, but it's still very good. We also keep a cheap normal electric keyboard plugged in nearby so we can play together sometimes, and the kids sometimes play on it too.

Ours has survived 3 kids and my almost 5-year old (the oldest) still uses it. She plays music along with me and can pick out tunes from nursery rhymes on the keyboard or vocally using fixed-Do solfedge. I've only needed to change the batteries twice. I cannot recommend it highly enough.

I would also advise you to stay away from instruments that can't be tuned (unless they are already on pitch and cannot lose it) or instruments that won't hold pitch long unless you plan to retune frequently. Examples of instruments that frequently have these problems include: recorders, harmonicas, whistles, ukuleles, and xylophones (that doesn't mean these are automatically bad, just that these instruments have a high percentage of poorly performing products for kids). Cheap pianos toys also frequently have a number of problems.

Cheap and toy instruments vary dramatically. If you know a lot about music, check before you buy. If you don't, avoid them or enlist a trusted advisor.

u/unloco · 3 pointsr/Parenting

One of those? Our baby has one but it won't turn on or talk for me or my wife. I've only seen it work when I walk into a room and it's alone with our daughter. I always thought that was weird as shit.

u/TeacherladyKim2007 · 3 pointsr/Parenting

This ball is demonic - it would go off on it's own, rolling around and making noise. Baby loved it, husband hated it.

u/Crafty2006 · 3 pointsr/RandomKindness

So my son turns one on Dec 17 and is going to have a Star Wars themed birthday.. We are going to try and get his birthday presents seperate from his Christmas present but we will see how the money goes. It would be awesome if he could get a bunch of educational and coordination toys.. with some Star Wars ships for his birthday!! Hes also starting to walk so hed love walking stuff!

I listed a few things we were going to try and get him..

u/MagicUnicorn123 · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

My mom got my son these. It's a set of three toys that teach numbers and colors in English and Spanish. They're also good because we give our son the big red one when he reaches for the TV remote control. It's similar enough to fool him now.

u/baconandicecreamyum · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

I really want this: Vtech Bizzy the Robot). I think my daughter would have loved it and it looks like a better version of the Fisher Price Beatbo. She loves loves loves dancing.

This [arch] ( was a hit. I got it for $20 used.

u/oOoOa · 2 pointsr/Gifts

Sorry but I have no idea what's the best thing to gift to a 1 yr old. Toys comes into mind but there are so many of them that recommending any 1 would not be possible. Anyway I did some Google search, read a few articles, checked out the reviews and selected these 5

u/RomeroChick26 · 2 pointsr/Parenting

My 1 year old loves this :

Also, toys that make music in general.

u/LostLittleOnes · 2 pointsr/parentsofmultiples

My kids love -
This car

Busy Box

Stacking cups, & rings

Clothes in the next size up.

Spin and Giggle Giraffe

Spin and Sing Alphabet Zoo

Tent/Ball pit set

u/AstarteHilzarie · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

Your kid is literally my kid except he doesn't go to daycare. We just loop around the different rooms and stations all day. He has a stand and play music station that he totally loves, it stays in his playyard which is a decent amount of space for him to crawl and cruise around in with a billion toys and teethers to choose from, but most of the time he just stands at the piano thing and smacks the buttons. That is by far the thing that keeps him happy the longest.

You may also be interested in it has all kinds of information about development and has tons od activity ideas based on age. Take it with a grain of salt, though... I was so gung ho about getting down on the floor with him and getting involved with his stacking toys.... he was more interested in climbing my shoulders, digging into the carpet, or chasing the dog's tail. They do have good information and ideas but... baby gonna baby.

u/kcrbacon · 2 pointsr/childfree

My husband and I do the same thing- we're kind of known for being the family pranksters, haha. When my sister-in-law had her first kid, I Googled the most obnoxious toys and came up with this. The buttons are so sensitive that it tends to go off on its own (which gets really creepy when you hear "I love you!" coming from a room with no one in it).

u/klarky7 · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

We have the fisher price table u/sneakybunghole (quality name btw!) suggested and we also have the leap frog music table and she loves both of them! She hasn't lost interest, she's been using them since she started pulling up at 7mos and is almost 11mos now.

u/yaknerd · 2 pointsr/FortNiteBR

only thing it plays on is...
fisher price record player

u/LittleHelperRobot · 2 pointsr/breakingmom

Non-mobile: one of these

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u/GWindborn · 2 pointsr/AskParents

How much do you want to annoy the parents? :D

My daughter is 2.5 and she adored anything with lights and sound. This is something that could grow with her for at least a couple years but might drive her parents insane in the process, so if that's a plus for you, its a no brainer:

u/Nearah · 1 pointr/randomgifts

72 Otomatone! I'm feeling creatively frustrated, these are cool yet very annoying.

u/dannysisterclothes · 1 pointr/vinyl
u/participation_award · 1 pointr/Music

I know this thread is mostly about what music to play for your child but I thought I'd add that you can still get the fisher price kid friendly phonographs on amazon or ebay that are pretty indestructible...

I LOVED mine as a kid and not only were the songs familiar to me because my parents sung them or I heard them in pre-school, I was in control of the gadget and could play any song I wanted to. Think about something like this (I'm sure someone makes updated hipper versions) when your child gets agile enough. It helps with dexterity and let's them control their little worlds with fun. Example link:

u/Medwynd · 1 pointr/boardgames

My son had something similar but it wasnt a game so much. You would put the balls on the center circle and they would bounce around and then fall out of its mouth.

What krztoff posted seems to be a newer version of it with some added functionality.

Fisher-Price Go Baby Go Poppity-Pop Musical Dino

u/hollamolla · 1 pointr/AnimalsBeingDerps

it’s this! this!

it’s a kids toy but the dogs like playing with it

u/Alliebeth · 1 pointr/Parenting

There's the Fisher-Price dog. It's similar but not nearly as cool as Scout. My son has both and Scout is absolute favorite!

u/julet1815 · 1 pointr/Parenting

This inspired my niece to take an interest in standing.

u/icepixie14 · 1 pointr/Parenting

Also she got a tea set and loves that thing still at 2. Plays with it almost every day

u/larbearforpresident · 1 pointr/FFXV

New Otamatone Touch-Sensitive Electronic Musical Instrument Special English Edition - (White) shows the English version is only 25 that's weird

u/sparklekitteh · 1 pointr/NewParents

Our pediatrician's take was that walkers with wheels are dangerous because baby could get into trouble-- falling down stairs, getting into things they shouldn't, that sort of thing.

Technically, exersaucers aren't recommended either, but our ped's advice was that "as long as you're smart about it" and only use it for limited periods of time with full supervision, it can be good exercise. Don't leave baby in it for more than fifteen minutes at a time, but it can be a fine distraction while you're putting away groceries or whatever.

How about an activity table? Those are great for kids who are just starting to move around. You can leave them with the legs off to play with during tummy time, prop them on two legs to play while sitting up, and then they can stand and play when it's fully assembled.

u/redtens · 1 pointr/ToolBand

I thought it was this thing lol

u/agentskippy · 1 pointr/daddit

Fisher-Price Bright Beats Smart Touch Play Space

(No idea if affiliate link, not intended anyway, just copy/pasted from the Amazon app)

The music is very upbeat. The vocals sound just like Tracer from Overwatch which is... Well it helped me get used to it anyway. :-)

u/perdiitax · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Our 2 year old boy loves books and anything that plays music. The Fisher Price Baby Grand Piano is a big hit at our house.

u/80sMidwestMom · 1 pointr/Gifts

At 1, you never know what they'll like. Unless it makes an annoying noise. . . . then they are guaranteed to love it. The louder the better. My kid has this and this and loved them both. Make sure you include batteries.

u/ladyhallow · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/PriceKnight · 1 pointr/amazondealsus

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u/Phileas_Fogg · 1 pointr/Parenting

A table with numbers from 1 to 10, and the alphabet.

Activity Table

The kid will simply use it to prop themselves up, while learning to walk, and then to make noises. Then one day they will know the alphabet without even trying.

u/Girthw0rm · 1 pointr/Parenting

VTech toys are solid and are pretty inexpensive and kids like the lights and songs. I'm not sure how much it helped him, but I feel like my son tried a little harder to chase the Crawl Baby Ball around while he was learning to crawl.

u/bulldog4083 · 1 pointr/daddit

I may have to pick up some ping pong balls, we have a Fisher-Price Poppity Pop Muscial Dino that came with different colored balls, that when you put them inside, they start popping in and out, and he loves it, I would recommend it!

u/Soxbee · 1 pointr/SantasLittleHelpers

My sweet girl Layla

Would love this Fisher-Price Bright Beats Smart Touch Play Space

This is her wishlist

u/ThePolemicist · 0 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

I guess your family is a little different. I drew my sister's name for our grab bag. We do it through an app that lets people list ideas for gifts. I put that my interests are baking and reading. She put, "Here's a link to the boots I want in size 7." I mean, she's a teacher and lives with her boyfriend who has a great job. I know she could buy her own pair of boots. So, basically, the gift exchange seems stupid. I don't get to think about what she'd like or anything.

It's much more fun to pick out a gift for a kid because they aren't as jaded. They don't say, "Just give me a gift card." I got my nephew (who is a toddler) a dinosaur that shoots out plastic balls. It's basically like playing fetch with your kid. link