The 10 Best Piano Keyboards For Kids

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This wiki has been updated 21 times since it was first published in October of 2018. Your kids are going to make noise, so it might as well be something pleasant. If you don't want to commit to having a full upright piano in your home, have them start out on one of these keyboards. Even if they're not ready for serious practice, there's loads of fun to be had with included beats and recorded songs. While you're at it, it may be wise to invest in headphones and/or earplugs, too. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. VTech Record & Learn

2. Woby Musical

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3. Play22 Playmat

Editor's Notes

October 30, 2018:

Added options for younger children looking to play around as well as some for more advanced students. Those serious about piano will likely want to move to a full-size "real" option before long, so these choices are largely about entertainment value. To that end, bright colors and flashing lights are given high marks, as they can keep a child's attention, though the ability to continue learning is what sets apart the best units here.

4. RockJam 61-key

5. Fisher-Price Teaching Keys

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6. Casio SA76

7. Goplus Wood Toy Grand

8. Emedia My Piano Starter Pack

9. Korg tinyPiano

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