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Kidi Super Star

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Developmental Benefits

Creative Play
Creative Play
Independent Play
Independent Play
Musical Creativity
Musical Creativity

Developmental Benefits

Kidi Super Star

Creative Play
  • Use imagination in a variety of ways and contexts to communicate ideas
  • When children engage in creative play they are showing that they have the ability to produce something new and original. Children benefit from opportunities where they are free to use their imagination and explore. In order for creative play to occur children need to be in an environment that is rich in stimulation. Curiousity will drive children to take part in creative play.
    Creative play is different from other forms of play; it enables children to develop confidence in their own abilities as they begin to think and work independently. Games and activities that provide choices and also a number of alternative solutions encourage a certain amount of risk-taking. Games with alternative answers can lead children to think creatively and differently. Children need encouragement to play and think creatively. Opportunities to engage in creative play boost children’s confidence and enable them to come up with better ideas. Children benefit from the knowledge they gain through creative play.
Independent Play
  • Games and voice prompts allow children to control the pace.
  • Early play in infants tends to be solitary or takes place alongside other children. Young children learn how to interact with other children through play but they can also explore and learn independently. The initial play experience for infants is when they begin to explore through moving and acting upon the world. Many toys offer infants the opportunity to learn more about their world. Young children will sometimes act out some aspect of their lives e.g. going to the shops and then they involve their toys in these activities. These young children are playing independently but they are also reinforcing their understanding of the social world by acting out scenarios.
    Young children can consolidate their existing skills by repeating actions whilst playing a game. Learning to play independently has its benefits, for instance, children using an educational game can control their own pace. Children sometimes choose to work independently in order to build up their confidence. Toys and computer games that facilitate independent activity at the right level for the child enhance problem solving skills and increase hand and eye coordination. Although cooperative play increases during childhood, children still spend the equivalent amount of time in solitary or independent play.
Musical Creativity
  • Enhances musical skills with music and sound activities.
  • Babies are sensitive to sound patterns early in life and respond emotionally to voices. Even before they are born infants detect and monitor sound to a certain extent. During the second half of their first year babies are particularly sensitive to differences in beat and rhythm. Music is a complex form of auditory stimulation that is linked to human movement. Infants are drawn to music and are very good at being able to discern different musical structures. In a recent survey we found that parents often choose a particular traditional nursery, for example twinkle, twinkle little star, because of the gestures linked to the song. Babies love music and nursery rhymes that have plenty of repetition and gestures.
    Children also love to experiment with music. Toys that allow children to create their own tunes facilitate learning. Children can learn about a wide variety of sounds and tempo. They can also learn about the sounds of different musical instruments through pressing keys on a musical toy. Children who grow up in the Western world tend to be exposed to the typical even-beat pattern of Western music. There is a link between learning, singing and rhythm that is related to the type of culture that children grow up in. Musical creativity can be nurtured through the infant’s and child’s exposure to music, musical toys and instruments.
  • Sing along to all your favourite songs via a 3.5mm jack iPod/Mp3 connection
  • Remove the main vocal track of your songs using the amazing Music Magic feature
  • Change the sound of your voice with the cool built-in microphone effects
  • Includes fun rhythmic games and tongue twisters
  • Comes with a built-in colourful disco light with various styles that you can choose
  • Record yourself singing up to 4 minutes and add in different sound effects
Best for ages:
6+ Years
Highlights
Sing to your favourite tunes without the main vocals using Music Magic! Built-in microphone effects, games, record yourself and more!
Description
Ever wanted to be a Super Star? Well now you can with Kidi Super Star! Sing along to all your favourite tracks and use the amazing Music Magic feature to remove the main vocals from your songs! Kidi Super Star can even change the sound of your voice with its built-in microphone effects! That’s not all; Kidi Super Star comes with loads of cool, interactive features; select different lighting styles for the colourful disco light, play fun rhythmic games and master tricky tongue twisters! You can even record yourself singing and add in different sound effects! Now you’re a real Super Star!
  • Product Number: 80-178503
  • 4 x A Batteries Required

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