Inspire Your Budding Pianist with a Schoenhut My First Piano {Giveaway}

One thing that I have learned as a parent is the fact that I took my parents for granted.  I never realized everything that went into raising a family.  Growing up my parents always went above and beyond the call of duty.  They did everything from playing cab driver to volunteering at school functions (and everything in between).

I remember so vividly as a child going to piano lessons during the summer, the lessons were fun, it was the practice at home I didn’t like.  I wish that I would have realized the opportunity they were giving me instead of thinking ‘why is she making me do this.’    Part of my problem was, I had never been exposed to any type of musical instrument until that summer.  I believe that if I would have been introduced to it when I was very little, I would have grown up loving it.


With the Schoenhut  18 Key My First Piano now you can introduce your baby to a musical instrument before they even begin to walk.   We received the precious red toy piano and my children were thrilled.  As you can see from the picture they were both playing on it at the same time.  It is the perfect height for both of my children to sit on the floor and play it.  Although no one in my family can play a tune we have had fun trying to play a song.   My First Piano comes with Schoenhut’s play-by-color teaching method and comes with removable color strips that fit behind the keys to guide your little one’s fingers from chord to chord.  Also included is a Songbook containing some of your favorite tunes.

The learning system is designed to make learning fun and simple.  I have to admit, I think I had just as much fun as the children did trying to play different songs.  The width of the keys are specifically design to encourage the correct finger placement to make transition from the My First Piano to a large piano.  With Christmas right around the corner, this would make a perfect gift for that special youngster in your life.  The Schoenhut 18 Key My First Piano retails for $55-65.

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This post is the opinion of Beth of Experimental Mommy.  While a sample was received to facilitate this review, all opinions remain 100% honest.


  1. Marie Oetzel says:

    I was terrible but I had a keyboard.

  2. Jennifer Peaslee says:

    No…I remember in elementary school where they were starting to take new people for band…we didnt have enough money to buy an instrument so I never got to join

  3. i played piano and clarinet :)

  4. shanta spradlin says:

    I played the violin

  5. Kellie Conklin says:

    No! I wish I did, I think it is amazing when children can play any type of instrument and I love the appreciation for music they have.

  6. carol lewis says:

    I sang and then also took piano and guitar lessons. The grandkids would get a kick out of this!

  7. Laura Proctor Unger says:

    No, I really wish I had though. I always wanted to play the violin.

  8. juliette moire says:

    i played the piano :-)

  9. Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    No i did not play any instrument as a child

  10. amy deeter says:

    i played the piano

  11. Jessica A says:

    Yes, I have played violin, piano and obeo since I was young.

  12. I played the piano. (I’m so glad my parents forced me to keep practicing and taking lessons!)

  13. susan smoaks says:

    i played the clarinet

  14. Laurie Emerson says:

    I played the piano and violin.
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

  15. jeanne conner says:

    Yes, the flute..

  16. Leslie L. Stanziani says:

    I never did but wanted to play the piano.

  17. Beverly Metcalf says:

    No, but I always wanted to learn to play the piano. Thanks.

  18. I played both the piano and the flute. Great experience

  19. Yeah but I didn’t stick with any of them!

  20. Secret Burkheiser says:

    I played the piano.

  21. I played the trombone

  22. Sarah Harding says:

    in middle school i played the clarinet in band

  23. Sarah Yurga says:

    yes, sax

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