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Animal games help kids to hear music.
Budding DJs layer musical tracks and scratch their way to success!
Grandma raises her baton to become the maestro in this medley of fun, music-learning activities.
Lift your hands to conduct, compose, and change great pieces of music.
Kids record their voices singing and watch the film clips with themselves as the Disney princesses, trolls, princes, ice gatherers, or snowmen!
Kids compose music by drawing a path across the screen for a train to follow.
Colorful animals become instruments in this musical app for toddlers.
Five fun activities featuring cute animals inspire kids to get musical.
Featuring three interactive songs and a music creation area, this app is a delightful way to introduce young children to music.
Kids create their own band by dragging quirky musicians on stage and then experiment with orchestration by moving them around to different positions.
If you can feel the beat and your reflexes are quick, this game is a lot of fun to explore. It has a convoluted mystery, and lots for rhythmic mini-games.
Families with preschoolers now have a fun, interactive way to explore music and dance with their kids, using their Nintendo Wii. Kids join muppets Elmo, Abby Cadabby, The Count, and the Honkers to learn about musical instruments and to create music and dance.
This award-winning puzzle game combines light and music in a magical way.
A rhythm game on the Wii filled with over 50 mini-games that challenge you to keep the beat in zany and unusual circumstances.