Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube

Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube

Munchkin Mozart Magic Cube

At one point or another, every parent has experienced a particularly loud and headache-inducing toddler toy. But believe it or not, there are toys that make beautiful music too. Perfect for all ages, Munchkin’s Mozart Magic Cube inspires creativity and interactive play while teaching how sounds combine to create eight classical music masterpieces by the master composer. With a touch of a button, this interactive cube lets your child add or subtract from any combination of five different instruments, including harp, French horn, piano, flute and violin. Each selected instrument button flashes to the tempo of the music. An orchestra button even plays all the instruments at once. Two volume levels let you choose the right level of sound. The Magic Mozart Cube provides a fun musical foundation for your little one. And that’s music to your ears – in more ways than one. Requires three AA batteries (included).


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Volume Control

Two levels allows you to choose your desired volume.

Add and Subtract

A simple press from your child’s hand activates any of the five instruments.


The orchestra button brings to life all five instruments to create one of eight Mozart masterpieces.

Customer Reviews

We love love this toy! We got it for my son when he was 4 months old and at first he was only entertained with the fact that it made noise but no more than anything else that did. Now that he’s almost 6 months it’s been a new favorite of his. He is learning cause and effect so loves hitting the buttons and making it play, even with his feet when he’s lying down. I also love this toy for the fact that it’s perfect for when babies are learning to sit, my son props himself up on it and plays. Usually he just gets frustrated when he pushes a toy out of reach and ends up bent too far foward to pull himself back up. One of the few toys I would say is actually worth the few extra dollars and is far less annoying to hear repeated over and over than others.











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