from Hasbro



Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

What It Is

Kids can interact with music with Maestro-Bot, new in the Alphie Databots line from Hasbro. Maestro-Bot is a musical playmate with a keyboard in its tummy. There are three modes of play: Find It, Explore, and Song. Kids can play along with "Mary Had a Little Lamb," "Three Blind Mice," and "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star" by matching the colors on Maestro-Bot's head with the colors on the keyboard. Kids can also create their own music. Up to 20 notes can be recorded and there are eight different instrument sounds.

Why It’s Fun

Maestro-Bot is a great way to introduce preschoolers to music, colors, shapes, patterns, and sequencing. The toy is colorful and cute, plus it's small enough for kids to bring on the go.

Who It’s For

The suggested age for Maestro-Bot is 3 and up, but we think kids near the lower end of this range will enjoy exploring and playing with Maestro-Bot the most.

What to Be Aware of

Three AAA batteries are required and included.

The keyboard on Maestro-Bot is not a full piano keyboard. This toy will not teach your child to play the piano. But kids will be engaged with the music as they explore colors, shapes, and more.