Rocking Musical Chicken and Roaring Musical Tiger Review (The Manhattan Toy Company)

Rocking Musical Chicken and Roaring Musical Tiger
What It Is

Rock and roar with two animal-themed musical toys from The Manhattan Toy Company. These wooden toys help little ones explore different musical instruments and sounds, while also keeping them busy.

The Rocking Musical Chicken features bright colors and five musical instrument/activities. There is a cymbal on the chicken's head, a five-bar xylophone, two spaces for holding the wooden mallets, flapping wings that double as drums, and a removable tail that doubles as a maraca.

The Roaring Musical Tiger has similar musical activities, with a cymbal on its head, a five-bar xylophone, space for storing two mallets, two translucent side drums, and a removable tiger tail maraca.

Is It Fun?

These are cute wooden toys that will engage babies and toddlers in creative music play, while also helping them develop fine motor skills. 

Who It’s For

The Rocking Musical Chicken is for ages 12 months and up, while the Roaring Musical Lion is for ages 18 months and up. We're not sure why there is a difference in age range, despite both products essentially having the same features.

What To Be Aware Of

Both of these toys are surface wash only.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy