You probably know how much fun karaoke can be. Introduce your kids, whether they’re babies or 10 years old, to the freeing concept with toy microphones. They can sing their little hearts out or simply gurgle into it. There are different toy microphones for each age and for each purpose. Maybe you’re just giving your baby a chance to sing along with nursery rhymes through a cushy mic and engage their senses. Or you’re throwing a party for your kids and mic party favors are on the menu. Whatever the case, we’ve rounded up the best toy microphones for you.
These microphones are durable in their own unique way. They’re designed with your kids in mind. The sellers know that they will be dropping the mics—but not in a cool way. You don’t want a mic that will smash into a dozen pieces, because of your child’s slippery grip. One of our picks is actually inflatable, so that won’t break when you drop it. But it is resistant to squeezing and isn’t easy to pop. There’s a karaoke-grade microphone on this list that will even tune your child’s voice, making singing time more bearable if they don’t always have the most melodious voice.
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1. My First Play Toy Microphone
Teach your kids to become singing superstars early with this toy mic for babies and toddlers. The bright multi-colored microphone has a plush top, a plastic middle and a textured teether on the bottom. This mic can play all sorts of musical instruments, nursery rhymes and funny sound effects. It also has a bright yellow star that lights up when your baby plays. It’s meant for babies three months and older.
2. Kicko 10.5 Inch Wireless Inflatable Microphone
If your kid loves music and wants to have a party worthy of a young rockstars, consider getting these inflatable mics. The kids can pretend that they’re performing a concert or doing karaoke. These lightweight mics look pretty realistic with the “on” and “off” switches. The set of 12 gives you three color options, blue, purple or pink. You can use these mics again and again—just deflate them when you’re done playing.
3. Karaoke Microphone For Kids Age 4-12
This wireless mic gives your kiddo an opportunity to turn into a pop star—for karaoke, at least. It has a built-in audio processor and a tuning system, so your child’s voice will be smoothed out by this microphone. You can connect this durable mic to a speaker via Bluetooth or cable cord, allowing you to sync your child up with the song they want to sing. It comes in purple, rose gold, gold and blue.