My kids are in love with Fun. That’s the cool indie pop band that just took home two Grammys, including one for song of the year. I can’t quite put my finger on their latest musical obsession. (I’m just thankful for the reprieve from Katy Perry.) Maybe it’s because my 4-year-old likes the rockin’ electric guitar; it may explain why I sometimes catch her playing air guitar in the privacy of her room–and how I am then ushered out (you know how temperamental those creative artists can be). Well, if she can’t master the fancy finger work of Jack Antonoff, she can certainly have “fun” (hah!) trying. Or, better yet, I can set her up with a bubble-blowing instrument of her. You read that right: Little Kids has come out with the Fubbles No Spill Bubble Guitar that is bound to get budding entertainers excited about making music in a whole new way. As players press each of the guitar’s three buttons, they’ll hear different rhythms. Combine that with strumming the strings to add some melody, they’ll be jammin’ in no time. But the experience enters a whole other level when they hit another button that launches a stream of bubbles out of the guitar’s neck. (You can also turn off the sound for bubble-blowing play only.) Now that’s some serious pop music making!
In a Nutshell: Get ready to rock–and pop–with a bubble-blowing guitar that takes center stage at playtime.