Casio Keyboard for Young Musicians

publication date: Apr 5, 2024
author/source: Anne Coates

Casio SA-50 KeyboardMany years ago I bought my daughter a Casio Keyboard. It was a last minute purchase for Christmas as my original present was faulty and couldn't be replaced. It was one of my best ever purchases and I only replaced it for a larger version when my daughter was studying music GCSE! In fact I think I still have the original one somewhere.

Casio is a name you can absolutely trust and I was delighted to be able to review their smallest keyboard, the Casio SA-50, for the latest addition to our family. In my opinion you can never be too young to make music and Lizzie proved me right. At just one year old she's absolutely fascinated by her green and white keyboard.

At first she banged her little hands on the keys but it wasn't long before she was using one finger at a time and experimenting with all the buttons she could push. She adores the drums and her little face is a picture of pure delight when she presses a button for a song. She loves jigging up and down to the music.

I foresee years of fun and experimentation ahead and my teenage granddaughter loves it too! 

The Casio SA-50 Mini Keyboard is perfect for young children. It is robust and solidly made. As your child grows they can explore more of its functions:

  • 32 mini keys make playing easy, even for small hands
  • 100 tones sampled from real instruments, including Grand Piano
  • 50 Drum Beats include pops, ballad, dance and more
  • 10 Favourite traditional songs to play along to
  • Weighs just 1kg
  • Requires 6 AA batteries (not included)
  • Optional AD-E95100L power adapter available.
  • 2 Year UK Warranty.
  • FREE UK Delivery 

PWT rating: ♥♥♥♥♥

When you buy any Casio keyboard you can enrol your child (from age four) to learn to play for free with Rhythm Warriors. Learn more about this offer here.