First Act Discovery Ukulele {Review & Giveaway}

When Daisy started the new school term in September she was thrilled to hear that her class would be learning how to play an instrument. Her class is leaning to play keyboards at the moment and she’s loving it. She has always loved music, dancing and clapping along to daddy playing his guitar from a very young age. Daisy has always wanted to follow in her dad’s footsteps by learning the guitar so when a First Act Discovery Ukulele by Jazwares arrived for her to review she was very excited.

The First Act Discovery Ukulele has been specially designed for kids to get that authentic ukulele sound. The guitar-style tuning gears and nylon strings keep the ukulele in tune and sounding great. We have very kindly been given an extra First Act Discovery to giveaway to one of our lucky readers too ! Read our review then enter the giveaway using the gleam app at the end.

First Act kids ukulele black with blue stars

The First Act Discovery Ukulele is available in two designs, Black with blue stars and White with blue butterflies. They both have a traditional soprano-size body which is the perfect size for kids.

The nylon strings are nice and easy for kids to strum, they are soft, flexible and make a nice sound when played.

tuning gears in first act ukulele kids

Daisy couldn’t wait to pick up her new ukulele and learn how to play. Daddy tuned it for her and away she went, strumming the cords and singing along to her own tune. Luckily we have daddy on hand who has been playing guitar for over twenty years, he has been teaching Daisy the basics. She has been getting used to holding the ukulele in the right position and learning all about chords.

Kids can benefit so much from learning to play an instrument, it’s great for improving coordination, memory and perseverance. It also creates a sense of achievement which is fantastic for self-esteem. Learning to play an instrument can seem like a creative pursuit but it’s actually a really good all round learning experience, incorporating maths, reading and comprehension skills too.

girl with kids ukulele

The ukulele is really good quality and very easy for Daisy to hold and play. I love that it looks exactly like an authentic ukulele and not at all toy like.

girl with kids ukulele

girl with glasses smiling holding ukulele

Daisy loves her new ukulele, we will definitely be getting Jake one once he’s a little older too.

What We Loved About The First Act Discovery Ukulele 

  • That the ukulele can be tuned easily
  • The flexible nylon strings
  • The design
  • You get a good quality sound
  • That it’s the perfect size for kids
  • The great value price

The First Act Discovery Ukulele is suitable for ages 6+ and is available to buy from Smyths and other good toy retailers.

If you would like the chance to win a First Act Discovery Ukulele you can enter the giveaway below using the gleam app. Make sure you pop back daily for an extra bonus entry. Have a read the terms and conditions and best of luck with your entry.

Terms & Conditions

  • Entrants must be over 18 years old.
  • Open to UK entries only.
  • The Closing date is 14.11.2018 11.59pm.
  • The prize is a Floof Builder Set & Mr & Mrs Snowman Set as stated above.
  • The winner will be selected at random from all valid entries and contacted by email.
  • The winner has 14 days to respond failure to do so will result in a new winner being selected.
  • Winner must allow 28 working days for delivery of prize.
  • Please read our privacy policy to understand how we use any data we collect.

Win A First Act Discovery Ukulele

Disclosure: We were sent the First Act Discovery Ukulele free for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. 

85 thoughts on “First Act Discovery Ukulele {Review & Giveaway}

  1. My eldest son is currently learning to play the guitar and my younger son wants to learn to play the drums! My two girls want to play the harp and violin.

  2. well one is learning guitar and one wants to learn drums!!! Hoping i win this so they learn this instead of the drums lol

  3. My sons both play the piano but have said they would love to try the ukulele – I love Eddie Vedder’s ukulele album and listen to it a lot so this may have influenced them!

  4. My four are very musical, we have a violin and guitar so far, and the other two tjink piano and guitar too, would love to win one to help one of they younger learn too

  5. My daughter bought a keyboard with birthday money and she’s been playing on it non stop! She’s also asked for a ukulele and a flute for Xmas.

  6. Honestly my son has been inspired by his grandparents and would love to play the ukulele. His granny goes to ukulele classes each week after choir and his grandad is self-taught!

  7. I’d love them to have an interest in any musical instrument, I wish I had learnt when I was young to play something like the piano or guitar so I’m goi g to encourage them as much as possible so they don’t have regrets

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