My almost five year old daughter is graduating from kindergarten for a few weeks. She loves music and is fascinated by my turntable and vinyl. Thankfully, she's also very respectful and careful around my collection and gear; I've been able to involve her by letting her "push the button" to start the platter spinning, but she knows not to go anywhere near the tonearm or any vinyl. My wife and I have talked about getting her a starter turntable and a stack of 45s (or old picture book and 45 sets) as a preschool graduation present - something small and self-contained, much like the turntables that I'm sure many of us had as young kids. I've been looking at vintage Fisher Price 825s as an option, but I've also heard that old Califone briefcase-style turntables may be a better option. I won't allow her to play my records on her gear; instead, I'll start picking up cheap 45s of songs she likes so that she can have her own collection. Has anyone done something similar for their kids? Any opinions on the right gear to get?