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American Innovative
$38.62 at Amazon.com

The Teach Me Time talking alarm clock from American Innovative is one of our favorite products. If you have a pre-schooler or kind...ergartener who is just learning how to tell time, this is the perfect way to encourage their learning and independence while also helping make sure they get out of bed on time in the morning! The alarm clock doubles as a night light, making it a fabulous multitasking room accessory. During the night the light glows yellow, and the yellow light changes to green as soon as it's time to wake up in the morning. The clock also features a teaching mode that allows kids to practice telling time; the clock will display a random time for kids to guess, and then they can press one of the round buttons on the clock's toes to hear the clock speak the correct answer. To switch things up a bit, the Teach Me Time alarm clock comes with interchangeable accent rings that encircle the clock face so kids can change the look from time to time. Read More

Learning Resources
$49.99 at Amazon

It's about time and a fun way to learn it! Electronic learning clock teaches kids to tell time and solve elapsed time problems. Th...e self-checking quiz feature has two skill levels to make mastering time telling easy! Clock measures 10 3/4" high. The 32-page Clever Clock Workbook includes 26 time-learning activities that can be used with any learning clock. Read More

Happy Kid Toy Group Ltd.
$22.99 at Amazon.com

Fewer kids are learning analog time, and educators say they're missing out! Reading an analog clock expose kids to math concepts t...hat digital clocks don't, like fractions, 'clockwise,' and counting-by-fives. Besides, this talking, teaching clock is fun! Move the clock hands, and hear the time. Then play the quiz game and test your time-telling skills. With bilingual English/Spanish modes, two songs, and a fun, light-up clock face. Batteries included. For ages 2 and up. Read More

dandh
$31.26 at Amazon.com

Make play a part of teaching kids about time with our unique, interactive clock. Self-checking quiz feature builds confidence and ...reinforces the difficult concept of elapsed time. Read More

Melissa & Doug
$12.42 at Amazon.com

Perfect for kids who are ready to learn to tell time, this learning clock features hands that rotate with a gentle click, marking ...off the minutes as they go. The detailed clock face has large red numbers to match the hour hand, small blue numbers to match the minute hand, and a segmented color disk to help kids visualize quarter past and half past. Also included are 13 double-sided time cards for practice: Place one in the holder at the top of the clock, then match the numeric or analog time shown by moving the clock hands to their proper position. Slide open the digital clock window to check the answer! Then place the cards back in the storage slot at the back of the clock for neat and tidy storage. Extension Activities: More Ways to Play and Learn: BEGINNER: With the child, count the red hour numbers around the outside of the clock. Then move just the hour hand around the clock face, stopping at each number to ask, What time is it now? -With the child, count (by 5s) the blue minute numbers around the outside of the clock. Then move just the blue minute hand and ask the child to tell you what minute number it is pointing to. -Use the hands together to put together simple times. At the beginning, focus on one hour at a time. (For instance, you could demonstrate 1:00, 1:15, 1:30, 1:45, then 2:00, 2:15, and so on.) As the child gains confidence, move both hands with every turn to increase the challenge. INTERMEDIATE: Ask the child to count all the minutes on the clock, 1-60. Then challenge the child to count a range of numbers that you indicate. (For instance, counting 40-45 would go 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45.) -Close the preview window, then place one of the time cards in the slot at the top of the clock so the digital format is showing. Ask the child to match the time shown using the clock hands. Then open the preview window to check the answer! -Spread out all the time cards on a flat surface, with the digital format facing upward. Ask the child to place them in order from earliest to latest. Repeat the activity with the analog side, or increase the challenge even more by mixing the formats together. ADVANCED: Challenge the child to approximate a real clock more precisely by positioning the hour hand partway between two numbers. -Choose two of the time cards and give them to the child. Ask the child to use the clock to figure out the time difference between the two. -Talk about the child's usual daily routine, using real-life ideas to relate to the clock. For instance, you could say, At 8:05 in the morning, we put away our breakfast dishes and get ready to leave. Can you show me 8:05 on the clock? Add to the challenge by asking the child to recall the set times of recurring events, such as dinner or bedtime. Dimensions: 9.5 x 9.5 x 3.5 Melissa & Doug products were the first products we brought into our retail store when we first opened in 2006. They are one of our favorite companies to work with and not only do they make great quality products but they stand behind them. If you have a problem you simply call them and they will ship you a replacement no questions asked! They are one of the few big companies who when you call you get a live person and not a recording! They treat their customers with respect which is exactly how we want our customers to be treated. This item ships directly from the Melissa & Doug warehouses in either New Jersey or California normally within 2 business days after the order is placed. If you are needing this for a specific date such as a birthday please indicate this in the comments section during checkout. Our mission at Jacobs Room is to make children smile not disappoint them! Read More

Happy Kids
$22.99 at Amazon

Fewer kids are learning analog time, and educators say they're missing out! Reading an analog clock expose kids to math concepts t...hat digital clocks don't, like fractions, 'clockwise,' and counting-by-fives. Besides, this talking, teaching clock is fun! Move the clock hands, and hear the time. Then play the quiz game and test your time-telling skills. With bilingual English/Spanish modes, two songs, and a fun, light-up clock face. Batteries included. For ages 2 and up. Along with analog time-telling skills, this learning clock teaches kids to identify shapes and numbers in both English and Spanish The finger hole in the minute hand makes it easy to change the time Includes carry handle for take-along play Two-level volume control Requires 3 "AA" batteries (included) 2 1/4"L x 9 1/2"W x 8 1/2"H Read More

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