- Designed by parents, simple teaching process will aid with your child's development by helping them learn and read time faster and easier.
- Kids can easily learn terms like quarter past, half past, and quarter to. The "Window Style" hour and minute hands are built for quick confusion free reading.
- With the Teachers Choice Learning clock, your young learner will be on the right track! Perfect for classrooms and homes, we created a teaching clock that will introduce children to learning about time in an enjoyable positive way.
- With easy to find AA batteries being the power source, it’s easy to keep this educational clock in working order. Our children’s clock is also easy to clean, with a safe clear acrylic face that allows you to quickly and efficiently wipe off any gathered dust. Made from quality non-toxic materials.A lightweight clock that can be placed anywhere, from a classroom’s wall to just above a kid’s nightstand in their room.
- Patent protected "Window Style" hand design promotes clear reading of the time and has been found to be extremely effective for special needs and autistic children. Patent Number 20060044945.
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Awesome learning tool for my classroom
Most of my students do not know how to read an analog clock. The look of joy in their faces when I explained how to use this clock made every penny spent worth it! As previous reviews have mentioned, the oval for the hour hand is not quite accurate when it comes to showing the number for the hour. Despite that, it's still a 5-star product!! My 5th-graders were up and running once I explained how to read it. I am ordering one more for home so my kids can learn, too!!
It's nice clock. It's a great idea and helps to teach kids . Unfortunately the bubble reader is fantastic only for the first half hour. The last half hour has the hour bubble cutting off the actual hour and showing the upcoming number so you see 2 numbers of hours. It's difficult to explain your kids what the number is right