This colorful and unique-looking superhero education clock is ready to help your kids learn to tell time. Practice in both analog and digital formats in learning mode and then check understanding in quiz mode. A working clock with an alarm function and a night light.
Pricier than other options.
Hour hand will advance when you move the minute hand forward. The minute hand advances easily in one-minute increments. Hours are written in large red numbers while minutes are in smaller blue ones. Sturdy construction will last a long time.
Some complaints that the clock is smaller than expected.
This clock helpfully includes time-related vocabulary like “o’clock,” “quarter past,” “half past,” and “quarter to," so children can learn all the ways to tell time. The hour and minute hands are clearly labeled. Includes a second hand as well. Visually engaging without being distracting. Quiet operation.
A few users report issues with quality control.
Available in blue and pink color schemes. A small digital clock tells the time while the large analog clockface is ready for hands-on learning. Features a useful quiz mode to challenge kids to tell the time. In musical mode, correct answers get a song and a dance from Tock.
Some quality control issues.
Winner of Mom's Choice Gold Medal, and the Tillywig Brain Child Award. Kids can use quiz mode to practice telling the correct time. In sleep mode kids can listen to some classical music. Clock also has a handy nightlight with 12 sleep timer settings.
Batteries may not last very long.
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