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Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2019
My children are learning analog time. Many teaching clocks, especially "fake" teaching clocks that use a manual crank, have "missing" information. What do I mean?
- The don't label the hands. The eyes are supposed to discern a longer and shorter hand. Some kids with vision problems don't make this distinction.
- The don't label the minutes, instead only identifying 5,10,15...
- They don't identify the 4 "quarters" of the clock
- The hands are clearly labeled. You can't mistake which is hand is the hour/minute hand.
- All minutes are clearly and precisely labeled by number. This clock makes it easy to realize that there are 60 minutes in an hour.
- They identify the quarter hour portions of the clock.
- The overall clarity of the clock, in spite of being visually "busy", makes learning and understanding what time it is easy - even for a younger student.
Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2018
I bought this product for my daughter, who is currently in 2nd grade and learning to tell time. She said that she wanted a clock for her room and I wanted a clock that would help her with how to read the minutes. Alas, most clocks do not number the minutes and therefore I thought this clock would be helpful. It was also big enough to read easily and not too cutesy. Anyway, she put the clock on her wall and, to my satisfaction, she has been looking at the clock and working out the time. (The other night, at bedtime, she announced to her mother that there are 1,440 minutes in a day. I guess that she had been lying in bed working out 10 hours is 600 minutes, 2 more hours is 120 minutes for 720 for 12 hours and then she doubled that. After she impressed her mother with this information, she said: "Go tell Daddy." I thought this was pretty cool.) She also noticed, which I had not, that the clock indicates the times: quarter past, half past, etc. She is picking up those too. I am very satisfied with the purchase.
Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2018
I got this clock with a time-telling teaching kit for my four and a half year old nephew fascinated with time. I use sand timers with him and his little brother to help with them taking turns, waiting relatively patiently for me to finish something so we can start another activity, and simple chores. I thought he was ready for a clock to illustrate the passage of time through the day.
He has kept interest in the clock, and, after a couple weeks of minimal insruction, correctly and very accurately matched a drawing of a clockface at 4:00 with when his real clock reached 4:00 and it was time for something fun. He understands passage of time a little better now, and as he matures the minute numbers and quarter hours will become useful. The information on the clock face is well thought out and thorough.
I was afraid the clock face would look too busy and be confusing, but there is a symmetry and it looks good. My husband liked it and even wants one in our kitchen!
To me, it feels sturdy, not cheap. On my model it's easy to change the time. I'm pretty happy with it.
5.0 out of 5 stars Good teaching clock, stylish design.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 4, 2018
The teaching clock has all the features needed to help your child tell the time accurately on an analogue clock. It is a stylish feature in any child’s room and the colours used are useful teaching references without too much visual distraction.
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