Children's learning clock TICK & TACK 98.1123
Learning to tell the time made easy. The toy learning clock is ideal for practicing to tell the time and the time can be set with the movable hands made of cardboard.
In addition to learning to tell the time, the toy clock also promotes the child's fine motor skills.
Numerous markings help to teach the time, e.g. distinguish hours and minutes and use the terms such as "quarter" and "half" correctly.
The minutes are marked with dots in the outer ring and numbered in five steps. The hours from 1 to 12 are printed in the middle ring and from 13 to 24 in the inner ring. The quarterly intervals (quarter past, half, quarter to and full hour) are displayed in symbols of small circles.
The bright colours not only keep the child motivated when learning but will also look great in any child's room. Since young clock readers must master numbers well, we recommend start learning to tell the time from the age of 5 to 6 years old. Children should be able to read the clock by the second grade at the latest.
- For learning to read the clock
- Rotating hands made of cardboard allow the time to be set in a playful way
- Not for children under 3 years
|Delivery contents||Learning clock, Instruction manual|
|Dimensions||(L) 300 x (B) 11 x (H) 300 mm|