What is it
A friendly clock for a child’s early years. Turn the round handles and the clock hands move with a pleasing clicking sound and chiming bell. The clock’s eyes also roll round and round to delight a young child. Later, use the smiley clock to help your child learn to tell the time.
What our team of testers said
"I can see number three." - Boy aged 3
"The clock says it's bedtime, night night." - Girl aged 3
- Promotes hand-eye coordination
- Teaches early cause and effect
- Encourages number recognition
What our experts think
The Tick Tock Clock is great for introducing children to a clock face and fostering their curiosity through sounds and movement. Our younger testers enjoyed watching the eyes move and turning the handle to make the clock chime – this introduces little ones to cause and effect as they learn the outcome of performing different actions.
Our older testers used the clock in their role play (e.g. referring to it to say when bedtime and waking up time was) as well as for number recognition. This is fantastic as it encourages children to relate the numbers on the clock face to real-life concepts that they recognise, which prepares them for learning to tell the time.
- RRP: £14.99
- Brands: Galt
- Key Features:
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: .Toys
- Types of skills developed: Cognitive
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Fine motor skills
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Speech, language and communication skills
Telling the time and date
Understanding the world