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The Talking Teaching Alarm Clock

Winner of the Product of the Year Award from Creative Child Magazine, this is the talking alarm clock that teaches children how to tell time. The clock displays a random analog time on a high-contrast LCD and asks, "What time is it?" in a clear female voice. Children can check their answers by pressing a button that prompts the clock to speak the correct time and display the digital equivalent. The clock is preprogrammed with five levels of difficulty, beginning with only round hours (three o'clock) and progressing to more difficult-to-learn times. Times can also be entered manually, allowing you to customize lessons. You can set the clock face to turn green at a specific time in the morning, signaling to a child that it is okay to get out of bed. The clock has a working alarm, 10-minute snooze function, and a night-light. Plugs into AC or uses two AAA batteries (included). Ages 3 and up. 4 1/2" H x 4 1/2" W x 5" D. (14 oz.)

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Item 77533
Price $39.95
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The Talking Teaching Alarm Clock.
You can set the clock face to turn green at a specific time in the morning, signaling to a child that it is okay to get out of bed.