Big Red Rooster has several engaging projection alarm clocks. They use the ceiling to entice good mornings and nights. I reviewed the Dinosaur alarm clock.
Big Red Rooster founder Brian Johnson explains, “our mission is to create innovative products that help people fall asleep or get out of bed in the morning. The three animal clocks are ready to become bedside buddies as kids choose the best companion – dog, cat or dino – to be their first alarm clock.”
If a green toothy dinosaur is a house favorite, then get ready for some prehistoric lessons. The Dinosaur clock projects four scenes including a Diabloceratops, Stegosaurus and an Ampelosaurus. There’s an optional timer for the projection time and images can be set at 10 or 30 minutes.
Projection clocks are so much fun.
In the past the original rocket ship projection clock was featured on the blog. This time around I chose the Dinosaur projection clock. My nephew will love this for Christmas if I can talk myself into parting with it. It’s just so cute!
I love that the alarm clock projects the time on the ceiling. I sometimes struggle to see the time on my clock. Another added bonus is that you can set it for 10 or 30 minutes if you wish. We all know that children should read independently everyday along with reading with the family. When you tuck your child into bed, they can relax and unwind and read. When the projection imagine is off the ceiling, it is now time to go to bed.
It’s also easier to fall asleep when you are staring at something other than the wall. I’m sure you have fallen asleep while watching television or reading a book. The alarm clock projection can do the same thing in helping your child fall asleep.
This would make a fun and unique gift for a birthday or the upcoming holidays.
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