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Jan 17

Claessens’ Kids helps teach your kids to tell time.

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It can be hard for kids to learn to tell time. It can also be difficult for them to tell how long 5 or 10 minutes is. The Clasessens’s Kids watch can help with both.

Claessens Kids

The KWID learning watch teaches kids to read digital and analog time by displaying them together so kids can connect the two. The KWID also teaches time management skills, thanks to a digital hourglass timer that is great for tracking privileges, chores, tooth brushing time and more. When the digital hourglass empties, a song plays and a cute animation pops up. In addition, kids can control the playing of different entertaining animations when they push the “kid” button that is just for them. Come in blue or pink.

  • The KWID teaches time management skills, thanks to a digital hourglass timer that is great for tracking privileges, chores, tooth brushing time and more
  • The KWID learning watch teaches kids to read digital and analog time by displaying them together so kids can connect the two
  • Thanks to the KWID’s unique hourglass function, kids can learn to manage their time in a fun way. Parents choose the duration of the activity by filling in the electronic hourglass. When the hourglass is empty, an alarm is activated and Mother Rabbit pops up. The activity is finished !
  • Kids can easily make the connection between the clock hands and digital display numbers. By pressing on the “kid” button, the hour hand flashes simultaneously with the corresponding digital hour number. By pressing a second time, the minute hand flashes simultaneously with the corresponding digital minute number.
  • Great for tooth brushing and potty training

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My niece struggles with time management.

I have a 5 year old niece that struggles with time management. She will say 1 more minute ago…it could of actually been 5 to 3 hours ago. This watch is perfect for her for that aspect, and to help monitor her tablet playing time. She would play it 24/7 if her parents let her (which they don’t) they can now set a limit and the watch lets her know when time is up. This will (hopefully) help with the protests that ensue when tablet time is over.

I love that the watch is also like a child’s version of adult fitness watches. This one is made of rubber and sized especially for children. The animation on the watch is also great for children.

This watch is reasonably priced at $29.99 and comes in either pink or blue. Which color would you purchase?

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Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: gina@ginaslibrary.info

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