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The Learning Journey Telly the Teaching Time Clock Electronic Toy

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The Learning Journey Telly the Teaching Time Clock Electronic Toy
Teach your child the essential skill of telling time with this clock. Telly the Time Teaching clock helps your child learn both analog and digital time using separate quiz modes. In learning mode, the clock teaches time in 5 minute increments through hand movement and an updating LCD screen. In quiz mode, your child is asked to move the hands on the clock's face to match the displayed time. Telly also features a real working clock. Learning to tell time has never been so much fun! Requires 3 AA batteries (included). For ages 3 years and up.
  • Teaching clock toy
  • Moving clock hands with analog and digital display
  • Teaches time in 5 minute increments
  • Nightlight
  • Digital watch
  • Large LCD screen
  • Care instructions: Wipe clean.
  • Requires 4 AA batteries (included).
  • Measures 5.7"W x 10.5"H x 3.6"D
  • For ages 3 years and up
  • Made in China

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3.0

could take it or leave it

By Cody's mom

from Athens, GA

About Me Parent

Pros

  • Bright Colors
  • Can Withstand Use

Cons

  • Difficult To Use

Best Uses

  • Classroom
  • Home School
  • Single Student Use
  • Teacher Use

Comments about The Learning Journey Telly the Teaching Time Clock Electronic Toy Blue:

This is a good idea. This was simple for me to use, but too complicated for my special needs son.

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