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    Teach The Time Clock Game (3 Years+)
    • $24.99

    Learn counting, colours, shape recognition and how to tell time! It's a puzzle and a game with 3 levels of play! Self-correcting spaces reinforce the position of every piece! Move the red hour hand to the correct number rolled on the red die. Next rotate the blue minute hand to the correct minute space. Take the piece out and flip it over to check to see if the minute piece matches what was rolled on the blue minute die.

  • Score: 5.00 (votes: 1)
    Fisher Price - Laugh and Learn - Counting Colours Clock (9 Months+)
    • $34.99

    How will baby pass the time? The Fisher-Price® Laugh & Learn® Counting colours Clock provides hours of interactive fun and learning with 75+ sing-along songs, words & phrases. By pressing the buttons on top of the clock, baby can hear character songs & phrases about different times of day. Baby can also push the buttons all around the clock - or turn the clock hands - to learn about shapes, numbers and colours! This clock even teaches first French words & phrases! There are as many ways to play with this clock as there are hours in a day! Want to entertain baby on-the-go? Just grab the easy-carry handle and take it with you!

  • Score: 5.00 (votes: 2)
    Melissa and Doug - Turn & Tell Clock (4 Years+)
    • $29.99

    Learn to tell the time with the Melissa & Doug Turn & Tell Clock. Turning the large hand to hear a gentle click for every minute it passes. Clock face features large numbers for hours, minutes and has segmented 'quarter past' and 'half past' colour visuals. The 12 reversible time cards fit perfectly at the top of the wooden clock so children can practice where the clock hands need to go so both digital and analog time match. As the clock hands move a small, hidden 'digital clock' can be revealed to provide the answer and allow children to see if they aligned the clock hands correctly. When done, all the times cards can be stored away neatly at the back of the clock. The Turn & Tell Clock is suitable for children from the age of 4 years.

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    The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Wooden Shape Shorter Clock (3 Years+)
    • $27.99
    This wooden clock featuring Eric Carle's The Very Hungry Caterpillar has the benefit of two learning experiences for preschoolers - telling the time and shape identification and allocation. Assists with development of fine motor skills. Suitable for 3+ years.
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    Heebie Jeebies - Construct-a-Clock (6 Years+)
    • $21.99
    This easy-to-build clock whips up in a jiffy, and will fascinate young minds with its turning cogs and swinging pendulum. The clock is spring-driven, so requires no batteries,and is the perfect way to teach children basic mechanical principles, and how to tell the time.
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    Gigo - Mechanical Clock (8 Years+)
    • $44.99

    Highly educational Mechanical Clock Science- Tool Kit allows for the application of basic physics with the use of models such as the Mechanical Lift, Mechanical Clock, A Car Gear Box and Wiper etc, linked to real life. Make all 7 models and discover and how to build structures, how gears work, how motions are created and understand how gear reduction affects force and motion. Great for children fascinated with gear motion and pulleys.

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    Melissa and Doug - Wooden Shape Sorting Clock (3 Years+)
    • $27.99

    The time to teach is now! A colourful wooden clock features 12 wooden blocks, each a different shape, which fit into matching slots, plus movable hands! With lots of "timely" information on the hands and clock face, this is the perfect toy to help children master an abstract concept.

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