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EasyRead Watch – Rainbow with Pink Band

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The ideal first watch for children age 4+. The clear face design and simple teaching method make it really easy for children to learn to tell the time.

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EasyRead Watch – Rainbow with Pink Band

The ideal first watch for children age 4+. The clear face design and simple teaching method make it really easy for children to learn to tell the time. Worn every day, your child will be able to practice their new skill wherever they go. Our EasyRead Watch – Rainbow with Pink Band is water resistant and can withstand splashing, but not total immersion. The washable nylon strap fits wrists from 12 cm to 18 cm (child to adult).

  •  Battery Operated
  •  Water Resistant

WARNING! Contains button battery.
A button battery can cause serious injuries if it is swallowed or placed inside any part of the body. Keep batteries away from children whether new or used. Dispose of used batteries immediately. If you think that batteries might have been swallowed or placed inside any part of the body, seek immediate medical attention.

Why do children find it difficult to learn to tell the time?

It’s a fact that lots of children struggle to learn to tell the time on analogue clocks, sadly some never do. To find a way to help these students EasyRead had to intensely study children in the learning environment to truly understand the problem.

Learn to tell the time in 2 or 3 Simple Steps!!

For an adult, reading a clock is a really simple process:

  • Step 1: With the “past & to” method, we look at the minute hand and assess the minute number value.

  • Step 2: We judge whether it’s minutes past or minutes to.

  • Step 3: We look at the hour hand and judge the hour value.

These 3 steps are the key to reading the time.

With the EasyRead clock children can instantly follow those 3 steps and read the time. They’re easy for a child to understand and learn:

  • 1. Read the number at the end of the long hand
  • 2. Say which side it’s pointing to (past or to)
  • 3. Read the number at the end of the short hand

For example, say it like this: “8, “minutes to”, “2”.

Perhaps, like many of us, you tell the time another way, as if you’re reading a digital clock:

  • Step 1: With the “12/24 hour” method, we look at the hour hand and note the hour number value.

  • Step 2: We look at the minute hand and judge the minute value.

With an EasyRead clock that has a 12/24 hour face, children can instantly follow these 2 steps and read the time:

  • 1. Read the number at the end of the short hand,
  • 2. Read the number at the end of the long hand.

For example, say it like this: “One”, “fifty two”.

It really is that simple!

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