Thursday, December 20, 2018

Learning Resources: Tock the Learning Clock with Giveaway!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.



One thing we are going to be working on over the holiday break, is teaching my granddaughter how to tell time! She is in kindergarten now, and she is a very smart little girl, so I know this isn't going to be overly difficult for her, yet I do still want it to be fun. What better way to do both (teach and have it be fun) than with a great learning toy, which is the specialty over at Learning Resources where you can find so many items that are helpful and enjoyable to the kids, such as Tock, the Learning Clock (which comes in pink and blue).


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Tock is awesome because he is cute enough to be a friend. It will be a delight for kids to put this next to their bedside and wake up to the lights the little ears shine, when it's time for little ones to rise and shine. They'll also enjoy the quiz mode and the music mode included with the game (push a button to access either, you can see the buttons on the bottom-left). I love that the minute hand and the hour hand are different colors. I think that will make it easier than just teaching 'shorter/longer' hands to the kids. Really clear visuals are always such good helpers when it comes to learning. I think it's important to teach kids how to tell time in the traditional way. So many things are digital now, that a lot of kids aren't able to actually tell the time on a traditional clock. I know that for fact, because I see it every school day when kids ask me what time it is, because they can't read my clock that's on the wall. We don't want our grandbaby in the same boat, so she's learning to tell time early on, and what a great way to do it. I can't say enough great things about this clock, or about Learning Resources.

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Wake up! It’s time to learn! Turn telling time into a music-filled dance party with Tock the Learning Clock from Learning Resources. This adorable robot clock comes with analog hour and minute hands, as well as a digital display that functions as a real clock. Tock supports two time-teaching modes: in Musical Fun Mode, Tock rewards kids for correctly setting the hour and minute hands by playing snippets of fun, dance-ready tunes. In Question Mode, Tock asks kids to match the analog hands to the time shown on the clock’s digital display, turning every passing minute into a potential quiz opportunity. In addition to teaching time skills, Tock the Learning Clock also helps kids get a good night’s rest. Tock comes with a night light function, as well as an “Ok to Wake” light that changes color when it’s ok to get out of bed and have a morning dance party.

  • Friendly robot introduces kids to analog and digital clock skills
  • Two learning modes: Musical Fun Mode rewards right answers with a dance, while Question Mode challenges kids to match the hands to the digital display
  • Analog hands encourage hands-on learning, while digital time display functions as a working clock
  • "OK to Wake" light lets kids know when it's ok to get out of bed and boogie

Age 3+
Grade PreK+

You can buy it in retail stores and online! Check out the Learning Resources website to learn more.

There's a Giveaway!

One lucky winner is going to bring in the new year with a learning clock of their own. US entrants only.

46 comments:

  1. Alissa, I got your comment on the other post that the comments and giveaway weren't working for this... that explains why no one entered for so long!!! It was weird, the sidebar was under the post...no idea how it glitched. I think it's fixed now. :) Thank you!

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  2. I like the teaching cash register.

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  3. Fixed indeed at your feed. This would be great for kids, as I too have seen many that don't know how to tell time with a regular clock.

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  4. Gears! Gears! Gears! Dizzy Fun Land Motorized Gears Set.

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  5. I like botley the coding robot
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  6. I like the Vowel Owls™ Sorting Set

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  7. I like the Birds in a Nest Sorting Set

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  8. The Botley coding robot

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  9. I like that they have toys for special needs kids, such as the Math Mat Challenge Game.

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  10. I like that you can also find it at Best Buy, one of my favorite stores!

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  11. Like the Botley coding robot.

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  12. I love the Hide & Seek Learning Tree toy! It's so cute!

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  13. I like the Wise Owl Teaching Bank.

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  14. I also like the Mental Blox™ – On The Go. Great toy!

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  15. I also like the Botley coding robot.

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  16. I like the Dinosaur Counters, Set of 60. They have lots of good toys!

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  17. I like Botley the Coding Robot set.

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  18. I like all the fine motor skill toys, especially the Super Soft Sorting Pie, it reminds me of a toy to learn how to use chopsticks.

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  19. I like all the stem ideas and especially Botley the Coding Robot how relevant to the future and I hope a good start.

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  20. I can sign up for Learning Resources email list and get 30% off my first order. I love their products, and have purchased several for my children. I am really excited about this learning clock, as I am currently try to teach my older daughter how to tell time. This is perfect!

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  21. I like the way they organized the ability to shop learning toys by age, makes it so easy to find an appropriate toy for ages or special learning toys. no19034770 @yahoo.com

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  22. I like the Hide & Seek Learning Tree House.

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  23. This would be fun to win for my nephew Edison. I like the Wise Owl Teaching Bank.

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  24. I like the Code & Go™ Robot Mouse Classroom Set

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  25. I love that they have a special needs classification of toys. This is a great area to have for a lot of parents.

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  26. Toys to keep learning at every step.

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  27. I like the Birds in a Nest Sorting Set

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  28. My daughter is just getting into coding. I think the Scamper and Sneaker will be perfect.

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  29. I really like the Coding Critters -- amazing how young they are starting to learn STEM.

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  30. They have a great blog with creative ideas for moms. This is on top of great educational products!

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  31. I like the Smart Snacks® Stack & Count Layer Cake™.

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  32. I like Botley for teaching kids coding.

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  33. I like the solar lantern! My niece's birthday is coming up- lots of gift ideas here.

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  34. I really like the Primary Microscope. They have a lot of really cool science things.

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  35. I like the Latch and learn school house.

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  36. I love the cute New Sprouts Chef Set! (Quanda Dykstra)

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  37. I like the Wise Owl Teaching Bank.

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  38. This is adorable and would be perfect for helping my 3yr old daughter learn how time works thank you so much for sharing this great product and for the opportunity

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  39. I learned that the company's products are sold in more than 80 countries,

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  40. I learned that if you sign up you can get 30% off your first order

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  41. I like the Crocodile Hop™ Floor Game.

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  42. I like the Wise Owl Teaching Bank.

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  43. Wise Owl Teaching Bank is so cute my kids would love it.

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