What is it
The ideal first watch for children. The EasyRead Time Teacher Watch is designed to help children quickly and easily learn to tell the time. The colourful watch face contains all the information the child needs and it’s supplied with a simple step by step teaching method, making it easy for the parent to explain.
Teach your child the ‘3 steps to read the watch’ and they’ll be able to practice their new skill everywhere they go!
33 mm diameter plated alloy watch case, with nylon strap in a range of colours and designs. The watch fits all sizes from small child to medium adult. Splash resistant, comes with battery fitted.
What our team of testers said
"I like that I can see all the little numbers and know I'm learning about quarters and halves better." - Girl aged 7
"The big hand is on the 12 and the little hand is on the 5." - Boy aged 5
- Great for learning to tell the time
- Improves numeracy skills
- Develops vocabulary
What our experts think
The Time Teacher watch has been great for encouraging younger children to start learning the basics of telling the time. The instructions are very easy to read and with a bit of guidance, the children grasped with ease how to start telling the time.
Our testers loved the different coloured straps that were available, but depending on the strap colour, the watch face was either white or black (the black was a bit more difficult to read from). Having the colours to distinguish between ‘minutes to’ and ‘minutes past’ is excellent – it is a simple concept which works really well for younger children in teaching them the valuable life skill. Some of our testers loved the watch so much that they have been reluctant to take it off, even for bed!
- RRP: £19.95
- Brands: EasyRead Time Teacher Ltd
- Battery Operated
- Product Type(s): Homeschool Resources
Parenting & Educational Resources
- Types of skills developed: Categorisation & comparison
Listening and attention
Numeracy, counting & money
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Speech, language and communication skills
Telling the time and date