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Gro clock
Gro clock uses fun images of the stars and sun to communicate to kids when to go back to sleep and when it's time to get up.  How do you get your children to understand when it's time to get up? Simple: "Stay in bed until you see the sun!"

Parents set the clock to display a cheerful smiley sun at progressively later times of morning, training the child to get up only once they "see the sun".

Gro clock comes with a beautifully illustrated book, which helps to encourage children to stay in bed longer.

Gro clock also comes with a Sleep Farm Book for your child to read at bedtime. Sleep Farm Book tells the story of Percy, a tired and grumpy pig, whose friends want to help him to have more fun. Illustrated by leading children's artist, Mike Terry, it has been specifically written to accompany the Gro clock and includes an important message - sleeping all night long helps everyone to be happy and full of energy.

Features:

  • Glowing screen shows images of stars and sun to communicate 'sleep' and 'wake-up' time
  • Stars go out one-by-one during the night to show the passing of time
  • Key-lock option
  • Option to set two separate wake-up times (weekday/weekend or night-time/day-time nap)
  • Adjustable screen brightness
  • Silent operation
  • Optional audible alarm feature
  • Suitable from age 2+ years 

Please note: The Gro Clock must be plugged in to be operated. Power adapter included.



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Jodi: a couple of weeks ago

Within the first 3 days of showing my 1.5 yr old the clock turning from day to night he started to recognize nighttime as bedtime. If he fussed at all he's see it change and just kind of accept it. Mind you he's never been difficult to put down. Really cute and easy to use. I'm looking forward to the future with this as he gets older.


Laura: a couple of weeks ago

The clock is exactly what my 2.5 year old needed. We were struggling with early wake up times.
I would recommend a few practice runs with the clock in your own room first since set up can be a little confusing.
Well worth every penny!


Eric Ouellet: a couple of weeks ago

Super service et livraison le produit est excellent et très apprécié de mon petit fils. Merci je vais surement magasiné encore chez well


Ashley: a couple of weeks ago

It's perfect! Just what we needed. Doubles as a nightlight :)


Amanda: a couple of weeks ago

Genius! My 3 1/2 year old girl gets it and understands when it's morning without waking mommy and daddy up!


Melanie: a couple of weeks ago

Easy to use clock. Right now he is still in his crib, but we are teaching him when it is time to get out of bed so he will be ready when he will be in his big boy bed.


Amanda: about a month ago

Fantastic product!


Emilie: about a month ago

Works great for our 2 year old. He tells us each morning when he wakes up the sun is up. When the sun goes to sleep he says its bed time. We paired it with the Lulla doll and it turned our terrible sleeping toddler into a dream. He now sleeps through he night without waking from 8-7.


Sarah: about a month ago

Easy to use and the kids love having their own clocks. Has helped out early riser figure out when the right time to come out to play. Only thing that could be improved is built in white noise machine.


Cameron: about a month ago

This clock worked like a charm! It was recommended by our sleep consultant. Our toddler hit a major sleep regression, but now he loves setting the clock, saying goodnight to the sun, and stays in his room all night, proudly exiting in the morning while declaring, "the sun is up!".

Disclaimer: in addition to the clock, we followed a rigourous sleep training program with a consultant. The clock was an essential part of the solution, but don't think you can just set it and forget it. You need a plan!

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