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.
- 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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Jennifer: a few months ago
This is a good product; I bought one when my oldest was 2 and loved it so much I bought a second when his little brother turned two.
Pros: Easy for young children to understand, comes with a cute story to introduce the concept, adjustable brightness on night time setting, optional audible alarm, buttons can be locked out so kids don't reset the clock, looks just stinkin' cute.
Cons: A bit finicky to program; could use more options for wake up times as my family doesn't wake up at the same time each day. I've ended up using the nap wake up time program slot for a second morning time. The nap function was useless to us anyways since our kid doesn't go down at the same time each day; I'd rather be able to set a duration (ie 1.5 hour nap) rather than only a set wake up time.
Jodi: a few months 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.