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.


  • 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.

We are only able to ship this item to Canadian customers.
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Angel: about a week ago

Clock is wonderful. Takes ancoupl days to figure out how to use it without the instructions. Mostly works for my son, bit very glad I purchased it.

Marci: a few months ago

I think you need to start with the clock training early. It has not worked for us as my daughter still gets up without waiting for the sun to get up. It’s confusing to set up at first but then you’ll get it after a couple nights.
The product came from within a few days which was great.

Kate: a few months ago

Great product but kind of confusing to use!

L: a few months ago

I had a very hard time with the set up on this clock. Not intuitive at all, and didn't work properly when I was hoping it would. My child didn't like the winking face on the clock.

The customer service at was FANTASTIC and really responsive when I called about the product.

Sadie: a few months ago

It’s great! The only thing I would change is being able to add multiple naps times.

Glenda: a few months ago

Excellent service from My item arrived safely and early. The Gro Clock is hard to find in stores so I was thrilled to find it on sale at
My Granddaughter received it for her 3rd Birthday. She loves to push the button at bedtime to watch the sun turn to the blue night-time sky and the stars come out. She gives the clock a kiss and a hug goodnight. Mommy and Daddy appreciate the fact that she knows to get up when the sun comes up on her clock.
Thanks for easy successful Birthdsy shopping without leaving my home!

Charlotte: a few months ago

We purchased this clock so that we could get some consistency for when my son decides to be up in the morning. He enjoys pressing he button to make the sun go down at night. So far we haven't had a ton of luck with him understanding the concept of not getting up until the sun is out but I think it's mostly temperament that's the issue! This will probably work for some kids.

Leigh-Anna: a few months ago

We bought the clock to help the twins, age 3, to understand when it was ok to get up. They were routinely getting out of bed at 5-530am. It was too much! Although I don’t know how much sleep they are getting once they wake up and see the star still but they know not to get up out of bed unless they see the sun! Sure helps us get to “sleep in!”

Alexandria: a few months ago

My son (2yrs old) LOVES his grow clock! We've been using it for a few weeks now and he still hops right into bed when we turn on the 'sleepy stars'.

I was concerned he would be too young to fully commented that he needs to stay in bed until the sun comes up, I mean he's not always happy about it, but some mornings he will lay in bed Just staring at the clock waiting four it to change!

Over all I highly recommend it! You do need to make a solid routine out of it, but it's so worth the effort!

Amy: a few months ago

We love the Gro Clock and our son thinks it is really neat seeing the stars when he goes to bed and the sun when he wakes up. We have made it part of his bed time routine and he is getting the hang of it!

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