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  • Marcie Sipes

    Sun Clock--nice idea. We have analog clocks @ 3 places in the house to help work this concept into the kids' minds, but they still keep looking to digital clocks to tell time. I think the bright graphic on this will make the clock face more attractive. Good move! Will make sun in "school room," maybe other things in other rooms (thinking race cars going around a track in toy room...)

  • April Klell

    Sun clock that helps with telling time.- That reminds me... I need a new classroom clock!

  • Andrea Marquez

    Great way to help kids learn to tell time and cute classroom decore!

  • Rachel Emberley

    Sun clock; This is a very good idea. the concept of counting by fives to tell time was a hard one for me to grasp. and if my kids are anything like me...we might need this. :)

  • Gina Goetz

    Sun Clock - such a cute idea for teaching time!

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