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Read the number at the end of the short hand.
Read the number at the end of the long hand.
If you're more familiar with saying
"One Fifty Two"
teach your child the 24 hour method.
Our wall clocks are perfect for helping children learn to tell the time at home and at school. As the perfect addition to your child’s bedside table, EasyRead alarm clocks have a night-light that stays on all night and a crescendo alarm, which starts with a gentle beep and gets progressively more urgent until it is turned off.
Clear designs and simple teaching methods make it easy for children to learn the time in terms of ‘minutes past and to’ the hour or ’12 /24 hour’ time. Teach your children using our straightforward system and they will quickly master this essential life skill.
Silent - no ticking!
Easy to read clock dials
Are the wall and alarm clocks silent?
The clock mechanisms are silent, so there is no annoying ticking. This makes the clocks ideal for bedrooms, kitchens and the classroom.
Do the wall clocks glow in the dark?
No, the wall clocks are not luminescent.
What type of batteries do the clocks use and are they included?
The wall clocks use 1x AA battery, whilst the alarm clocks use 3x strong Alkaline AA batteries. These are not included with the clocks. Please note: We do not recommend using rechargeable batteries in the alarm clocks.
How do I set the alarm on my EasyRead Alarm Clock?
There's an easy to use knob on the back of the clock to set the alarm - turn this anti-clockwise. This should ensure that your alarm clock goes off at the required time.
Your Clock has
27 years of refinement
First design in '92
Inventor and founder, Roger Shackleton (winner of an Australian Design Award), brought this novel idea to life after having a tricky time teaching his daughters to use regular analogue clocks. Roger’s first designs were created back in 1992.
Launched in UK & Australia
Things really kicked off in 2011 when the business first launched on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. ‘Theme Time Australia’, as it was known then, was featured on the popular show ‘Good Morning Australia’. In 2012, Roger’s sister, Sue Shackleton, joined him to develop the business in the UK and Europe. EasyRead Time Teacher was born in 2013.
Today, our clocks, watches, games and classroom resources are available across Europe, Australasia and North America. We are passionate about making these skills accessible for every child around the globe, so you can now purchase our products from Amazon, eBay and a growing list of other outlets.
Proven by parents & children in 20+ countries worldwide
Give the gift of time today