40 million adults can’t tell the time according to a recent survey. The impact on their lives can be significant and it is easy to solve.
It’s never too late to learn how to tell the time, even as an adult. You might think it’s no longer necessary for you to learn how to tell the time. But clocks are everywhere: Grand Central Station, City Halls and even in cars! “I’ll meet you at a quarter after five” – this could be a problem!
EasyRead have the answer.
We are a family business dedicated to helping kids and adults learn to tell the time. Our clocks and wrist watches use both the digital and tradition ‘minutes past’ and ‘minutes to’ methods.
We have had over 50,000 worldwide sales; we are trusted by hundreds of schools and have a proven track record.
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It is never too late.
Every child has to tell the time eventually, but how do you start to teach them? Our wristwatches will make the process of learning to tell the time easy and fun. With an EasyRead Time Teacher wristwatch a four year old can learn to tell the time in just 10 minutes.
They’re comfortable and colourful, with a large clear face that shows the child everything they need to know to tell the time. The wristband will fit even the tiniest wrist and it’s removable, so you can wash it when you need to. Our simple step by step teaching system means that anyone can help them learn.
In addition, we also offer clocks for the home. Our three step teaching system is easy to master, enabling the children to learn with very minimum input from the adults around them.
Teaching kids how to tell the time can be a long and arduous process which can really test your patience. Countless “What’s the time?” questions can be exhausting, but we have the answer. EasyRead Time Teacher has designed a successful two-step system which will enable you to easily teach any child how to tell the time.
Have a go yourself and see how easy the two-step system really is.
This EasyRead clock face is available as a silent wall clock for the home or school or as a wrist watch kids can take anywhere.
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Now you never have to struggle with teaching your kids how to tell the time – EasyRead Time Teacher makes it as easy as 1 2 3!
At the beginning of the year there is so much to think about; have I enough school supplies? Am I up to speed with the curriculum? When was that meeting again? It might sound too good to be true- but with Easy Read Time Teacher we have the perfect way to teach children how to tell the time. Our two systems are so beautifully simple and effective you will want to use them straight away.
These systems for learning to tell the time will give children confidence to tell the time without help. Reassure their skills with one of our classroom wall clocks in two different sizes and colours.
The three-step system for learning to tell the time in ‘minutes past’ and ‘minutes to’ the hour is quick and effective. Simply read the number at the end of the long hand, then read which side of the clock the long hand is on (either ‘minutes to’ or ‘minutes past’), followed by the number at the end of the short hand. The two-step system for reading the time in terms of 12 and 24 hour digital time is equally effortless. Read the number at the end of the short hand, and then the number at the end of the long hand. Explain that in the morning we read the big hour number. In the afternoon we can choose to read either the big or small hour number.
The key to any success is practice, practice, practice. Teach the children to teach themselves while at play with our large wall mounted EasyRead playground clock. The clock is a robust weatherproof construction with toughened glass lens for extra durability. The face design replicates the EasyRead Classroom Clock and takes the same 3-step time teaching method from the Classroom to the Playground.
Sit back and relax safe in the knowledge that teaching the time is not another lesson to squeeze into your schedule, but a class all set up and ready to go.