Getting kids on a schedule is super important, but isn’t always as easy as it sounds. My Tot Clock is an all-in-one sleep aid, alarm clock, nightlight, and timer that makes getting children on a schedule super easy. Setting the My Tot Clock up was extremely easy. Behind the blue star cover are buttons that allowed me to set the time, set sleep/wake routines, time out times, and play times. My daughter can easily tell what time it is simply by the color of the clock. When the clock is blue, that means it is bedtime (9:00 pm in our home). If she wakes up in the morning and the clock is still blue, she knows that it is not yet time to get up. When it is a decent time to wake up (I have ours set for 8:00 am), the clock will turn yellow and play a wake up song. I also really love that this clock keeps track of timeouts for me. When my daughter does something wrong, I simply turn the timeout button on and she has to stay sitting until the clock is no longer red (Experts suggest one minute per year. For example, a 2-year old should receive a 2-minute timeout). Once timeout is over, the clock will beep and turn yellow notifying my daughter that she can get up. My favorite part about this clock is the encouragement setting. When My Tot Clock turns green, it means my daughter has to do something positive such as sit on the potty for two minutes or be patient while mommy is on the phone. To activate any specific time, all I have to do is press the corresponding color on the top of the clock. This means if I want my daughter to have more encouraging moments I just keep clicking the green button and if she needs another timeout I click the red button. This clock has turned schedules into a fun game that my daughter is actually excited to use. She carries her clock around the house and makes sure EVERYONE knows what time it is!
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