Shape Sorting Clock with Braille

Manufacturer: Melissa and Doug

12 removable pieces to learn time-telling & more

  • Rotating minute and hour hands with painted text and braille lettering
  • 12 different shaped number pieces with braille fit into their own unique space
  • Teaches fine motor skills, numbers, colors, shapes, and concepts of time
  • Ideal for blind, visually impaired, and sighted children
  • Constructed with top-quality sturdy wood
SKU: 598593 |
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List Price: $40.98
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This shape sorting clock with a large clock face has matchable chunky pieces with braille numbering. Kids love the color-coded minute and hour hands that spin around with a simple push. Children can match the colors, sort the shapes, and solve the puzzle as they manipulate the color blocks and turn the hands. Helps build cognitive and motor skills while laying the groundwork for learning to tell time.

Activities printed right on the box encourage interactive play, helping children begin to master early-learning concepts as they gain familiarity with the form of a clock and concepts of time. Recommended for ages 3 and up.

Ways to play:
?Remove the pieces from the clock. Have kids line them up in numerical order. Then ask them to line up pieces based on the number of sides.
?Have kids match shapes of the same color and compare the members of each pair, describing what is similar and what is different.
?Use the hands of the clock to point to a number and ask, "What time is it?" Have the child place the shape that fits, saying the number aloud.