Alarm clocks are an integral part of most people’s mornings and the new “Sleep Training Alarm Clock” by Big Red Rooster is a fun new edition to this market. Shaped like a dog with a ball that turns “Red” when it’s time to sleep and “Green” when it is time to wake up, this item essentially doubles as a nightlight.
The “Sleep Training Alarm Clock” teaches children to stay in bed until the dog’s ball turns green, curtailing any more 5am wake ups for parents. The clock is perfect for children ages twenty-four months to seven years of age.
Pros and Benefits
Children can use this item to learn to stay in bed when the light is red and know that they can get out of bed when the light is green. It features two alarms and a nap timer that can be set from one minute up to twelve hours. The clock can be operated with three AA batteries or an AC adaptor.
Cons and Drawbacks
The batteries required to use this item are not included in the box and, moreover, children can choose to simply ignore the red light, so it won’t stop them from waking up or getting up. Although the dog form of the clock is detailed and cute, it certainly won’t double as a toy.
Fun Additional Ideas
The “Sleep Training Alarm Clock” can help open up conversations about the importance of sleep, this history of the invention of alarms clocks, and other similarly sleep-focused discussions.
The “Sleep Training Alarm Clock” retails for $19.99. To learn more, visit the official website of Big Red Rooster.
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