With five different levels of illumination, this alarm clock can change colour to visually teach your little ones about when it’s time to go to bed and when it’s time to wake up. My Tot Clock also plays bedtime stories, lullabies and includes a built-in Toddler Activity Manager to help you with scheduling in those naps.
My Tot Clock, $60 amazon.com
This adorable interactive educational alarm turns green when it’s time to get up! With its large, playful “toe” button, gentle sounds, and interactive talking-time game, it’s designed to help your preschooler feel more comfortable telling time.
OK to Wake!, $53 chapters.indigo.ca
Designed for babies and young children, the Sleep Sheep will softly lull your little ones into a peaceful slumber with its soft nature sounds.
Sleep Sheep, $40 chapters.indigo.ca
With its night and day scenes to help kids understand when it’s an appropriate time to wake up in the morning, the Zazoo Photo Clock visually assists them as they learn to understand time. Other features include an alarm clock, calendar, digital photo frame and the ability to play MP3s.
Zazoo Photo Clock, $96 wayfair.com
Choose from three colours and light up your little ones room with scenes of starry skies to help them doze off at night. Easy-to-use and a soothing alternative to the more traditional nightlights, the Twilight Turtle also comes with an illustrated Star Guide so you can point out the constellations together before turning in for the night.
Twilight Turtle, $33 cloudb.com
And here’s a little sleep help for the parents! Its combination of light and sound gradually wakes you up, instead of jolting you awake like more traditional alarm clocks. Choose from four natural sounds or add your own music with the built-in USB.
Philips Wake-Up Light, $90 sears.ca
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