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Blink Owl Clock

Twit-Twoo! What's the time Mr.Owl? A colourful owl first wooden clock to introduce the time to little ones. Set the clock hands and close the eyes at highlight bedtime!


1 wooden owl clock


Le Toy Van


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Manipulate & Handle

A great interactive toy for early learners, manually pivot the owl's eyes round to blink and move the hands of the clock to set the time and learn about day and night. Make sure to close the eyes at bedtime to help encourage a bedtime routine. Intelligently sized to accommodate small hands, This toy also promote fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

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Learning & Education

This beautifully crafted, light blue wooden clock with moveable clock-hands and owl eyes makes learning to tell the time a hoot! With plenty to chat about, little ones will be telling the time in no time at all! It helps develop colour recognition, number recognition and counting practice. The toy inspires toddlers to learn, but also promotes the importance of time at an early age.

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Memorise & Absorve

As simple as the toy may look like at a first glance, many skills are been learned while playing, including time, numbers, logical thinking, motor functions, concentration, dexterity and memory. Hidden gears maintain correct hour and minute relationship just like a real clock.



This fun & educational interactive toy is an Ideal introduction to telling the time. Remember, todders can learn to tell the time not yet to read it. As their brain develops, around the age of 5 years old, they should be able to read the hour and half hour markers on an analog clock.

This product is a toy. Check the toy each time before use. Dispose of it at the first sign of any damage or fragility- inform YaYa's costumer service. Adult supervision recommended. Keep away from fire. Colours and contents may vary.
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