Better Than a Snooze Button
It's 4:30 a.m. and you're in the middle of that beautiful dream where a talking panda is making you breakfast. You can almost taste those peanut butter and bamboo pancakes when...you're interrupted by a little cuddle monster jumping on the bed. Help your kiddo learn that just because they're awake—it doesn't mean you want be—with this fun, colorful sleep trainer.
Designed to look like an adorable robot, the multi-function clock uses facial expressions and changing colors to communicate passing time. (Kids don't fully understand time as a concept until they're around 8 years old, but they start to recognize patterns and read numbers much earlier.) When your child should be sleeping, it shows a sleeping face. It wakes up half an hour before it's time for the family to rise and shine, but displays a special yellow light to let kids know that it's still "quiet time." When it turns green, it's OK to get the grown-ups on the wake up wagon. It also includes a nightlight, alarm clock, soothing bedtime sounds, and a nap timer—all features that can help teach youngsters that sleep is a good thing. Made in China.