Melissa & Doug Shape Sorting Clock – Wooden Educational Toy

This preschool-friendly clock features color-coded minute and hour hands that spin around with a simple push . . . but no matter where they point, it’s always time for learning and fun! Kids can match the colors, sort the shapes, and solve the puzzle as they manipulate the color blocks and turn the hands, building cognitive and motor skills all the while. Extension activities printed right on the box encourage parent-and-child play, helping children begin to master early-learning concepts as they gain familiarity with the form of a clock and concepts of time.

Product Features

  • Wooden clock with 12 removable pieces for teaching time-telling and more
  • Minute and hour hands rotate
  • 12 shaped number pieces fit into recessed wells
  • Includes extension activities to reinforce early-learning concepts
  • Teaches fine motor skills, numbers, colors, shapes, and concepts of time

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|| Comments

    By Stephanie Marie on July 08, 2017

    Quality has gone down… I ordered this clock exactly 3 years ago for my daughter. She still has it and uses it. My toddler cousin came over and played with it and loved it. Naturally I returned back to amazon to purchase it for her for Christmas. Man was I disappointed when we received it. We literally held it side by side with the older one. The weight, the whole design of it has gone down in quality. My daughters clock is heavier and more durable. This new one looked like it was made from cardboard. Very…

    By Gretchen Kristina on July 08, 2017

    Great Value as a Shape-Sorter and Introduction to Other Mathematical Skills I bought this clock primarily for the shape-sorting aspect it offers. 12 unique shapes to to be fitted into their respective holes on the board. I feel it is a good value for the money in providing my 14 month old a broad range of shapes and colors from which to enhance her spatial skills. As she grows, she will also be able to engage her brain in number sense, and eventually telling time.Again, the skills offered with this product are a strong value for the investment. It’s a great…

    By Ryott on July 08, 2017

    Very durable and cute educational toy I bought this clock in 2013, when my son was 1.5 years (now he is 4). The clock has survived the pass of time incredibly well, as most of my other Melissa & Doug toys I own (like for example , which we love).The clock is made of quality wood that it is solid and durable, with a very good finishing in both the cut and the…

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