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Alarm Clock Giveaway

Happy new school year everyone!

All of our boys are early risers. There have been many mornings when one of the younger ones will come into our room before the sun is even up, ready to start the day. We have to continually send them back to their room. The Stoplight Alarm Clock is the perfect solution! It's a visual aid that shows kids when it's time to get up. The clock features red and green lights that can be easily set by parents. When the red light is on, kids know that it is still time to sleep. When the green light turns on, it gives kids the all clear to get out of bed. A digital clock and optional beeping alarm function are also included.
There's a yellow light that can be used as a nightlight. We were sent a Stoplight clock to try out. The boys were a little surprised to get the girl version but they still thought it was neat. We put it in our two and four year old's room. They were so excited to use it! We explained what the lights meant and told them to watch for the green light. Sure enough, the next morning, my four-year old came into our room and said, "The light was green so I can get up!". I also think it's helping him with reading the clock since he knows it turns green at 7:15 each morning. When he wakes up early, he'll watch the numbers change and know when the light is about to turn green. I love this clock because it helps kids to learn in a way they can understand. With this clock we don;t have to worry about time changes affecting the kids either. It could get confusing to them when one month it was still somewhat dark when it was time to get up and the next, it was full daylight. With the red light/ green light system, there's no confusion. The Stoplight Clock i available in two boy and two girl versions and retails for $39.99. You can find it HERE. One of our lucky readers will win a Stoplight Clock for their little early riser! Disclosure: The product(s) offered for the giveaway are free of charge, no purchase necessary. Any opinions expressed are my own honest opinions and are not influenced by any form of compensation. This giveaway is not in any way endorsed by or affiliated with Facebook. a Rafflecopter giveaway

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