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We all expect to miss sleep when babies are young, but once they become toddlers most parents would like to start getting them into a healthy sleep routine. A child that sleeps well means the whole family is happier and more energised each day.
The Gro-Clock is used around the world with great success to train toddlers to stay in bed until the time the parents desire. It's much more than just a clock – it's a whole sleep system. Starting with bedtime, the parent reads the specially written 'Sleepy Farm' book (included) and explains that the child should look at the clock to see all the stars in the sky around the moon.
If the child wakes in the night, they simply glance at the clock to know what to do: if there are stars showing, they should lie down and relax as it's not time to get up yet, and the stars will keep them company. As the stars count down, they know it is almost time, and then with a big smile the sun arrives on the screen to signal that it is time to go and see mum and dad.
The Gro-Clock has two wake-up times so you can set one for the morning and one for afternoon naps.
The brightness on the Gro-Clock can be adjusted to suit your child's preferences, which will change as they age.
The Gro-Clock helps your child adjust when the clocks change forwards or backwards.
Included with the Gro-Clock is 'Sleepy Farm', a bedtime book to read your child to help them to sleep.User Guide
Probably the best £15 we've spent on baby-related products. We first tried to deploy this product when our daughter was about 20 months old (and waking up at around 05h00 / 05h30... Read morePublished 22 hours ago by jrhartley
Really does work my 2 year old was ending up in our bed each night at anytime from 11pm to 6am. She is now staying in her own bed until at least half 6-7am when her clock is set... Read morePublished 1 day ago by E Gempton
This is so brilliant we have one in each of our kids rooms. Simple concept and so affective. Just trained a 2 and half year old on it and a 5 and 7 year old! Read morePublished 1 day ago by N J Sayer-Schofield
My daughter went through three months + of constantly getting up at night (age 2). I tried lots of things and bought this and it worked over night, helps with keeping her in her... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Miss K Randall
Great item for teaching your child when to wake up. Would have got 5 stars if it had the facility to set the night time as well rather than doing it manually as I reckon for some... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Helena Demir
My 3 year old has not woken us up in the middle of the night since we got it. (Had it about 2 months) If she wakes up now she knows it's not morning time and settles herself back... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Claire Ashworth
Tip from friend when youngest decided to unlearn his Good Sleeping Habits. Was somewhat skeptical, but our youngest likes the pictures, colours and pressing buttons. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Sarah Lau
Brilliant! Works a treat, now son gets up at 7.30am each morning, comes in with a big smile saying 'mummy, the sun has come up!' Definitely recommend.Published 6 days ago by Kim