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Melissa & Doug Wooden Shape Sorting Clock Educational Toy
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- 12 shaped number pieces to count, sort and place
- Movable hour and minute hand
- Sturdy wooden construction
- 9" diameter x 2.75"
- Ages 3+
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Time to play! A colorful wooden clock features 12 shaped wooden blocks that fit into matching slots, plus movable hands! With lots of "timely" information on the hands and clock face, this is the perfect toy to help children master an abstract concept.
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- i think it is a knock off (a fake Melissa and Doug).
- chipped paint (see picture)
- poor construction (see pic)
- numbers on the shape not centered (see pic) and the shape is chipped in some places and just painted over
- hands for the minute and the hour are not as pointed as that of the original Melissa and Doug toy (see pic)
- the Melissa and Doug trademark is smudged. The paint is not of good quality. Neither is the wood.
I bought this because I saw my daughter watching the product on Kids Youtube. But this one is noticeably different than the one in YouTube. And since my daughter cannot tell the difference she still appreciates the toy. But me, as a mother and customer, spending my hard earned money on a deceptive product is disappointing.
As for this particular set I like it very much as there can be many different ways kids can play with them depending on the age and stage of the child.Our LO started off using it as a shape sorter, spending time taking the pieces out of the clock and talking about their shape. She then used it to practice colors and numbers and I am sure she can use it in learning to tell time when she will go to kindergarden. This toy will grow with your child and has held up to several years of use, once to be taken out and used for a while, then as interest wanes, put it away for a while, and then bring it out later for a child to explore at a different stage.. once to be taken out and used for a while, then as interest wanes, put it away for a while, and then bring it out later for a child to explore at a different stage.
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They should take their names out from the picture that they do not do.
If you looking for the closk without names you can order with another picture much cheaper.
As a retired infant teacher, there were some things that attracted me to this clock straight away :- not only are the hands different colours, but obviously different lengths. The hands are labelled too, as are the "past" and "to" sides of the clock.
On opening this morning, my daughter e.mailed me and asked if I got it half price.
Wondering what she was on about, I asked her to send me a picture, which she did.
The seconds have been put on this particular clock upside down.
Not very educational and mum is going to have to explain to her wee man that what he is seeing is not right.
Just wish I'd took more notice when I first purchased it.
Other than that, I think this is a fine toy.