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KID KLOK™ — Time To Learn™
  • Helps Children Learn To Tell Time
  • Includes Classroom Training Program
  • Designed by a Doctor of Psychology
  • Registered U.S. Patent
  • 12 inch diameter battery powered quartz wall clock. Available with Red or White Case

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Additional Items:

  • 12 inch Teacher Demonstrator Clock -- ORDER: KK Demo 12
  • 6 Inch Student Demonstrator Clock -- ORDER: KK Demo 6
  • Pair KID KLOK Training Dice -- ORDER: KK Dice

Dr. Massaro's Classroom Program included FREE with each KID KLOK™ wall clock and 12 inch Demonstrator Clock

Presenting KID KLOK™ -- the easy to read educational clock and training accessories developed by Dominic W. Massaro, Ph.D. Dr. Massaro, a professor and expert in cognitive psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, applied both psychological and ergonomic principles to improve the traditional clock dial.

His unique design reduces the confusion and frustration young students experience while being taught analog time. KID KLOK™ segregates the hour and minute numerals and creates a simple visual association to the hands through size and color.

Dr. Massaro's own classroom program explains how KID KLOK™ Demonstrator Clocks and color coordinated KID KLOK™ Training Dice are used to create attention getting, time learning games.

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Kid Klok instructions English
Kid Klok instructions Spanish

SPECIFICATIONS:

12 inch Teacher Demonstrator Clock -- ORDER: KK Demo 12
6 Inch Student Demonstrator Clock -- ORDER: KK Demo 6
Pair KID KLOK Training Dice -- ORDER: KK Dice
Dr. Massaro's Classroom Program included FREE with each KID KLOK™ wall clock and 12 inch Demonstrator Clock

KID KLOK™ CUSTOMER COMMENTS

Cheryl Caspe, Montessori Teacher
Aptos, California

Dom,
I purchased 3 Kid Kloks for our Montessori School.  There was instant success, especially with the 1st graders.  In a 4th-6th grade class we discovered that there were more than a few kids who had just been faking telling time.
Students keep track of which lessons are being done each morning by making entries in their work journals.  They note the time each lesson or activity takes place.   When they change activities, they note the new time and new activity.  This procedure helps the children, even the youngest, keep track of what work is accomplished.   Clocks are an important part of our curriculm.  I'm very pleased with the better understanding of the clock and time which your Kid Klok has given our students.