Help Your Child Learn To Tell Time With The VTech Kidizoom Watch! {+ Giveaway}

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VTech Kidizoom Smartwatch

Do you have a child learning to tell time? My six year old daughter Danika is learning time and the Vtech Kidizoom Watch has been a great tool to help her learn! It has 50+ digital and analog displays to help your child learn to tell time. On top of that they make it fun! Not only can they master the clock but they can also do all of this:

-Use the camera for taking photos and recording videos
· Play with the voice recorder with 5 voice changing effects
· Use the special effects including customized photo frames, color filters and distortion effects; fun video frames
· Play 4 fun games (included)
· Set the alarm clock with fun tones and animation
· Use the Timer and stopwatch in kid-friendly themes
· Get access to Learning Lodge app store to download more games and watch displays

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The Kid-durable design makes it ideal to withstand drops and bumps which kids are known for. It’s also splash proof and sweat proof so you don’t have to worry about them getting it wet while washing their hands and such. It has a rechargeable battery with a Micro USB cable for data transfer and battery recharging.

Help kids learn to tell time with the VTech Kidizoom Watch - Musthavemom.com

 

Danika thinks this watch is the coolest little gadget. She can walk around taking pictures and playing cool tricks with her brothers. I love that it has engaged her in learning to tell time and made it fun. Now her four year old brother wants one too which I think is fantastic because he can learn to tell time at a young age! The watch comes in 4 vibrant colors: blue, pink, white and green, making it ideal for both boys and girls.

 

At what age did your child learn to tell time? Do you have a little one that is eager to learn?

 

Win! One reader will win a Vtech Kidizoom Smart Watch! Enter below :)

 

*The VTech product, gift card, information, and additional gift pack have been provided by VTech.

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  1. christine j says:

    my daughter does not know how to tell time yet. but we will be working on it soon with a learning program I am starting for her

  2. My daughter is seven and has learned to tell time on a standard clock face this year. She knew how to tell time using a digital clock for awhile now.

  3. Vickie Couturier says:

    im thinking they were around 8 yrs old

  4. James Robert says:

    My oldest girls was around 7 I believe. Younger ones don’t know how to tell time yet

  5. Mary Happymommy says:

    My daughter is 4 and she knows how to tell time by the hour but hasn’t learned the minutes yet.

  6. Kimberly Schotz says:

    My granddaughter is almost 6. She is eager to learn to tell time.

  7. D Schmidt says:

    My son is five and not quite there yet.

  8. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    My niece is 5. She is just getting into reading and learning more

  9. i think around 5

  10. Thomas Murphy says:

    My son is 5 and he is learning.

  11. My son is 5 and he is just learning now.

  12. My son learned to tell time when he was 5.

  13. Nicole Dz says:

    My daughter is only 3 so she has not started to learn yet. But I hope when she does start it will fun for her.

  14. Laura Miller says:

    She can’t tell time yet…but she’s VERY eager to learn! She started kindergarten this year!

  15. Rebecca Orr says:

    My son is 7 and he can tell time. He would love his watch though!

  16. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    My Niece Who Is 5 Has Not Learned How To Tell Time But She Is Very Eager To Learn.

  17. Trisha Burgess says:

    My daughter learned at age 5!

  18. My little guy is turning 5 and asked for a watch for his bday. I say he is eager to learn. This is so perfect for him it taps into everything he loves and he gets to learn time.

  19. shelly peterson says:

    I would say my son was around 7 when he learned how.

  20. Natalie F says:

    My 5 year old is currently learning. This would really help.

  21. Barbara Montag says:

    The kids all know how to tell time.
    I think they learned when they were about six.
    thank you

  22. joanne major says:

    My daughter is 5 and is starting to learn. she can read a digital clock

  23. not there yet she’s only 4. thankyou, ken

  24. Sarah Hayes says:

    my LO hasnt learned yet but im sure she will be eager when the time comes

  25. I think my girls were about 6 when the learned to tell time! My 4 yr old thinks he know how, but isn’t quite there yet, so I’m sure he would love this!

  26. My daughters were taught at age 4. However, my 5yo granddaughter has no idea and is starting kindergarten this year.

  27. My son is 6 and doesn’t know yet. I’d love to win this watch to start teaching him.

  28. sara haaf says:

    My son is 7 and just starting to get it.

  29. My son started to learn the basics in pre-k!

  30. Marilyn Nawara says:

    She is in 1st grade and has been able to tell time for about a year or two

  31. Lori Bahn says:

    My daughter started in 3rd grade with the easy big hand clocks

  32. Julie Lee says:

    My sons are a little young to learn but I am eager for them to learn! They are always asking what time it is or what we’re doing next!

  33. Steph Bkn says:

    My son is 4 and we are slowly trying to learn time, the old fashioned way ;)

  34. courtney b says:

    my daughter is almost 3 and she doesn’t know how to tell time yet. but she hasn’t really said anything about it yet !:) thank you for all you do! xoxo

  35. Jennifer Rote says:

    My grandson is 4 and we are teaching him.

  36. I have a daughter that is 7 that is learning now!

  37. My son learned when he was about 6.

  38. My daughter is 4 still not quite there yet

  39. My daughter is almost 4. I think my son learned when he was in K or 1st grade.

  40. Sarah Griffin says:

    My daughters learned to tell time around 1st grade when they were 7&8 years old.

  41. My 3 year old isn’t quite there yet, but soon!

  42. Heidi Daily says:

    My daughter is four and has been working on learning how to tell time.

  43. My grandson is 6 and is pretty good with telling time.

  44. Carter is only 4…but he has been so interested in time recently! He is always asking what time it is…and I think he would love this watch! Would be wonderful to help us teach him more about what time it is! Would also be great for him to wear as he starts preschool next week! He is so nervous…would be great if we could teach him time…and when we would be picking him up!

  45. My youngest child hasn’t learned how to tell time yet. I think my other kids learned how in first or second grade.

  46. My oldest learned when she was 6yo. My now 6yo is going to 1st grade and is expecting to learn this year. Would love help from Vtech.

  47. Teresa Thompson says:

    She’s almost 4 and doesn’t tell time yet.

  48. My oldest son learned when he was towards the end of his 5th year. He was in Kindergarten. My youngest is a new Kindergartener and is anxious to know how to tell time. He would love this watch.

  49. My kids are still quite young and cant really tell time from a regular clock. They are quite eager to learn though!

  50. natalie yeoman says:

    my niece is 3 and hasn’t learned to tell time yet

  51. I think my older two learned around 6 or 7.

  52. Nannypanpan says:

    He’s seven and learned this yr

  53. My son is just starting to learn to tell time. He’s very excited about it.

  54. Cassandra Eastman says:

    My oldest is 5 and he is learning how to tell time. He’s always asking me what time it is!

  55. Around 5 he started telling time! He needs a watch though!

  56. Heather Dawn says:

    My oldest learned at six. My six year old is about ready to learn!

  57. Terry Maigi says:

    My daughter has just recently started getting interested in telling time! This would be awesome to win!

  58. My son is five and hasnt learned yet but wants to!

  59. My daughter hasnt learned yet and we’re slowing starting to teach her

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