Help Teach Your Young Child Good Sleeping Habits with ZAZOO

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Parents have their sleep schedules disturbed by the necessity of taking care of their newborn baby, and they look forward to that mythical time when their little darling will sleep through the night.  Many find their dreams of a full night’s sleep dashed when their kid turns out to be an early riser – say around 4:30AM – who’ll be ready to go back to sleep around 7:30, just when it’s time to go to work.  Or the child will wake in the middle of the night and get up and roam around instead of just lying there and falling back to sleep.  The ZAZOO Photo Clock from ZAZOO Kids will help you teach a child too young to tell time when it’s time to stay in bed and when it’s okay to get up.  The clock shows a picture of stars to tell the child when it’s time to be in bed.  A picture of the sun means it’s okay to get out of bed now.  When the child gets older, the ZAZOO can be used as a clock/calendar and digital picture frame; it can even play music and video.  The clock is available with a white frame (shown), light pink, green with numbers, hot pink peace signs, or blue peace signs.  The ZAZOO Photo Clock is available now for $89.00.

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  2. Would this be for children that live in homes that don’t have windows? I have two small boys and we teach them about when the sun goes down and comes up. I think having a device that says it is nighttime when they can clearly see it is after dawn isn’t going to work all that well.

  3. @KenEsq It’s to teach them when they should be in bed, not when it’s dark outside. Sunrise and sunset don’t correlate directly with going to bed or getting up.

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