Although I remember learning to tell the time, it's strange to think there was a time when I couldn't do it, let alone imagine not being able to do it and not knowing what the time is.
I'm a bit of a stickler about little children learning to read analogue clocks as well as digital, it fills me with horror to think that one day analogue time telling will be an old fashioned skill - so I'm pleased to see that this Bright Sparks Tell the Time book feature both analogue and digital time telling opportunities within its pages.
The age guide says between five and seven years, but if your child is like my neice then they'll be able to handle this book before they hit five years old. There are 128 pages and not only will it help them learn to tell the time, it also introduces days, months and seasons too; marvellous, I love books like this.
A few people have left reviews and all of them are very positive:
Absolutely excellent and very colourful, ideal for young children who are learning to tell the time
Bought this for my five (just) yr old grandson. He immediately was very interested and found it hard to stop! Great book
Set up easy enugh for first learning does both digital and traditional clocks, my son is enjoying working out what timeit is, saves him keep asking us
You can arrange to collect your Bright Sparks Tell the Time book for free from your local M&S store, which is what I'd do - paying for them to deliver it to you will cost almost twice as much as you paid for the book!
Happy learning to tell the time!