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Technology and Kids – One of our most popular posts involves trying to get kids to sleep and stay in bed with kids alarm clocks for toddlers. If you have toddlers that have a hard time with sleeping, this post is for you!
Sleep training your toddler? Check out these toddler alarm clocks that will help a child who can’t tell time understand when it’s okay to get ouf of bed. Parenting toddlers is all kinds of crazy, if they get a little more sleep – that will give mom and dad more sleep as well!
Here is a round up of the best toddler alarm clocks. I survived the toddler years with our 2 older kids and am now going through it now with another 2 toddlers! You can survive these years (at least, I hope – these last 2 are quite challenging.) It’s all about finding things that work for you. One of the hardest challenges when I had to get the kids to child care and we had a strict morning routine was finding a kid friendly alarm clock. I have had many friends recommend these and am glad to share these here. I hope they work well as you sleep train your toddler.
As you transition your toddler from the crib to a big boy bed (or big girl bed), it’s time to introduce the alarm clock. Here is a fabulous assortment of the best toddler alarm clocks that have different functions to help with sleep training. Some toddler clocks even have a time out timer. Find what works best for your child!
OK to Wake, color changing night-light timer teaches children to stay in bed longer in the morning so parents get more sleep (at least that’s the plan!). Set this bedside alarm clock next to your tot’s bed and let sleep training begin.
The Glo-Clock Sleep Trainer clock has a pleasant glow of light – not to bright and the concept is unique. The stars disappear over the night, so when your child wakes up in the night, they instantly know how long they have until morning by how many stars are left. In the morning, at the designated time, the last star and the big star disappear, and the sun comes out as the face color changes to yellow. The kids know they are allowed to get up when the sun comes up.
Use one of the pre-loaded songs for the alarm tone or wake to any song of your choice. The Zazoo photo alarm clock is also a digital photo frame!
How cool is this? Not an alarm clock, but this will help you in your sleep training your toddlers! You can take the glow balls with you – no more dark trips to the bathroom for a potty break. Your toddler will love this clock as it also doubles as a night light. This is definitely one of the funner clocks for toddlers.
Ok to Wake Owl toddler clock has a face that glows soft yellow to comfort toddlers at night and then lights green (“OK to wake!”) in the morning at a time programmed by the parent.
Adorable child’s bedside alarm clock, time-teaching tool and dual-color nightlight all in one. The light turns green when it’s okay to wake up mommy and daddy. The perfect child alarm clock.
Toddlers know if it’s time to get up by looking at the stoplight. When the red light is on it is time to sleep – when the green light is on it is time to wake up.
Pink, pretty and a high rating on Amazon! The Kid Sleep My First Alarm Clock will help your little one wake up when it’s time to wake up and help teach your toddler how to read a clock.
Little Tikes Discover Sounds alarm clock is the perfect toddler clock for your younger toddlers. The clock will say the time.
Perfect for your little night owl, this portable night light works as a night light and glows green in the morning when it’s okay to get out of bed.
Fans of Thomas the Tank will love this 2 in 1 bedtime training clock and night light.
My 8-year-old has this and loves this, but you know who loves it more? Our toddler! While it’s not the best at teaching how to tell time, it’s perfect for an outer space bedroom.
Sleep Buddy is a toddler sleep training system that is designed to help your tot learn when he or she should stay in bed. The sleep training system includes a SleepBuddy light, a children’s book, a reward chart and a step-by-step parent’s guide to sleep training.
The My Tot Clock changes colors to teach your toddlers when to sleep and when it’s okay to wake up by using lights (blue light means sleep – yellow light means okay to wake up.) This toddler clock also plays bedtime stories, lullabies, white noise and wake up music! With a clock face, your toddler will also be able to see the time as he learns to tell time. The lights make a great night light. This toddler alarm clock even has a built-in timeout timer and a toddler activity manager for positive activities.
What type of alarm clock works best for your toddler? Any tips to keeping your toddler in bed and not running around the house destroying things while everyone else sleeps?