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Sleepy Farm

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In the Autumn of 2023, I produced a set of videos, showing what I present on the in-person school visits. For kids to understand the Gro Clock, they have to understand that at night, the sun goes away, the stars come out, and that's when we sleep.

We have never had a nightlight for Arjun, but this acts as just that and as mentioned it seems to form some sort of comfort for him. Some parents report using it successfully with an 18-month-old, but most say two is around the right age to start using a toddler alarm clock.You can set the brightness to your preference – we’ve gone for the lowest so it doesn’t disturb his sleep. The clock is incorporated into the story and the child points it straight out on the shelf when the page is reached.

There is a key lock feature but this can only be activated once the sleep times are activated and I would have liked to be able to lock the clock all of the time. I have never been a morning person and if at the age of 30 I’m still not a morning person then I’m pretty sure I never will be.Firstly, as mentioned, we have Mr Sun which denotes wake-up time and Mr Star who denotes sleep time. I found it much easier to get hands on with the Gro-clock and it was really straight forward to use like this. I set the times as exactly the same as each other (as advised) as Mia and Lottie both don’t nap in the day.

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