being MVP: Educational Insights: Elapsed Time Clock & Giveaway!

Educational Insights: Elapsed Time Clock & Giveaway!

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My cousin reviewed the Watch it! Elapsed Time Clock™ from Educational Insights with her daughter, Ashlynn, and here are her thoughts:
 
The Elapsed Time clock by Educational Insights is for ages 7+. It includes two giant wristwatches, two correlating digital clocks, and an elapsed time clock with a push button answer door. It also comes with a guide for teachers or parents. This clock would be perfect for a second or third grade teacher's classroom. 
 


 
There are so many different activities you can do with it. You can start off with the basics of using the clocks to practice telling time and reading clocks. When you move the minute hands, you can see the digital clocks automatically adjusting. For example, if the both clocks were set at 8:00, and you wanted to demonstrate thirty minutes later, you could move the minute hand of the second clock until you saw 30 minutes appear in the elapsed time box. 
 
 
 
 
The clocks demonstrates the concept of elapsed time, for example, if you set the first clock on 2:00, and said the party started at 2:00, and you set the second clock on 5:00, and said the party ended at 5:00. When you read the elapsed time window, it will tell you that the party lasted for three hours. 

 
 
The cool thing about these clocks is that there are no batteries required! The back of the clocks are see-through, so you can watch the gears moving inside. This clock is a great tool for teachers or for parents at home. I would definitely recommend it for anyone who works with elementary school age children. 
 
 
 

Buy It: You can purchase the Watch it! Elapsed Time Clock™ for $39.99.


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The product(s) in this review was provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting this review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation.

 

62 comments:

  1. I'd actually love this product, my daughter has been very interested in 'what time is it?' lately. But, from their website, I would also like the Sprout & Grow Window

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  2. I like the GeoSafari® Classroom Dinosaur Dig

    leannemacg at gmail.com

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  3. dinosaur dig looks cool! thanks!

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  4. Hot Dots Jr Card Set Beginning Phonics!
    morales_y at yahoo dot com

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  5. The Early Learning Tiles for Beginning Readers.
    Carol L

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  6. I like the Hot Dots® Jr. Getting Ready for School Set .

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  7. The PlayBrix™ Cardboard Building Bricks would be a big hit around here!

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  8. I like the GeoSafari® Jr. Talking Bug Net™

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  9. BBQ Blitz!™
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  10. The Design & Drill® Activity Center

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  11. Hot Dots Jr. Phonics Fun

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  12. no where to go strategy game debbie jackson
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  13. My grandsons would love the Geosafari® Telescope and Microscope Set.

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  14. I would like to have the Hot Dots Jr. Phonics Fun.

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  15. The GeoSculpt 3D Project kit looks like it would be really fun: http://www.educationalinsights.com/product/geosculpt+3-d+project+kit.do?sortby=ourPicks&sortby=&

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  16. Word-of-the-Week Chart Set Grades 3-4

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  17. I would love the Design & Drill® Power Tool Workshop for my son!

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  18. id love the math shark for my oldest child

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  19. I also love the E-Z as ABC® Game Set!

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  20. I like the GeoSafari microscope

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  21. i like the mathshark handheld game.very cool!

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  22. GeoSafari® Omega Refractor Telescope

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  23. Geosafari® Telescope and Microscope Set.

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  24. Hot Dots® Jr. Beginning Science Card Set

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  25. GeoSafari® Jr. Talking Globe™ Jr.

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  26. We'd love to have a microscope! My son is obsessed with his magnifying glass so I can only imagine the use we'd get out of that!

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  27. I like the Talking Electron Microscope™ - by Educational Insights® - - Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran..... emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

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  28. I like their GeoSafari® Vega 600 Telescope.
    sandy1955@comcast.net

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  29. I like the Vowels Phonics Puzzles
    ~Sandra U.

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  30. Hot Dots® Jr. Getting Ready for School Set

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  31. Like the Teaching Tiles™ Early Learning Tiles Beginning Reading Center.

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  32. I like the MathShark®


    Jessica Eaton Ledford
    cherriesjessilee at gmail dot com

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  33. Geosafari® Telescope and Microscope Set.

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  34. I'd like the GeoSafari® Jr. Talking Microscope.
    tvpg at aol dot com

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  35. would love to have the bean bag toss

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  36. I love the Early Learning Tiles for Beginning Readers.

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  37. The Sneaky, Snacky Squirrel Game™

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  38. Another product I like is GeoSafari® Jr. Talking Microscope

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  39. I also like the GeoSafari® Jr. Talking Telescope™

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  40. I like the PlayBrix™ Cardboard Building Bricks, Set of 54 Assorted
    kellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  41. The GreenThumb Classroom Greenhouse looks very nice!

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  42. I like the talking telescope and the planet

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  43. I also like the PlayBrix Cardboard Building Bricks. trixpixel[at]gmail.com

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  44. I like the fun Design & Drill Power Tool Workshop.
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