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Music Box Teaching Clock

Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock Makes Learning to Tell Time Fun

Music Box Teaching Clock

Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock Makes Learning to Tell Time Fun


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Time sure flies when kids are having fun learning to tell time with this authentic reproduction of the original 1968 Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock. When wound, it plays "Grandfather's Clock" and the clock face and minute hand revolve, revealing a preschooler engaged in a different activity at every hour. The minute and hour hands also can be moved manually so kids can set the clock to a desired time. 11"x6¼"x2¾". Ages 1 and up.

  • An authentic reproduction of the original 1968 Fisher-Price Music Box Teaching Clock
  • Plays "Grandfather's Clock"
  • Clock face and minute hand revolve, revealing a preschooler engaged in a different activity at every hour
  • Move hands manually to teach time
  • Made of sturdy plastic with an easy-carry handle
  • Measures 11"x6¼"x2¾"

This Fisher-Price classic from the 1960s will still delight toddlers today.

Music Box Teaching Clock

Safety Warnings

Danger: For ages 12 months and Up.

Materials

K Resin - 7%, Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) 45%,
Metal Hardware 12%, Others 36%.

Care

Wipe with a clean cloth.

Sizing & Specifications

Assembly Required: N

Cord Polarized: N

Origin

Manufactured In: China

Material - Country Of Origin: China

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What Our Customers Are Saying about Our Music Box Teaching Clock …

"My son is 40 and I bought this for him when he was tiny. We loved the song and used to sing it all the time. Now it is yellowed, and plays the song slowly, but it still makes me happy to hear it." - Kathy Peil, Cloquet, MN

"I have an original 1968 "Music Box Teaching Clock" that we bought for our first child. To this day it's still working properly and looks good. It has been passed down from our four children to our six grandchildren. This is a great teaching tool and I highly recommed this product." - Maria Guerrero, Chino, CA

"This was one of my favorite toys as a little girl, and the song was soothing to me. Now I am buying this for my grandson." - Melodie Fitts, Laconia, NH

"My son, at age 2, had cancer (27 years ago) and lived for four months in a hospital. This was the one toy he never let out of his sight. When he got to the point that he was allowed out of the hospital for weekend visits, the clock came home with him, even though it was the hospital's. I recently came upon one and immediately bought it for my grandaughter. Now I find all the fun toys in your catalog that my kids enjoyed back then. Thanks!" - Sue Eckhoff