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Award Winning Hape Happy Hour Clock Kid's Wooden Time Learning Puzzle
Award Winning Hape Happy Hour Clock Kid's Wooden Time Learning Puzzle
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Model E1600
Brand Hape
Manufacturer Hape
ReleaseDate 2013-05-10

RRP: $14.99
Buy New: $9.89
as of 2018-04-24 10:15:14
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Learning time can be tricky, but with the Happy Clock Puzzle from Hape Toys, it will certainly be fun! Children will learn to develop their time telling skills through the features of this best-selling puzzle clock. Numbers remove to encourage recognition of placement on the clock face, and the hour and minute hands each fully rotate to help kids practice their time telling skills. With natural wood construction and child-safe graphics painted right onto the wood, this clock will help your child learn in a timely fashion! Durable child-safe paint finish and solid wood construction make this a toy your child will love for years to come. Hape toys stimulate children through every stage of development and help nurture and develop their natural abilities. All Hape products sold in North America meet or exceed all applicable safety standards. The Happy Hour Clock is the proud recipient of the 2011 Parent's Choice Recommended Award.
Binding Toy
Brand Hape
Department unisex-child
EAN 7662558236169
Feature Learn basic time telling techniques with this happy clock,Rotating hour and minute hands encourage realistic practice,Graphic painted right onto the wood surface to decrease chipping and increase durability,Hape toy finishes are all non-toxic, child safe and of the highest quality,Recommended for ages 3 years and up
Label Hape
Manufacturer Hape
ManufacturerMaximumAge 60
ManufacturerMinimumAge 36
Model E1600
MPN E1600
NumberOfItems 1
ProductGroup Toy
Publisher Hape
ReleaseDate 2013-05-10
Studio Hape
Title Award Winning Hape Happy Hour Clock Kid's Wooden Time Learning Puzzle
UPC 798525336000
Warranty Warranted against manufacturer's defects