1960s IBM Standard Issue Clock by schoolhouse
toddlers have all the time in the world. and we never seem to have enough. as we’re trying to help our little bean developing the sense of time, showing the numbers on the clock seem to be a reasonable start point. i imagine by pointing the numbers it will help our little bean to visualize the time, in some way. then i realized having a wall clock for home was never on my wish list. we’ve been heavily relying on our iPhones and watches, and the one alarm clock in our bedroom. there doesn’t seem a need to have a wall clock… unless with an educational purpose.
my favorite go-to, schoolhouse, sure has the clock that will fit perfectly in our living room and the educational purpose of ‘showing numbers’. the price is a bit $$$$, but considering it is made in USA – hand-assembled – i am sure the quality will speak for itself.
i also came across CLOCKSICLE, an australian clock design shop where you can find kid’s clocks with good style and affordable price.
after all, i find this is a very tricky timing as we’re in the midst of home renovation and i will probably wait until everything is done (seriously) before i can hang the clock in our living room. and oh, there is a living room coffee table we’ve been talking about in lieu of our current trunk case coffee table.
… i know, speaking of wish list.