TooTa Temperature Detect 7-Color Kid Alarm Clock

Last updated: June 6, 2023

TooTa Temperature Detect 7-Color Kid Alarm Clock

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We looked at the top Kid Alarm Clocks and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Kid Alarm Clock you should buy.

Overall Take

This battery-operated kid alarm clock is easy for young children to learn how to use. The digital display clearly shows the time, date and current outdoor temperature. There also are eight ring tones for kids to choose from, including a folk rhyme and a beep-beep sound.

In our analysis of 52 expert reviews, the TooTa Temperature Detect 7-Color Kid Alarm Clock placed 2nd when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

7 Color Night Light. Multi-color night lights can be used as mood light or screen backlight to clearly see the time at night. It’s a good for kids sleeping traning, to teach kids when it’s time for bed and wake up. 8 Ringing Tones Options. Provide 8 different ringing tones, include 5 children folk rhymes and other 3 different beep-beep volume alarm sounds. It will be a good companion to your little ones when they learn to sleep alone. LED Display. Delicated LED display screen shows time, date, weekday and temperature. Say no to “Mom, what date is it today?” Stylish Design for Décor. This must be the most delicate alarm clock you’ve ever seen. It’s not only a clock, but also a great decoration for your bedroom. Stylish appearance and multiple functions make it suitable as a gifts for kids. Battery Operated. This clock is operated by AAA batteries. Batteries are NOT included.

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Kate Desmond 
Parenting Pro and Safe-Sleep Expert

Kate Desmond is a writer and infant safe-sleep expert. She has spent the last eight years working as the marketing director for Charlie’s Kids Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to educate families about SIDS and safe sleep. In that role, she travels around the country learning and educating caregivers and providers on the latest and greatest safe-sleep information to prevent infant death.

As mom to two elementary-aged daughters, she spends hours researching the best and safest products for her own kids. She is quick to get in the weeds with other mamas, and uses humor to cope with parenting woes from potty-training to teaching kids to read.

Overview

Sleep is so important for a child’s growth and development, but curious little ones don’t always want to go to sleep for fear of missing out on something older siblings or adults are doing. Alarm clocks are an excellent tool for teaching kids when they need to go to bed and when they need to wake up.

Alarm clocks are just one part of the often-humorous sleep timeline when it comes to kids, says our parenting and safe-sleep expert Kate Desmond.

“You spend the first several years of your child’s life trying to get them to go to sleep,” she says. “You then spend the next several years trying to get them to stay in their bed until it is an appropriate time (read: actual daytime) to get up. Finally, you graduate to the other side of the sleep rainbow in which you are begging them to get up with threats of ‘you’re going to be late’ and bribes of ‘Captain Crunch is downstairs.'”

When shopping for a child’s alarm clock, you’ll want to keep your child’s habits and age in mind.

Look for an alarm clock design that appeals to your child. There are models that remain simple and have a traditional look, units that are created in the shape of a friendly creature and clocks that come in the shape of a highly recognizable children’s toy, such as a Lego brick.

Select an alarm clock that has a built-in night light if your child is still a little afraid of the dark. This will give the child a sense of security so that they are able to stay in bed until it’s time to start a new day. Some clocks even come with a choice of night light colors, which is nice if your child has developed a favorite color.

“The best alarm clocks for toddlers have features like a built-in sound machine and nightlight,” Desmond says. “Bonus points if that light has multiple color options and a color indicator that tells them when it is time to sleep and when it is time to get up.”

Some kid alarm clocks turn green just like a traffic light to let kids know it’s okay to get up and start the day. This helps deter children from waking mom and dad up in the middle of the night.

Use an alarm clock that provides a little noise for children who can’t fall asleep in total quiet. The LittleHippo Mella Ready to Rise Children’s Alarm Clock has a built-in sound machine with three different settings to choose from. Little ones can pick from the rain, white noise or ocean settings, which will run softly in the background.

Keep your eye out for an alarm clock model that has a snooze button for older children and teens. Some models have a nine-minute snooze that gives kids a little more time to wipe the sleep out of their eyes and mentally prepare to start a new day.

Look for any extras that one model may have over another. Some kid alarm clocks have a countdown timer for naps and time-outs, while others have animated faces that open their eyes when it’s time to rise and shine and shut their eyes when it’s time to sleep.

Older children may also appreciate a multi-functional alarm clock, says Desmond.

“For older kids, look for features like Bluetooth to stream their devices so they can wake up to their favorite tunes. Some even have USB ports to charge other electronics,” she says.

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