- Every hour on the hour one of 12 animal voices is heard
- With light sensor
- Quartz movement
- Size 1.97x13.39x13.39 inch, weight 1.68 lb (1.98 lb for wooden ring variant)
- Batteries: 3 x AA (not included)
Who’s making that sound? Animal fun around the clock.
Look out, children! The KOOKOO KidsWorld clock brings the entire farmyard into your bedroom. Every hour one of the twelve farm animals tells you what time it is. The cat miaows at 7 o’clock, the pig grunts at noon, and the little dog barks at 4 o’clock when he goes for his afternoon walk. Each animal sound is an authentic nature recording that’s heard for about 15 seconds. Then it’s time to look forward to the next full hour! Thanks to a light sensor, all the animals go back to the barn to sleep after dark and the farm settles down for the night.
KOOKOO KidsWorld wall clock is designed to appeal the kids and makes telling the time child’s play. Next to each number on the clockface there’s a friendly, brightly coloured animal drawn by famous children’s book illustrator Monika Neubacher-Fesser. On this wall clock featuring animal sounds, your farmyard friends are always up to something. Learning to tell the time has never been so much fun!
The clock comes with a leaflet featuring a quiz game as well as a colouring page of happy farm animals to copy and colour in. KOOKOO KidsWorld measures 34 cm in diameter and is available with 8 different frame colours or with a wooden frame.
12 animals live on the farm: bee – duck – donkey – frog – dog – rooster – cat – cow – horse – sheep – goat – pig
View product manual here.
- All animal sounds
KOOKOO KidsWorld, with 12 farm animal voices (original field recordings)
I work at a preschool center in the infant room and when I saw the farm animal clock I knew we had to get it. And we all love it! It's nice and big, but not too big and easy to read. I'm very happy with this purchase and would definitely buy from KOOKOO again.
KidsWorld is a great clock for children. The design is very successful and my child learns to read times from the clock and how the animals sound. Big compliments to Kookoo