Devon, UK (PRWeb UK) April 17, 2010
The Gro Company's hugely successful Gro-clock has been updated with a fabulous new star graphic, new packaging, improved 'Sleepy Farm' book, new lower price, and new educational clock feature.
The new version of the Gro-clock will be in the shops in May 2010.
The Gro-clock teaches children when it's time to get up and when it's time to stay in bed by using fun images of the sun and star. Giving parents those precious few minutes (hopefully hours!) extra in bed.
It also comes with a bedtime story book, 'Sleepy Farm', to help reinforce the message of getting a good night's sleep, and will now include integral clock instructions.
One of the unique additional educational features of the new Gro-clock is that parents can choose to have the digital clock viewable, enabling children to begin to learn digital time - so the Gro-clock can last for years.
Rob Holmes founder of The Gro Company said; "When our son William was three he used to wake us up every morning at 5am asking if it was time to get up. We thought to ourselves, how can we communicate time to him when he's too young to read a clock? A few months later we had a 'light bulb' moment! The easiest way to explain the difference between night and day is to use the sun and stars, and we thought it would be great to have a bedtime story book that helps explain the benefits of sleep. Eighteen months later our designers have perfected the Gro-clock. We hope you will reap the benefits straight away and catch up on some much needed sleep like we have. Sweet dreams."
All of this for a fraction of the cost! Now retailing at £29.95 (was £39.95). For more information visit http://www.gro-clock.co.uk.