Category: Visual Stimulation Activity

Tic-Tock Answer Clock (Model 1018)

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The Tick-Tock Answer Clock, model 1018, is a teaching clock designed to enhance visual stimulation and teach the concept of cause and effect for individuals with physical, sensory, and cognitive disabilities. This clock features a plastic body in the shape of an owl with big eyes. A large clock face with big numbers and moveable hands is on his stomach. When children push down on the owl's left foot, the large plastic minute hand moves ahead five minutes. Then, if they push down on his right foot, the owl's eyes pop open to reveal the right time in digital form. Children can also twist a knob to set the clock hands to a particular time. COLOR: The base of the clock is bright green. The owl's body is bright red, blue, and yellow. The clock face is white with green numbers, and the clock hands are bright blue.


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