Whether it’s a challenge to get your toddler to go to sleep or to stay in bed when they pop awake at 5AM, sleep training alarm clocks offer a very visual and very easy to understand tool to help you teach your little one the basics of good sleep practices.
It’s a tough job convincing your toddlers that they don’t have to wake you up bright and early every morning. The problem here is that typically toddlers are early risers, and they can’t read a clock properly to realize it’s an entirely unreasonable time to be awake. They’re awake so they want you to be awake too.
A sleep training clock works on a traffic light system. It uses warm colors as visual cues to tell your child when to go to bed and when is ok to get up. Many sleep training clocks come with simple reward systems and colorful graphics that entertain your kid, while also reinforcing the message of when to rise and when to snooze.
Sure, you can’t guarantee they’ll listen to those cues but it’s a good way of encouraging them into better habits.
There are plenty of sleep training alarm clocks on the market,