Disclosure: We were sent the featured products for the purpose of this post however all opinions are my own.
I love the Traidcraft brand and previously reviewed one of their cookbooks, using some of their fairtrade products to create some lovely cookies. Traidcraft got in touch recently to point me in the direction of the wide range of gifts on their website and I knew that LP would love the Traidcraft Wooden Puzzle Clock.
What is the Traidcraft Wooden Puzzle Clock?
The Traidcraft Wooden Puzzle Clock isn’t a working clock but it would be a great help when teaching children to tell the time or count and read numbers for the first time. The clock face is made from a solid piece of wood and around it are twelve different coloured wooden puzzle pieces that join to frame the clock face. Each piece is numbered which helps put the pieces in the right order around the clock.
The clock hands turn easily and the numbers on the puzzle pieces help show LP what time it is when the hands are pointing to the different sections. The Traidcraft Wooden Puzzle Clock is well made and LP loves it. She isn’t near to learning the time but she loves the puzzle aspect of this clock and loves to make the hands go round, it’s only a matter of time before she is trying to use the clock to tell the time too.
Traidcraft is the UK’s leading fair trade organisation. Their mission is to fight poverty through trade, practising and promoting approaches to trade that help poor people in developing countries transform their lives. They are also a leading supplier of fairtrade and organic food – supplying the UK with the highest quality Fair Trade grocery products. I was amazed by the amount of non food fairtrade products they also produce and the Wooden Puzzle Clock is just one of them.
If you’re looking for stocking fillers this Christmas take a look at the TraidCraft website. The Wooden Puzzle Clock has an RRP of £10.00