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    Aldi has a time teaching Lego brand watch coming out today or this coming Wednesday.

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    Subbing. DS is fascinated with clocks & watches and we're intending on buying him a time teacher.

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    I went to ALDI today and they had a Lego one that teaches you to tell time.

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    Thanks all. I bought this one from eBay. I thought it was $12, but it was $18. Seems to have the same features as the time teacher one, but half the price. Which considering he forgets to bring his school jumper home at least once a week, is a good thing! Hopefully it works and he doesn't lose/break it.

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    We just went to a jeweller and got DS (9) one for $40 with a warranty. Its digital and blue and he picked it out. He is at the age where he is noticing what the other kids are wearing. Luckily he only noticed the expensive Baby G watches as we were walking out!
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