Teaching children how to tell time can be difficult, and with the advent of digital watches, digital clocks, and iPad’s a parent can have an even more difficult time convincing their children that they need to know how to tell time.
Having their own watch will give kids a sense of pride in ownership, and allow them to express their own individuality. Additionally, it can help them learn how to tell time in a fun and unique way.
From buildable watches, to their favourite Disney characters, our list has 10 watches perfect for a child under 10.
Our 10 Picks for a Child Under Age 10
This colourful watch from LEGO features a classic LEGO figure built into the strap and comes with additional mini-figures to allow your child to customize their watch their way.
Colourful hands and easy to read numbers make this a fun watch for kids to wear and tell time with.
Themed buildable watches include: Star Wars, Batman, Superman, Olivia, Stephanie and more.
This quartz watch features the characters Anna and Elsa from Disney’s massively popular Frozen movie. Rhinestones on the bezel give your child the feeling of luxury and a silicone band makes for a durable watch capable of keeping up with your child.
This superhero themed watch from Marvel will give your child the enthusiasm they need to face the day. The easy to read dial, features Marvel’s Spider-Man, and makes telling or learning to tell time fun.
This water-resistant watch features a flowery design and a comfortable silicone band. Made from safe and natural materials, this watch has a large face that makes learning to tell time easy for kids of all ages. The one year warranty also gives you peace of mind.
A leader in digital watches, Casio makes watches that are easy to use for children and adults alike. This Sport watch features LED light, daily alarm, hourly time signal, a stopwatch, and a seven-year battery.
The easy to read screen, makes telling time easy for your child and this durable watch is water resistant to 165 feet.
The G-Shock line of watches has become one of Casio’s best selling watches over the last few decades. They make a great watch for both children and parents, as their versatility and durability combine with unique style.
Designed to take a beating in the military, sport, or outdoor lifestyle, they’re the perfect watch for your children as they are easy to use, easy to read and can take a beating. All G-shock watches come with a stopwatch, countdown timer, backlight, and water resistance.
As one of the biggest names in the watch industry, this watch is a great introduction to the Timex brand.
The velcro strap and durable metal case with brushed finish make this a great watch for your busy child. The easy to read face combined with Timex’s partnership with Scholastic – giving parents tools to teach their child to tell time – make this a great watch to start your child on a lifelong horology love affair.
The Time Teacher line of watches from Disney feature all of the Disney characters in a fun design. The hands are labeled ‘hour’ and ‘minute’ to help your child learn how to tell time. The large face make reading easy, and the rubber band makes for a durable but comfortable watch.
This colorful watch features a 34 mm case and Japanese quartz movement. Water resistant to 99 feet, this Zieger watch is fun and will give your child a rainbow inspired sense of ownership while helping them tell time.
This smartwatch features 8 colors and is a great introduction for children and technology. This watch allows kids to tell time, play games, take pictures and features a touch screen, sound emulation, alarm clock, stopwatch, calendar, calculator and more.
This durable watch can keep up with your child’s busy life and has a rechargeable lithium ion battery that lasts for 5-7 days.
The classic Casio calculator watch is perfect for the child that loves math. The built in calculator along with easy to read face are the hallmarks of this classic Casio design.
Water resistant to 165 feet, this watch can take whatever your kids can throw at from rough housing at recess, to math problems for homework.