These are the two that Luc has picked out. The first is a Sekonda Boys strap watch costing £20. I think it’s the camouflage that appeals to Luc to be honest but it is a lovely looking watch and would certainly do the job.
The second watch is a Tikkers Children’s rubber strap costing £15, again another nice watch.
My hope is that with giving Luc the responsibility for choosing a watch he will then be more proactive about his time keeping. We know he can tell the time so it’s just a matter of making sure he know the time to be home by and actually keeping an eye on that.
I would love to know if you have any tips for helping your child with time keeping? Also what are your rules for when your children are out with friends? We’re pretty new to all this with only a few weeks experience last year so all tips are welcome. So far I’ve allowed an hour and a half tops with him returning home and then allowing him out for a bit longer. Dad of 3 thinks it’s not long enough but last year he had only just turned 9 so I think the time was reasonable enough, don’t you?
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