Silent Wall Clocks for Kids Room
Decorative Non-Ticking Silent Wall Clocks Tell You The Time, but Won't Keep Your Child Awake
Silence is golden! But so many cute clocks make a loud ticking sound... and if your child is a restless sleeper, easily kept awake by the slightest noise, you want that wall clock to be as quiet as possible.
Wall clocks in the nursery are one of those things, you don't realize how handy they are until you've got a squirmy baby or an active toddler on your hands at bedtime. How convenient just to glance up at a wall clock to see what time it is, instead of fumbling for your smartphone or twisting around to see your wrist watch!
Well, you don't have to give up on style, cuteness, and kid-friendly décor to find a silent, non-ticking wall clock for your child's room - just look at the non-ticking shown here - just one of an array of cute non-ticking wall clocks to quietly brighten the wall of your nursery or child's bedroom. Rainbow Silent Wall-Mounted Clock
No Ticking Noise! - In the Jungle, the Quiet Jungle...
Clocks are not just for telling time, they're a terrific piece of wall art as well. For a jungle safari or wild animal nursery, there are some really cute choices to pick up your main color scheme.
For a bright jungle or safari theme room, an elephant tells you the time without making any noise. On the face of the clock, small letters spell out the old saying, "The early bird catches the worm" - which is rather odd for an elephant, but an interesting way to introduce a toddler to the concept of metaphor in language!
A bright blue clock with a pink-striped zebra works well in the nursery of either a baby girl or a baby boy. Like the orange elephant clock, this one also has words on its face to remind us about the worm-catching luck of the "early bird."
Bright Bumblebee Yellow - Silent Clock with Easy-to-Read Black Numbers
For a kid's bedroom, you really can't go wrong with a bright primary color scheme for accessories and wall décor - like the bold sunny yellow of the non-ticking timepiece here.
This bright and cheerful silent wall clock in hot yellow has large black numbers that are easy to read from across the room, complete with second hands and a bold black frame that accents the bright colors. If you're doing your child's room in a bumble bee theme, this clock is right on!
Decorative Daisy - Lulu Décor Non-Ticking Metal Flower Wall Clock
Here's an adorable choice for a girly-girl's bedroom or even a more grown-up play space, if you like a retro-mod-groovy vibe. The face of the ultra-quiet clock is a plain dove-grey glass dial surrounded by black metal stylized flowers, each accented with a sparkling white crystal. She'll feel like a real princess, with a clock like this silent beauty to hang on her wall - and sleep like a dream, with no ticking noise to disturb her precious slumber. Lulu Décor Daisy Decorative
Fairytale Castle Clock - Made in USA Quartz Movement
Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, the photograph that decorates this non-ticking clock, was the inspiration for Disney's iconic fantasy castle in Sleeping Beauty - what could be a more appropriate noise-free wall clock for the bedroom of your own little princess?
Virtually silent, the made-in-the-USA quartz movement runs on one AA battery. Roman numerals mean you won't be using this clock to teach a toddler how to tell time - save that for grade school kids! - but Mom will know if there's time for one more story!
Learn to Tell Time - with a multi-colored teaching clock
Even in this age of digital displays, the ability to read an analog timepiece is a valuable skill for any child to learn - not just to tell time, but because of the way it helps their growing brains to develop a visual model for the passage of hours, minutes, and seconds.
This one - silent, of course - is printed with bright nursery colors on a white face, and shows the words "minutes to" and "minutes past" to help your young child learn the meaning of those common phrases. It's recommended for elementary school age children, but I'd hang this clock in a toddler's bedroom - it's never too early to start learning, with those curious little minds!