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Fun Pun Desk Clock

Item# 13999-153941

Estimated in stock Fri Jul 22 2022

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MoMA Exclusive: Motivate your children to learn how to read clocks with the Fun Pun Desk Clock. Using the Montessori education method, this design teaches kids the relationship between the decimal and hexadecimal systems, so they’ll be able to read clocks and learn about the concept of time. Made ABS plastic and glass by Lemnos, a Japanese company founded in 1947. It measures 6.3h x 6w x 2.35"d.
  • Designer
    Yoko Dobashi
  • Size
    6.3h x w 6w x d 2.35"d
  • Materials
    ABS, Glass
  • Year of Design
    2018
  • Origin
    Japan

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Fun Pun Desk Clock
Why We Chose This
Designer Yoko Dobashi developed the Fun Pun Clock as an educational tool for children. "Regardless of how much digital technology has developed, an analog clock is still easier for children to understand," explains Dobashi. "Because it visually shows how much time they have left—and helps them to intuitively understand the time with an image, like a graphic."

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