Wrist Watches for Girls

by petunia

Little girls and pretty wrist watches are a perfect match.

Choosing a Wrist Watch for a Girl

The Gift She Will Treasure

Wrist watches for girls are available in both fancy styles and casual.  Which will you choose for your little girl?  Is she a tom-boy or a princess or both?

As you know, one of the most important things we can teach our children is how to tell time.  But perhaps even more important than teaching them to tell time, is teaching them to manage their time.

And besides, every little girl loves a pretty watch!   Let your gift to her be a meaningful symbol of her grown-up ability to tell time and manage her time every day.

From Timex Kids - Pink Flowers Watch Band

Timex Kids' T74951 Flowers Stretch Band Watch
Timex
Only $19.95

You Can Depend On Timex Watches

Timex knows that children sometimes lose things.  That's why they offer the Timex Kids Loss Protection Plan for their watches.  If your child loses a watch during the first year of ownership, the watch is replaced at a price of $10.  You can read all the details about this warranty in the paperwork that is packed with the watch. 

When you are reading watch descriptions on Amazon, look for the Timex Kids Loss Protection Plan.

Note:  You can click on any watch on this page to see a full range of wrist watches for girls on Amazon.

Time Teacher Watch for Little Girls

Timex Kids' T89022 Time Teacher Flowers Stretch Band Watch
Timex
$19.95  $14.88

Teach Your Daughter to Tell Time

This feminine little watch is a great first watch for a six year old.  The green hand tells the hour and the purple hand tells the minutes.  The watch is even marked with the words "to" and "past" to make telling time easier than ever.

The bright happy floral band can be removed for washing, too!  

Now your daughter will better understand her bedtime and appointment times.  She will be telling you the correct time within a few days. 

Especially for Little Girls Who Love Lego

Legos are fun and if your little girl loves her legos, she will adore this pink and white Lego watch.   She can change the pink and white links as often as she wants - arrange them in different ways and make herself a "new" looking watch each time.  There is a tiny little heart on the end of the second hand.

Let your daughter express her creativity and building skills with this lego watch.  What fun!

Little Girl's Lego Watch

LEGO Kids' 9002885 Belville Analog Watch
LEGO
Only $24.99

Teaching Time

When your daughter or granddaughter asks for a watch of her own, she is ready to begin some major life lessons about managing her time.  Even the very youngest children enjoy counting the days until their birthday or a major holiday.

Take advantage of her curiosity about time and give her a calendar with her watch.  She can use stickers to mark important dates and scheduled events - i.e. gymnastics classes on Tuesdays at 3:00.    Or if you prefer, you can create your own calendar and allow her to decorate with her favorite stickers and original drawings.

A new watch and a new calendar set the stage for time management lessons she will never forget.

Updated: on 06/16/2011, petunia
 
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Which wrist watch would your little girl love most?


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mivvy on 08/12/2011

I remember my first watch, got it on my 9th birthday. It was an old one of my mother, times have changed since then

Guest on 07/03/2011

I like the Time Teacher - reminds me of one of the many I had as a child.

Sylvestermouse on 06/22/2011

These are all awesome! i had to giggle for a moment. Would you believe my son and I just had a long discussion about why people think Legos and Pokemon are just for boys? (Thanks to McDonalds Happy Meal toys) We simply cannot grasp it. Therefore, I vote for the Lego watch, simply because I don't think girls should be left out of the Lego fun :)

ohme on 06/18/2011

Daddy told me that I wasn't responsible enough to own a wristwatch since I went in swimming with mine on. I still don't wear one. Maybe one day I will feel that I am responsible enough.

Wizzler on 06/18/2011

Cool ones!
Loved the lego one!

petunia on 06/16/2011

Well, spirituality, I hope the little ones don't have phones yet! I know our grands don't have phones and won't have them until they are 16 at least. So for now, they learn to tell time wearing a watch. :)

spirituality on 06/16/2011

They're all cute. But do kids really still wear wrist watches, what with mobile phones to keep time and everything?

tssfacts on 06/16/2011

Joan, these are just too adorable. Wow! wish they had these when I was a kid. What a neat way to learn how to tell time.

Dianne on 06/16/2011

These wrist watches for girls are so cute! I love the Lego one!

Susan52 on 06/16/2011

I love the purple and pink watch with the retro daisies. Cool!




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