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Transitions (moving from one activity to another) can be really tough for young children, especially when they're doing something they really enjoy! A helpful tool used in childcare settings and schools is a visual timer.
Before children learn how to tell time, visual timers provide a visual cue of how much time is left - "When the green disappears, it's time to ________"
They create predictability and can help children move through the schedule of the day a little easier. They're perfect for helping to manage routines at home.
Use a visual timer for teeth brushing and hand washing, signaling the end of an activity, independent playtime, taking turns, playing games, taking breaks, etc.
Winner of the Teacher's Choice Award For The Family from Learning Magazine.
Volume control dial for those times you need a louder tone and those when you prefer silence.
Lightweight anti-static disk
No loud ticking
Size: 5.5" x 7"
One AA battery required for operation (not included)