7" Audible Time Timer® Plus

Item: 161457

$ 37.50
Item #:  161457
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Help Students Keep Track Of Time With This Visual Aid

Ideal for all ages, this timer displays a red disk that gradually disappears, depicting the block of time remaining. A dial controls the volume of the beep that sounds when time is up, and also allows for optional silent operation. Other features include a carry handle and a durable protective lens. Requires one AA battery (not included).

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Product Information
Time Timer
  • 1 timer
    Size: 5½"W by 7"H

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5 Stars

So helpful!

This timer has eliminated so much stress for me and my granddaughter! I ordered it to keep her on task at bath time but we have found many more uses for it. We use it for meals, homework and just about anything where she needs to stay on task. She can see the time elapsing as the red disappears and no longer needs reminders from me that time is running out. We use it in combination with a reward system. If she beats the timer she gets a letter added to spell her favorite frozen yogurt spot. If she doesn't finish a task before the timer goes off, she loses a letter. I highly recommend this timer. Wish we got one sooner.
By from , CA
5 Stars

What a great idea.

I purchased three of these for Christmas and two more since then. I kept one for myself to use when the grand-kids are here. The other I gave away and all the responses have been positive. The kids like the idea that they can actually see what 20 minutes or 45 minutes, etc. looks like. Getting them to sit still and do homework or take a break when they are wound up, is much easier now because they can see that five minutes isn't all that long and they can handle it. They have actually even asked to add time to the clock when doing homework. I love it and will tell more of my grandparent friends about it. Thank you.
By from , CA