Help students with autism understand the passage of time with the Time Timer. This Timer works well with children with autism, Aspergers, PDD-NOS and other special needs. For many children its hard to understand the abstract concept of time. The Time Timerís highly visual design makes it easier for special students with visual strengths to understand elapsed time. People can visually watch time pass as the red dial gets smaller and smaller each minute. The three inch timer is great to use at home during dinner time or homework time or individually on a students desk in the classroom.
The Time Timer clearly shows how much time is left in any interval up to sixty minutes. To use the timer just move the red disc counterclockwise to the desired time interval. The red disc gets smaller as time passes until the red is all gone. The disc may be moved clockwise or counterclockwise without harming the mechanism.
In The Classroom
The Time Timer is great for helping students focus and stay on task. It reinforces the sense of elapsed time with a graphic depiction of the time remaining. Use it to set time limits, measure the duration of activities and help students manage their time.
perfect, September 10, 2012
Posted By: Michele
perfect size for travelling with. My 7 year old likes to be able to see the time go by