Today’s blog post comes to you from Time Timers Co-President, Heather Rogers. Time Timer isaproud sponsor of The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati on Tourthis year. Heather discussesTime Timer’s commitment to the education of our children and encouraging and facilitating discussions to help children learn and grow in compassion.
Time Timer announces the launch of the Time Timer WASH handwashing timer, designed to help keep our kids clean and safe. The WASH will be available for preorder on October 15th, Global Handwashing Day. Sign up for updates here!
September2020 is the 9thannual World Alzheimer’s Month. This month is about spreading awareness globally about Dementia and the stigma that surround it. Learn more and get involved in helping fight the stigma.
How do I help my child get used to wearing a mask? We share some tips that may help. No two children are alike in terms of comfort level with a mask, or even how well they will be able to tolerate wearing a mask, but this is a great place to start.
Many children have had to change their routine this school year and begin learning from home.One way to help your child adjust to their new routine is bysetting up an at home learning space for them. Today we have tips on how to best set up the at home learning space that will be most effective and productive for your child.
The new school year will be quite different. We have researched the best tools for educators who will be teaching in classroom settings, via distance learning, or a combination. Here are our top recommendations for teaching toolsto help withcommunication, engagement, accessibility, and interactive learning.
Students with cognitive disabilities often face challenges related to independent functioning.Structured work systemscan help students develop independent functioning skills.Theyare agreat way for parents to add structureduring the summer monthsand toenhance a teacher’s classroom routine once school is in session again.
Consistent and predictable daily routines allow children to function their best. It takes effort to start and maintain a routine, but the benefits are worth it. Let’s dive into the why, what, and how behind all-things childhood routines, so YOU can start implementing them to see changes at home right now.