Kids using Time Timer for managing their play schedule

Clinically Proven

A recent study conducted by the Department of Exceptional Student Education at Florida Atlantic University found that children ages 2-4 years old showed a significant increase in self-regulation skills when the Time Timer®was used to facilitate their activity.

The children, who were at risk of developmental delays, were observed performing typical individual or group activities such as reading picture books or playing with blocks. When a Time Timer®was utilized during their activity, each child’s accuracy and engagement in the activity increased dramatically.

CASE STUDY: Using the Time Timer WASH in a Preschool Setting

This case study illustrates how one preschool used theTime Timer WASH,a visual timer for handwashing, to give their students the confidence and independence needed to properly wash their hands, so the teachers could continue doing what they do best – teaching.

“[The Time Timer WASH] really helps the children to understand the length of time they should be washing their hands.”