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Saturday, July 17, 2010

TIME TIMER GIVEAWAY (*CLOSED*)

The Time Timer is a simple product that can be used in SO many different ways. It is simply a timer. That is it. But what makes it different is that it shows the time left in red. Some reasons that might be good:

*Someone who is visually impaired might be able to see this when they can't see a smaller timer.
*A very young child who can't tell time yet... can get a visual idea of how much time is left.
*A classroom of children.
*A car full of kids wanting to know.. "Are we there yet?"
*When you are exercising, reading or doing chores that you need a timer on for. So many great uses.

Use the Time Timer in the classroom to:

*Teach the concept of time.
*Train students to use time wisely.
*Track the duration of activities.
*Monitor standardized tests.

Designed to help students understand, "how much longer" no other teaching aid reinforces the concept of elapsed time like the teacher-tested Time Timer. The disappearing red disk allows students to "see" time without knowing how to "tell" time. The Time Timer is perfect for setting time limits, managing transitions and training students to make better use of available time, making every moment count.

Use the Time Timer at work to:
*Keep meetings on time and on track.
*Meet deadlines without compromising quality.
*Deliver presentations that are succinct and focused.
*Accomplish tasks efficiently.
With constant pressure to complete tasks, contribute to team performance, and deliver results, businesses worldwide are using the Time Timer to make every moment count. The Time Timer promotes productivity by enabling everyone, from executive to entry level, to comprehend time visually - not as a series of minutes, but as a window of opportunity to accomplish an objective, an activity or a task. It's simple-to-use, red disk helps develop time management skills that are critical for achieving professional success at all levels.
In Special Needs, Time Timer applications include:
*Guidance for individuals with ADD, ADHD, Autism, Asperger's Syndrome and Dyslexia.
*Monitoring time during counseling and therapy sessions.
*Geriatric care, such as memory prompting for medications and appointments.
*Stroke and brain disorder rehabilitation.
The Time Timer helps individuals judge how much time is left - even if they can't "tell" time. Time Timer products feature high visual contrast, large, dial numbers and ultra-quiet operation, making them perfect for special needs counseling, therapy and rehabilitation sessions. Perfect for both individual and group settings, the Time Timer helps make every moment count.
Use the Time Timer to:
*Help children focus on their homework.
*Balance TV (or computer) time with playtime.
*Stick to practice and workout schedules.
*Assist with "start/end-of-day" routines.
Throughout your hectic day, the Time Timer is there to remind you when it's quiet time... or yoga time... dinner time. Today, more than ever, we are challenged to do more with less, and whatever time needs to be managed or measured, you can count on the Time Timer to make every moment count.
What I like about the Time Timer is that you can use it on "TIME OUT" for your kids and they can see how much time they have left when they are in Time Out.
The Time Timer 8" is approximately 8" square. Designed to operate free standing or wall mounted. Price $35.00
Visit Time Timer to learn more about the Time Timer.
Time Timer is offering one Mother of 1 Princess and 2 Princes reader a chance to win a 8" Time Timer.
MANDATORY: Tell me what you would use your Time Timer for.
FOR EXTRA ENTRIES: (The Above Must Be Done First To Be Eligible For The Extra Entries)
1.) Follow my Blog.
2.) Become a Subscriber. (On Sidebar On Top Right Side)
3.) Follow me on Facebook.
Open to U.S. Giveaway ends July 30, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. CST. Winner will be selected by random.org and notified by email and will have 48 hours to reply back before a new winner is selected. Please remember to leave your email address so I can contact you if you win. GOOD LUCK!

82 comments:

  1. I would use it for cooking!

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  3. for teaching so they could see how much time was left mrs.mommyyatgmail

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  4. I would use it my classroom for our timed math facts tests.
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  5. I would use it to help my niece with her timed math tests when I watch her in the evenings!
    Thanks!

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  9. let's see with a 3 yr old there are just toooo many to count! defnitely for time out! for hand ashing and teeth brushing, for tv time, for play time before bath, for picking up toys before bed.....whew, I need this timer!

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  11. As I have poor eyesight the Time Timer, with it's large numbers and red visual display, would help me a great deal when I need a visual whem determining how much I have left to pick the kids up, cooking time, etc. Many many uses.

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  12. HORTON111@AOL.COM

    I WOULD USE IT TO TIME MY BAKING ... WHEN I AM AT MY COMUTER WORKING

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  13. I'd use it when cooking, baking or snoozing for an hour.

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  16. i would use it to tell my grandchildren how much time they have left to play video games or use the computer. they use it to much in my opinion and need to play outside more
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  18. I follow your blog

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  20. crystal bourgeoisJuly 18, 2010 at 11:56 AM

    i would use it for just about everything at home.

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  21. I'll use it for cooking - I frequently have several things that need timing going at once.

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  22. I am a teacher and could use this to know when class is going to be finished.

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  23. This would be great for cooking and for helping my kids with their school work and instrument practice time. Contact info on my blog, Thanks!

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  24. I'd use it to time my household tasks

    nblexp at gmail dot com

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  25. I would use it when I am cooking.


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  26. Id use it to time reading time in our house.
    Thanks for the chance.
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  27. I would use the timer for cooking!! I tend to burn things :)

    CajunBombshell1@yahoo.com

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  28. I am a follower.

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  29. I am a subscriber.

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  30. for when my son has time outs!

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  31. i would use this for everything, but espesically when workin w/ my oldest daughter who has learning disabilities.

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  32. I will use it to check on the dogs

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  33. I would use it to time computer ,tv and video game time. The kids are always asking how much longer they have..now they can see it.

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  34. I would use this for bedtimes and tv limits-so much easier than being the bad guy!
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  35. I follow your blog.
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  36. I would use this in my kitchen or outside barbecuing.

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  37. I'm a follower
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  38. I would LOVE to have this timer! I have a bad back and when I clean I try to do it 15 minutes at a time. This would be great for me to not overdo it. I could also use it to let my son know how much time is left for time out. You wouldn't believe how many times a kid can ask, "Has it been 5 minutes yet mommy"? LOL Would be good for baking too as my oven timer is not at all accurate!
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  39. I follow your blog via google friend connect!

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  41. this would be great for setting time to doing chores

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  42. Following publicly as Louis on Google Friends Connect

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  43. I subscribed to your feed via mail (same as in my profile / this post)

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  44. friend on FaceBook (Louis Here) :)

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  45. I could really use this to be more organized with my time especially when studying and working.

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  48. I would use it for the occasional time outs for my 3 year old.

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  49. I am in the "use it for time out" club too! leandrea246(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  50. My son has special needs and really struggles with transitions from one activity to another. This would be so helpful for him to be able to watch and see when it's time for him to transition. He has one at school and he loves it.

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  51. I would use it to help my daughter with transitions during the day. I try to remind her a few times before we do the next hing (like lunch, nap, etc) but she doesn't always deal with the switch so well.

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  52. I would use it to limit the amounr of tv watching my kids engage in, thanks!

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  53. As of five minutes ago, the first use that came to mind for a Time Timer is to track the kids 'time out' period! :)

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  54. I could definitely use this with my 6 and 8 year old sons, especially when I say '5 more minutes of TV' or my favorite 'you've got 20 minutes to pick up all of these toys or else I pick them up and put them into the garbage and you'll never have to worry about having to pick them up again' LOL Thanks for the chance to win!

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  57. I would use it to stay on task at work & also for excercise sessions- a simple but brilliant idea for those of us overburdened & totally distracted by all the tech we're surrounded by!

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  58. I would use the timer as a kitchen timer when cooking.

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  60. When I'm tackling tasks at home, I don't like to overdo one task in one day. I like to break up my time so that I get a bit done in each category every day, so that in the areas that I have more work to do in, I will allot more time.
    This would help me a lot, since when I'm sorting, cleaning, or organizing, I tend to lose track of time and spend too much of it on one thing, and the other areas suffer. This would help me out a lot!

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  61. i would use it for homework time and time outs
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  62. I would use this to time myself while riding my exercise bike.

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  63. follow google friend

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  66. I do my cleaning in 20 minute sessions. I'd use the timer for that!

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