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Bee a Time Keeper Clock-children's educational clock, time management, transitions, planning, self-regulation, autism

Bee a Time Keeper Clock-children's educational clock, time management, transitions, planning, self-regulation, autism

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The "Bee a Time Keeper" clock was developed by a speech-language pathologist specializing in executive function skills to help children, “see the passage of time.” When we experience “what time feels like” we become better self-managers.

The strategic placement of bright colors and child-friendly critters on an analog format provide a fun, nonthreatening way to develop children’s time management, planning, transitional, and self-regulation skills. The "Bee a Time Keeper" clock is beneficial for children ages 3-9 at both home and school.

Time is an abstract concept and hard for young children to understand. Typically, children are not taught time until the second grade; however, we expect younger children to understand how time moves, “You have 5 minutes,” or “Bedtime is in 15 minutes.”

Children are often unable to comply with adult requests around time, because they have no understanding of what time “feels” like. This can be frustrating for both adults and children.

• The “Bee A Time Keeper” clock teaches time concepts.
• Uses colorful child-friendly visuals with cute little critters on the minute and hour hands to help children see the “sweep of time.”
• Helps children improve transition expectations


Clock includes:
• 12” plastic clock with white frame only
• Detailed instructions and examples on how to effectively use this clock with children
• 1 AA Battery included
The "Bee a Time Keeper" clock was developed by a speech-language pathologist specializing in executive function skills to help children, “see the passage of time.” When we experience “what time feels like” we become better self-managers.

The strategic placement of bright colors and child-friendly critters on an analog format provide a fun, nonthreatening way to develop children’s time management, planning, transitional, and self-regulation skills. The "Bee a Time Keeper" clock is beneficial for children ages 3-9 at both home and school.

Time is an abstract concept and hard for young children to understand. Typically, children are not taught time until the second grade; however, we expect younger children to understand how time moves, “You have 5 minutes,” or “Bedtime is in 15 minutes.”

Children are often unable to comply with adult requests around time, because they have no understanding of what time “feels” like. This can be frustrating for both adults and children.

• The “Bee A Time Keeper” clock teaches time concepts.
• Uses colorful child-friendly visuals with cute little critters on the minute and hour hands to help children see the “sweep of time.”
• Helps children improve transition expectations


Clock includes:
• 12” plastic clock with white frame only
• Detailed instructions and examples on how to effectively use this clock with children
• 1 AA Battery included

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