The Big Time Learning Clock is a teaching clock designed for use with children with cognitive disabilities. This large plastic clock features hidden gears to maintain correct hour and minute relationships. The clock features large, easy-to-read hour and minute markings and a removable stand. An activity guide is included. The Student Clock is a smaller version of the Big Time Learning Clock. DIMENSIONS: The Big Time Learning Clock is 13.25 inches high and the student clock is five inches in di
The Choice Go Board with 3 x 3 Icons, model 3348, is a personal and time skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or emotional disabilities. This board enables children to make choices for each period in their schedule. They can choose one of three activities in any of the seven time slots. DIMENSIONS (LxWxH): 34 x 15 x 4 inches.
Clocks & Time is a time skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. The program has the user follow four children through their day using the included geared plastic clock. The set also includes 20 activities and two games.
Digital Time – Lite is a time skills tutorial program designed for use by parents or teachers working with children with developmental disabilities or autism. This application (or app) allows a parent or teacher to use an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Android device to teach a child to identify time on a digital clock. The app is organized into multiple "Learn and Play" sections, each of which has a "Learn" part and a "Play" part. In each "Learn" portion, the child is shown pictures of vario
Time Telling is a time management training system and time skills tutorial program designed to incrementally build skills for people who do not yet know how to tell time. The program uses behavior modification and programmed learning to teach users to read a standard or digital clock and to say and write the correct time. It carefully sequences time-telling skills that students can master to the level of the minute. The skills necessary for reading a clock are divided into small steps, and syste
Learning to Tell Time is a time skills tutorial designed to teach children with physical or cognitive disabilities to tell time and understand time concepts. Basic Clocks requires the students to match one-hour intervals on standard anlog and digital clock faces. Advanced Clocks requires matching of half-hour intervals with digital and analog clock faces. Exploring Time includes exercises to determine whether it is a.m. or p.m. or to determine what time it is by matching the time with familiar a
The Magnetic Learning Calendar is a time skills tutorial program designed for use with children with cognitive and learning disabilities. The magnetic calendar includes 51 pieces to assist children in tracking and learning the days, weeks, months, and the weather. The calendar has a write on/wipe off surface and grommets for hanging. An activity guide is included. DIMENSIONS: 12 x 16.5 inches.
On Time Story Problems is a time skills tutorial program designed to teach time telling skills for students with cognitive disabilities. This program teaches time telling using analog and digital clock faces with two sets of story problem cards. Students learn to relate clock times with the real world and solve story problems about real-time activities. Grades K-1 focuses on times to the hour and half-hour. Grades 1-2 progresses to quarter hour and elapsed time. Each set includes 13 activity car
The Original Learning Clock is a teaching clock designed for use with children with cognitive disabilities. This large plastic clock features gears on the clock face to maintain correct hour and minute relationships and showing the inner clock workings. The clock features large, easy-to-read hour and minute markings. DIMENSIONS: 9.5 inches tall. COLOR: The clock is yellow with blue markings.
The Original Learning Clock and Activity Cards is a teaching clock designed for use with individuals with learning disabilities. The large, colorful clock is self-supporting and features clear numerals (1 through 12) and dots to mark the minutes in between. The set also includes 24 double-sided activity cards filled with problem-solving situations, and a transparent clock face for use with the cards.
The Playroom is an academic tutorial program designed to teach children about letters, numbers and time for individuals who are developmentally impaired. There are a number of learning tools for children to learn that education can be fun. The Cuckoo Clock helps children to learn time; the Mixed Up Toy encourages children to play creatively by rearranging toy parts; the Mousehole contains a three level counting game that introduces addition and subtraction along with game stategies; the Spinners
The Primary Time Teacher Learning Clock is a teaching clock designed for use with children with cognitive disabilities. This large plastic clock features large, easy-to-read hour and minute markings and a shutttered digital display in the base. When the hands on the clock face are moved, the digital display keeps pace, providing a self-checking method. An activity guide is included. The clock is available in 12- or 24-hour demonstration models and 12- or 24-hour junior (student) models. DIME
Stickybear Time is a time skills tutorial program designed to teach the concept of time in classroom or at home to children from kindergarten through third grade who have developmental or learning disabilities. The program features illustrated activities with real human speech that lead children through four self-paced sections. Children learn to tell time in hours and minutes with both traditional analog and digital clocks. The school versions and above also come with freely reproducible lesso
DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To assist students with cognitive or learning disabilities to plan for tests and homework requirements. Each student fills out a daily planner for each hour of the school day. For each class, students write what was done in the class and what homework was assigned. Stdents also make notations as to when assignments are due and when tests are scheduled. Planners are signed by parents on Friday. MATERIALS: Student class planner. AUTHOR: Wendt, S. TITLE: Assistive
Time Telling Dominoes is a time skills tutorial program designed for use with individuals with learning and developmental disabilities. Designed to be used similarly to standard dominoes, these dominoes depict the time on digital and analog clock faces or express the time using time telling vocabulary. The set includes hour and half-hour times, as well as quarter hour, five minute, and minute intervals.
The Time Activities Kit is a time skills tutorial program designed for use with elementary students with learning disabilities. This set includes four overhead transparency clock faces; 10 student clock faces; four digital/analog clock rubber stamps; 1-, 2-, and 3-minute sand timers; 48 flash cards; four different time activity workbooks; and It's About Time! floor games. The set is packaged in a plastic storace box.
The Time Concepts Series, 6500 Series, is a time skills tutorial program designed to teach skills of specific time concepts to students with a reading level of 2.0. The set teaches a total of 128 concepts using 5 workbooks. Titles in the series include Day by Day, Week by Week, Month by Month, Year by Year, and Season by Season. Each new concept is presented visually, and each book features independent student activities and provides frequent practice and systematic review to establish a specifi
The Time is Now, Model 6510, is a time skills tutorial program designed to teach numeral time concepts to students with a reading level of 1.0 from Elementary grades through Adult Basic Education. The series of four workbooks presents concepts visually, and progresses from the simplest to the most complex concepts. Book 1 covers the hour, 30 minutes, 15 minutes; Book 2 covers 45 minutes, 10 minutes, 20 minutes, and reviews Book 1; Book 3 covers 40 minutes, 50 minutes, 25 minutes, and reviews Boo
Time Skills is a time management training system and time skills tutorial program designed to stress the concept that individuals nust take responsibility for their personal daily and weekly schedules. The game's Draw card categories include clocks, home, school or work, and community. Topics covered include setting a watch, setting an alarm clock, punctuality, time sheets, taking medication, making reservations, and others. The program includes the game board and playing pieces, draw cards, a t
The Time Teacher is a time skills tutorial program designed for use with individuals with cognitive disabilities. The fully functional quartz movement clock features 12 removable blocks to mark the time. One set of block faces shows the time as a standard analog clock, another set of faces can be used to teach time in five-minute steps, another set can be used to teach fractions of hours, and another can be used for 24 hour time to teach the concepts of A.M. and P.M. Manul movement of the clock
DO IT YOURSELF ENTRY" ----- PURPOSE: To assist individuals with low vision in learning to tell time. For a student with low vision, using a standard wall clock as a teaching tool is difficult. The instructor explained that the clock has two hands, a little hand for the hours and a big hand for the minutes. She also explained that if the number to which the big hand was pointing was multiplied by 5, the time would be clear. For example, if the the hour hand pointed to 5 and the minute hand to 4,
The Time Telling Set is a time skills tutorial program designed for use with individuals with cognitive disabilities. The set has 41 pieces, including a magnetic write and erase board, two magnetic clock faces, hour and minute hands, and a digital clock face with attachable numerals. Also included is a 64-page reproducible activity book. DIMENSIONS: One clock face is 9 inches in diameter and the other is 4.5 inches.
The Time Tracker Mini is designed for preschool and elementary school students who have time management challenges as it helps children manage their time during school and home activities. Offers visual and auditory indicators with 2 dials: total alarm time and warning time. The Time Tracker Mini quietly counts down and when time is up, the colored light glows and the alarm sounds. Mute option available to mute sound and use only the light as an indicator. Warning feature signals a few minutes b
Time...To Go! is an auditory output, electronic educational toy and time skills tutorial program designed to teach telling time on a conventional clock face, setting digital clocks and alarms, the concept of AM and PM, and a better understanding of before/after and earlier/later concepts. This toy is also a real working alarm clock with a built-in stand so it can be placed on a bed side table. Includes 10 double-sided cards for 20 different activities. Child interacts with the device by pressing
The Timing It Right Board Game is a time skills tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive disabilities. This game has children play their way through a busy day while building time-telling skills. The self-checking game helps build skills in telling digital and analog time. The game includes the game board, game pieces, a clock face, and a table flip book.
Treasure MathStorm! is an academic tutorial program designed to build abilities to tell time, count money, make change, and solve other math problems. This program strengthens thinking nd basic arithmetic skills such as addition, subtraction, and multiplication; and develops an understanding of equalities and inequalities. It includes both drill-and-practice and problem-solving questions. There are six different math levels so it is easy to find one that automatically adjusts to the player's abi
The What Time is It? Language Kit Pllus, model LK-T, is a time skills and language tutorial program designed for use by children with cognitive or communication disabilities. This program introduces concepts of time (clock, hour, minute) and times of day (morning, afternoon, evening, night), and builds the child's understanding of time by talking about common activities that occur during each time period. Extension activities include matching analog and digital clocks, with time to the hour and