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Learning Resources Time Tracker Mini

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  • Supports a variety of classroom activities
  • Unique visual and auditory indicators
  • Adjust volume or turn off sound for visual timing
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 4.1 x 4.1 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Hong Kong
  • ASIN: B004DJ373G
  • Item model number: LER6909
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 - 9 years
  • Batteries 3 AAA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #807 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (154 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Time Tracker Mini
It's the final countdown.
Learning Resources Time Tracker Mini

Time Tracker Mini is a unique, multi-sensory timer that offers visual and auditory cues, including a warning alarm that supports transitions. Manage everyday activities and tasks while fostering childrens' independence and accountability. The portable mini timer runs on batteries and has been designed with ease-of-use in mind. Just two dials - total alarm time and warning time. Total time can be set from five minutes to two hours, in five-minute increments. Counts down until the colored light glows, and the alarm sounds. Adjust volume or turn off sound for visual timing. Requires three AAA batteries (not included).

Time Tracker Mini
Enhances self management.
Enhance Self-Management Skills

Learning Resources' Time Tracker Mini enhances self management and independence skills, and is great for reminders. The Timer facilitates transitions by providing a warning cue to indicate an end of an activity, thus helping your child to predict and prepare. Easy-to-use, portable timer can be set to give both an auditory and visual cue - a great benefit for children who have deficits in hearing or vision. Features red for stop, green for go, and can be seen easily from all angles.

Time Tracker Mini
Supports a variety of activities.
Set it and Go

Time tracker mini is a hands-on, take anywhere timer that supports a variety of activities. Time homework (or showers), keep kids on task when it's time for chores or use it to help you get everyone out the door on time. Operates easily with just two dials: total alarm time and warning time. Great for boosting self-management, and social and behavioral skills. Measures just 3.25"L x 3.25"W x 4.75"H.


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Customer Reviews

The yellow light goes off but if I set it to give a 5 minute warning - the red never goes on.
HisTrumpetSounds
This product works well for kids who need a little help focusing and managing their time, and the visual signals are better for our kids.
kayelletea
So illogical, but if you want 10 min of green and 5 min of yellow you have to set the green band to 15 and the yellow one to 10.
Scott Davis

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

148 of 151 people found the following review helpful By Cynthia Wincel on June 14, 2011
I purchased this item to help my Autistic son with waiting. The biggest draw back is that it can ONLY be set in 5 minute incriments. The dial does not move to indicate how much time is left. And if the start button is pushed more than once (Kids) it resets the timer. I never saw the light change to yellow. Only blink red when time was almost up. Hope this helps. I am returning it to the store.
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132 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Scott Davis on August 31, 2012
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We purchased the Mini due to other reviewers commenting on how confusing the larger one was to program. We wanted the timer for our son for this morning school routine (dressing, eating, etc). Now let me say that I am an engineer and reasonably good at problem solving. However, this timer, which has only a green and yellow adjuster really perplexed me for about a week. I eventually sat down with a stop watch to figure this thing out because it does not come with directions. For all of the other parents out there, here is how it works.

The green band sets your total time. If you only want 5 min then the timer will go from green directly to red after 5 min no yellow. For 15 min, the green band is on 15, etc.
That's not so bad, I would have thought that the green band set the time of the green light but nope, green band is the total time.

The yellow band sets the duration of the green light. So illogical, but if you want 10 min of green and 5 min of yellow you have to set the green band to 15 and the yellow one to 10. Rather than the yellow band setting the duration of the yellow light, you have to do the math and subtract the green band which is really the total time from the yellow band which is really the green light to get the yellow time. Confused? Yep, we were too.

I hope this helps lessen the confusion, it really is a great tool and works wonders, but is so frustratingly illogical to use. I'm happy to have it but wish it were more intuitive.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Teaching Mom on September 28, 2011
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This timer is very easy to set. Simply twist the green band to the amount of total time that the timer will run, and twist the yellow band to how long after the timer starts that you would like it to show the yellow warning light. The volume is adjustable, which is perfect for a loud/busy classroom or a quiet space such as the library. One of my students does fabulous with transitions when he can see the lights change.... when it turns to yellow, he'll tell me that he only has a little left, and when it turns red, he just gets up and follows the group. Without the light there are arguments and negotiations for more time! Works GREAT! LOVE IT!!!
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J on January 14, 2012
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I have a four-year old who loves to dally. When she wants to get a task done, it only takes her 3 minutes, but sometimes she can go for 3 hours and still not have it finished. Trying to set limits on her is difficult, because she doesn't really understand the concept of time yet. Using other timers, even cute ones, has always resulted in a major meltdown, because she feels as if her time is almost up from the moment we press start - even after repeated assurance that she has more than enough time to complete the task at hand. This timer has worked miracles in our house. . . she knows she's being timed, and that when her time is up there will be consequences, but as long as the light is green, she stays on task and doesn't freak out about it. Being able to set a warning bell/light is genius - she understands that now is the time to rush to get it done before it goes red, and though from time to time we do have orange-light meltdowns, they've been far less frequent than with our old timers or with no timer at all. It has made a huge difference. Having a concrete thing to mark the end leads to much less arguing and begging for a little bit more time. You might be able to sway mommy with tears, but a timer is a machine - when it turns red she can't plead with it for more time. Life has gone on much more smoothly for us since we got this awesome little timer! You'd think she'd hate it, but she actually really loves it, and ASKS us to set it for things that we wouldn't normally. I DO wish that it could be set for smaller increments - at least that the warning light could be set in single minutes instead of increments of 5 - so that we could use it to mark when it's time to give someone else a turn with a toy, but as it is, I love it and highly recommend it to anyone going through a similar problem.Read more ›
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By McTriplet Mommy on May 8, 2012
We were constantly struggling to get our 3 boys ready in the morning. I got so sick of reminding them to get dressed for 45 minutes straight! Now we set the timer, with a warning when there is 5 minutes left, and they are on their own. If the timer is up before they are ready, they will go to bed 15 minutes earlier that night since they are obviously too tired to get dressed. We do the same for breakfast - when the timer goes off, breakfast is over. You can mess around all you want but you're going to be awfully hungry until lunch.

Agree I wish it wasn't automatically 5 minute increments but it works great for us. The reviews I read for the original time tracker seemed like it was hard to program but this one is a piece of cake. Definitely recommend!!
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