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Megatimer 5 Minute Blue

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This durable sand timers with moulded end caps and thick wall surrounds are ideal for classroom time activities. Each...
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Megatimer 5 Minute Blue

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This durable sand timers with moulded end caps and thick wall surrounds are ideal for classroom time activities. Each timer is colour coded for easy identification. Ideal for use in games, accurate event timing and experiments. Understanding and being aware of time limits for certain activities can assist children with the development of appropriate social behaviour in group settings, and can support children who have difficulty with transitions from one activity to another. Large sand timers are a good calming resource for some children. Timers can also act as a visual communication tool for children who need further support. Times available include: 1, 2, 3, and 5 minute timers. Measures 29.5 H x 13 W x 13cm d.
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Colour Blue
Age Group School Aged
Minimum Recommended Age 5yrs+
Height 29.5 cm
Diameter 13 cm
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