Your company account is blocked and you cannot place orders. If you have questions, please contact your company administrator.



Megatimer 5 Minute Blue

In Stock
$59.90 $65.89
or 4 interest-free payments of $16.47 with Learn more
This durable sand timers with moulded end caps and thick wall surrounds are ideal for classroom time activities. Each...
Please select options
Earn 599edextrasworth $0.60

Megatimer 5 Minute Blue

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.
More Information
Colour Blue
Age Group School Aged
Minimum Recommended Age Ages 5yrs+
Material Made of Plastic.
Height 29.5 cm
Width 15cm
Diameter 13 cm
Includes Includes: Our Newborn Baby, Off to Work and School, Dad Helping Me at preschool, My Birthday Party, We all Help at Home, At the Park, Our Leisure Activities and Having Fun at the Beach.
Write Your Own Review
Add review
Your Rating
Related Articles
  • 2019 Educational Experience Learning Resource Catalogue - OUT NOW!
    2019 Educational Experience Learning Resource Catalogue - OUT NOW!
  • Inclusion and Wellbeing: Australia Day
    Australia Day

    “Promote in all children a strong sense of who they are and their connectedness to others – a shared identity as Australians…”  - Belonging, Being and Becoming, The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia, page 23. A strong sense of individual identity can be supported through activities that promote and advance collective identities; Australia Day is one of those days that acts as an important time for early childhood educators to embrace the local community and most importantly engage parents in the celebration of our share identity.

  • First Day Tips From Our Team
    Transitions to School

    The start of a new school year can be an anxious time for both children and parents – especially if your child is starting school or care for the first time. To help ease the anxiety, we have asked our team to share their first day words of advice.

  • Taste the Aussie Flavour
    Australia Day

    Follow this simple, no cook, no heat recipe to make and taste your own gooey dessert this Australia Day.

  • What is it about change?
    Transitions to School

    What is it about change that increases anxiety and stress? Why can change (or even the prospect of change) have such detrimental effects on learning and development in children?

  • Anxiety and Starting School with Dr John
    Transitions to School

    Starting school can be a time of anxiety, how can you support a child's first steps in their school life? Josh was the youngest of three children and a perfectly gullible target for teasing and stirring from big brothers. By the time Josh was old enough to face his first day at school, his brothers had him petrified.