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Kim Camp
Kim Camp • 2 years ago

Time Timer: iPad Edition ($6.99) as time elapses, the red disk gradually gets smaller. See the Difference! - Complete several tasks in a row – your Timers can repeat up to 16x! - A perfect answer when your child asks “how much longer?” - Visual display reduces distractions and anxiety while you work. - Keep meetings on time and on track. - Proven remarkably effective for special needs children and adults. 60 Minutes Mode, Custom Mode, Clock Mode:

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