Slow and steady wins the race. Two Minute Turtle helps you slow down and get the job done.Read More
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Designing to add whimsy to the every day at home from experience. First product? A visual timer, Two Minute Turtle.
Local independent stores are in charge of what they sell. These Boston stores support their neighborhoods and new. innovative products like the Two Minute Turtle.Read More
You decide what’s best in a visual timer. Answer a 3 question survey to help design it.Read More
Children are visual learners-they see everything for the first time. They see colors, shapes, pictures. They respond to visual cues and intuitive ones too. Toothbrushing is not an intuitive task but we ask 4 year olds to do it every day, 2 times a day for 2 minutes and when they are waking up or tired and going to bed.
How do children learn new habits? In response to how our kids learned, we designed a two minute timer for them to watch, follow and enjoy, to make toothbrushing more appealing. Children need visual cues especially learning something they don't want to do. And when it's bedtime--they are tired and parents are tired too.
Learning is hard work. Sometimes it doesn't have to be as hard and that's why we created the Two Minute Turtle. And while we are on the turtle ocean topic and how to make learning more fun, a message from the Ocean to all of us...
Forming healthy habits is not easy but 2 minutes is-we can do anything for 2 minutes! Use the Two Minute Turtle to take 2 minutes to start a new habit. What new habit will you choose? Two minutes-you can do that! Get your today. Choose the color, press the button, let the turtle guide you. Go slow, steady...win.