Goodtimer News

  • Four Tips to Encourage Better Behavior in the New Year

    After a week of holiday chaos and a disrupted family routine, many families struggle with challenging new behaviors like tattling and temper tantrums.  Come New Years Day, many parents will being making a New Year’s resolution to get their family back on track.  Use Goodtimer to address nearly any behavior your child is learning.  From picky eaters to bedtime battles, Goodtimer will encourage a child to make good choices all day long.  It’s a New Year and a perfect time to start some healthy, lasting habits with Goodtimer.

  • Product update: Now earn tokens faster!

    Our team strives to connect with Goodtimer families to understand how they’re using Goodtimer so that we can make it an even better solution for families.  We took your feedback to heart, and effective December 1st, all new Goodtimers will include a software update allowing kids to earn one token in just three hours, two and have times faster than before. 

  • Six Tips to Teach Gratitude

    The holidays are a wonderful time to reflect on the importance of family and to be grateful for the wonderful blessings in our lives.  Many parents go to incredible lengths to create a magical holiday experience for their children, only to find that their kids aren't always grateful for the many gifts in their lives; not just the ones under the Christmas tree.  We’ve created this list of six simple tips your family can use to teach your kids the value of gratitude.


  • Goodtimer Thanks-Giveaway!

    To show our appreciation to the A-MAZ-ING Goodtimer community, we're hosting a giveaway on our Instagram page. Enter The Goodtimer Thanks-Giveaway for a chance to win a FREE Goodtimer, AND a $50 Amazon Gift Card, a perfect family gift just in time for the holidays!

  • The BEST Tip to Tackle Tattling

    This brief article provides a quick explanation about why kids tattle and has a great tip to help your family tackle tattling. Encourage your kids to be independent problem-solvers will help to eliminate tattling and set them up for success in the future.