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Engine Speedometer


(This is a downloadable product.)

If you are familiar with the Alert Program®, this Engine Speedometer was created for your ease in helping children or clients learn to identify how alert they feel. They will enjoy learning from you as you point to indicate when your “engine” is in high, low, or just right alert states. Then, as children watch you and your engine, they will learn how to point to a turtle in low, a dog in just right, or a wild car driver in high to indicate their levels of alertness! If you are new to the Alert Program®, we’d recommend you get our starter kit that includes this Engine Speedometer when you buy our Dip Your Toe In – Alert Program® Bundle. Scroll down to view video and learn more. Please note: We do not offer refunds on our downloadable products.

Bundle with songs and webinar for $10.50! Click here.


After you’ve become familiar with the Alert Program® concepts perhaps through the Leader’s GuideTest Drive (book and songs), Take Five! book, or Alert Program® Online Course, then this speedometer makes it easy for you to print and share with those children (or clients) who are learning about the Alert Program®. When you print this three page PDF, you’ll receive the speedometer and two pages of tips and instructions.

If you are new to the Alert Program®, this speedometer is not meant as a stand-alone product. We recommend you use it after reading our books and/or taking our online course. Or bundle with our Overview of the Alert Program® Webinar and save!

NOTE: Many children find the engine analogy useful in describing their inner experience of how alert they feel and they are going to love these images on the speedometer. For those who are not yet verbal, or for those who prefer a different analogy, no worries…. you can still use the Alert Program® concepts. Read more in our Blog or refer to other Alert Program® materials for ideas and suggestions in adapting the program for those who are not yet verbal or prefer a different analogy.

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