Fidget toys are a great way to encourage engaged listening and provide a subtle distraction that can allow children with certain sensory processing disorders to better maintain focus. Fidgeting has been proven to help children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. Read on to learn more about fidget toys, how they can help students, and how to implement them into the classroom without disturbing
Fidget toys are only increasing in popularity. Thanks for popular fidgets like the fidget cube, fidgeting is gaining more exposure and acceptance. With so many fidgets to choose from, it can be difficult to pick which fidgets are right for you.
Good news — we’ve already done most of the work for you. Here is our hand-selected list of The 20 Top Fidget Toys (in no particular order).
Even the smallest bits of physical movement can go a long way. Many believe this, citing the so-called 1-minute work-out as an example. Even more so, fidgeting can help put your health back on track. Don’t believe it? Here are some of the ways fidgeting can benefit you and your health.
We know that tapping your toes and keeping your fingers busy with a fidget toy won’t get you to finish a whole marathon, but researchers have claimed that fidgeting has some health advantages that are actually quite amazing.
It may not come as a surprise to most of us that jobs in the military and public safety are very stressful, but there are other jobs out there that are stressful that you may not even notice. Here are the top stressful jobs in America according to CareerCast’s annual Most Stressful Jobs report of 2016.
We recently had the opportunity of working with Tyler (tylerf on YouTube), an up-and-coming (and hilarious) Vlogger, on a fidget project. The video below is the result. In it, he showcases some of our most popular fidget toys, including our super popular fidget spinner. So without further ado, take it away, Tyler!