The Surprisingly Classroom Friendly Fidget Toys!

Oct 17 , 2021

The Surprisingly Classroom Friendly Fidget Toys!

Anabelle Dwyer

 

Having a suitable fidget toy for your child is essential. They need to focus on their schoolwork and have something that helps them release energy when they get too antsy. The problem with most of these toys is that they are cheaply made and break easily, which means you need to buy a new one every few weeks or months. Fidget toys and sensory toys can get expensive this way! 

BunMo has solved this problem by creating high-quality fidget toys explicitly designed for kids in the classroom setting. These durable fidgets are built strong enough to last throughout the school year without breaking or wearing out. Best of all, our products are affordable, so you don't have to worry about spending more money than necessary on replacing broken fidgets over and over again!

A fidget toy can help kids focus in the classroom by providing them with an outlet to release nervous energy. The team of parents here at BunMo knows precisely how overwhelming school can be for our little angels, so we've made a list of our top picks!

Here are our top 4 fidget toy picks that will help your little one get through the day and stay focused during school time:

Controller Fidget Pad: 

This durable fidget toy is perfect for the classroom setting. Kids can place it on their desk or lap and pick it back up whenever required while sitting in class. This fidget and sensory toy will keep your child's hands busy, so they are less tempted to pick up something else off the floor or throw a pencil across the room! 

The fidget pad features a clicker and spinner so your child can subconsciously use it while focusing on the bigger picture.

Playing with this fidget toy will also help them develop their fine motor skills, which will come in handy when writing legibly. It's not always easy to keep your cool when you're sitting in class, and that's where the controller comes into play.

Super Sensory Silly Strings:

Super Sensory Silly Strings have been very popular lately and for a good reason. They help our kids relieve stress and any nervous energy quietly at school. It is a fidget toy and sensory toy that is completely discreet. My 4-year-old toddler loves the way the ridges feel when he runs it through his fingers.

Super Sensory Silly String fidget toys are not only silent, but they are durable and highly flexible. I used to dread allowing my toddler to take fidget toys to school because they would wear them out within the first couple of days. However, the Super Sensory Silly Strings has lasted for months now, and they're still going strong. The materials are also completely safe with no harmful toxins, so it's safe to play with at school.

The Infinity Cube 

The Infinity Cube is a fidget toy or stress relief toy that can be transformed from square to rectangle. It has an easy 'flip and folds' feature, which gives your toddler all the stimulation required to focus in the classroom. Furthermore, it gives them instant relief from stress in overwhelming scenarios! The infinity cube is linked with eight-strong hinges; these joints allow extreme flexibility without breaking as other toys do!

The fidget toy is silent, so it won't distract other students when in the classroom. What's more, this fidget toy comes in two excellent colors. I am always getting texts from other parents begging me to tell them where I got James' (my son) infinity cube from because their child was demanding one!

The Stop 'n' Pop Fidget Pad

The Stop 'n' Pop fidget pad is the perfect way to keep those eager hands busy. You get a durable silicone fidget pad that those little fingers can pop and fidget with all day long. However, it is essential to note whether your school is fidgeting friendly or not; the Stop 'n' Pops are notorious for making a popping sound!

Overall, the Stop 'n' Pop fidget pad is perfect for fidgeting in the classroom. BunMo has created it to help children and adults alike who have difficulty focusing by providing them with an object to fidget with. We also love this one for calming down kids that suffer from anxiety, Autism, or ADHD. This option is also budget-friendly, easy to transport, and comes in two different shapes!

Final Thoughts

We hope this blog has given you a good idea of which fidget toy or sensory toy to get. Sometimes picking a suitable toy for your child can be difficult, but it doesn't have to be! Fidget toys are great in the classroom because they help children focus and pay attention better while being less disruptive or hyperactive. Some teachers even use them as rewards when students behave well during lessons. In addition, fidget toys come with many health benefits, such as improving hand-eye coordination and reducing stress levels by giving kids something else to think about other than their anxiety or boredom. If none of these options sound like what you're looking for, don't worry - there are plenty more fidget toys out there that may work just fine. Ultimately, you know your child best, so your call will always be the right one!