I actually have a collection of fidgets, and I wanted to share them with students. I came up with a system for students to check out fidgets from my collection and use them for the class period. Because it is the first week of school, we are learning a lot of procedures and checking out fidgets is part of our entering the room procedure. Our entering the room procedure goes as follows:
Fidgets are like "Fight Club" to me-I don't want to talk about them. If you need one, check it out. Don't come up to me and ask me. Don't raise your hand and ask. If you are using it in an inappropriate way, and I have to talk to you about it... not cool. Let's just keep the whole fidget thing on the down low, okay?
Want to try Fidgets, but not sure if you can "handle" them? Try out a low noise fidget first. Here are a few I recommend:
- Low Noise Fidgets (try these if you have a low tolerance for this sort of thing):
- Noisy Fidgets (recommended only if you have a higher tolerance for clicking/sound):
- Chair Fidgets (fidgets can be in the form of seating too)