Are fidget spinners sold out in your area? No worries, make your own DIY fidget spinner with one of these easy tutorials!
Have fidget spinners taken over your house or classroom? Whatever you love these hand fidgets or you think we should ban fidget spinners from every classroom in America, chances are your kids either have one or they’ve asked for one.
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Thanks to all the news coverage, many people are finding that fidget spinners are sold out or hard to come by in their local stores. Yes, they ARE THAT POPULAR. I even watched a Dad at my daughter’s karate class fidgeting with one while he waited – even adults have sensory preferences and find themselves needing something to fidget with.
If you are not interested in spending the time looking for a fidget spinner – especially since they have been banned from many classrooms – or you are finding that they are sold out, you might want to try one of these awesome DIY fidget spinners instead!
DIY Fidget Spinners
The fun part about a DIY fidget spinner is that the kids get a hands on activity and can personalize it anyway they would like! Even if these aren’t allowed in the classroom, you will find that they will enjoy using them, and actually ARE quite beneficial to the fidgety kid or the ADHD child that needs to focus.
Lego Fidget Spinner | Cardboard Fidget Spinner with Pennies
Paracord Fidget Spinner | Soda Bottle Top Fidget
Fidget Spinner Made from Craft Sticks | Munsen Ring DIY Hand Spinner
Mini Hand Spinner | Bike Chain Fidget Spinner
Magnetic Fidget Spinner | Spinner Made from Bearings
If you’re looking for more sensory tools and fidgets, try some of these DIY Sensory Hacks to help focus your fidgety child!
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