The Squiggle Tube is a long "puffer snake" filled with air. Grab the tube, give it a squeeze, and move the air from side to side. It's great as a fidget toy or a play-safe ball, for use during classroom games and reinforcement activities. Benefits of using balls in the classroom are almost as numerous as the ways we can use them:
- Create a relaxed playful mindset.
- Engage the whole brain -- discussions are left-brained. Toys tap into the creative right side.
- Versatility -- they can be used for stress relief, games, team selection, and reinforcement.
- Encourage participation -- people can't keep their hands off them!
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Enrich the "sensory diet" of your learners. Our "fiddles" may look like toys to the untrained eye, but they are truly serious learning tools. Kinesthetic learners will focus better and absorb your material more quickly if they have something to do
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We use them during trainings that can get into intense feelings
It feels calming or "tickly" in your hand when you hold it loosly and shake it a little, but I wasn't all that impressed with this object. When given a choice, my students chose the clacker or the morph ball instead...but I have had to retreive it from a couple of coworkers that seems to be fidgeters...so some really enjoy it! Just not what I intended it for...