Basic Fiddle Set (12/set)

12 assorted Fiddles for a variety of tactile preferences.

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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 with their hands.

This pre-selected collection of 12 kinesthetic learning tools has been specially tested and selected mindless "fiddlebility."

Comes in its own plastic storage box. Actual items may vary from image above.

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  • 5

    Posted by Alfredo G. on Sep 12th 2016

    Great!, fantastic!

  • 4
    Give me the news!

    Posted by Doctor doctor on May 23rd 2016

    Participants in a meeting really enjoyed fiddling. One issue: the cheese gives off a powder that gets on your clothes and hands.

  • 5
    Great for students! Helps with focus!

    Posted by AKA1979 on Oct 29th 2014

    I place these in the center of my groups during class to provide tactile "toys" for students who have difficulty staying focused or awake. Everyone loves them and more students are now on task during lectures and discussions.

  • 4
    I would buy this product again.

    Posted by KG on Apr 9th 2014

    These fidget toys help my students focus and remain in their seats.

  • 5
    Exactly as expected

    Posted by Brainreaper on Jun 13th 2013

    Well packaged. Well made. Exactly the type of kinesthetic manipulates I was looking for to supplement lectures and class activities. Have recommended to other instructors.

  • 5
    These are so much fun and very colorful!

    Posted by Sooze the training guru on Sep 2nd 2011

    These keep my class attendees engaged. They are all millenial learners so need constant stimulation.

  • 5
    Pay-attention toys

    Posted by Mike on Apr 1st 2011

    I just used these for a training involving 180 staff members and they were great. In the past folks were texting, having side conversations doing crossword puzzles, etc., during our training sessions. These were fun and seemed to keep staff on task and attentive. I just had to send an email to the group to please bring them back (they seemed to walk away at the end of the day).

  • 5
    Basic Fiddles Set

    Posted by Mary the Merk on Nov 18th 2010

    The fiddles are a hit in my training sessions!! I place a few at each table and observe which ones are the most popular and whether they are used. If the training is more than one day, I just place the box at check-in and let the participants select the one they prefer. On occasion participants will ask if they can take their fiddle as it helped them concentrate. Great training devices!!

  • 5
    Terrific focusing toys!

    Posted by Jen Boo on Aug 6th 2010

    We have typically used little toys on the tables for participants to fiddle with-but this bunch has been the most appealing by far!