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Fidgets You Can Make Yourself

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While it may seem like fidgets are a trendy fad, for kids (or adults) who need to fidget, they are anything but. For those who need them, fidgets are a way to calm the anxiety, calm the nerves, settle the body, focus the attention, and improve concentration.

While fidget spinners and fidget cubes are the obvious fidget choice of the moment, there are many fidgets that you can make yourself at home.

While fidget spinners and fidget cubes are the obvious fidget choice of the moment, there are many fidgets that you can make yourself at home.

Fidgets You Can Make Yourself

Make Your Own Sensory (Stress) Balls from here on The Chaos and The Clutter

DIY Fidget Toolkit for Wiggly Kids by Growing Hands-on Kids

Duct Tape Endless Cube from Frugal Fun 4 Boys and Girls (pictured)

DIY Desk Fidget Tool from The OT Toolbox (pictured)

How to Build a Fidget Spinner with LEGO Bricks by Frugal Fun 4 Boys and Girls

How To Make a Fidget Spinner by Kids Activities Blog (pictured)

Super Simple Fidget Spinners Kids and Parents Can Make by Pint-Sized Treasures

Lego Spinner Pencil Topper from Teach Me Mommy (pictured)

Make Your Own Marble Maze by Apple Green Cottage (pictured)

Magically Endless DIY Lego Fidget Cube for Kids Who Can’t Sit Still from Lemon Lime Adventures (pictured)

While fidget spinners and fidget cubes are the obvious fidget choice of the moment, there are many fidgets that you can make yourself at home.

More Fidgets You Can Make

How to Make a Fidget Spinner DIY by Red Ted Art (pictured)

LEGO Fidget Spinner by Frugal Fun 4 Boys

How to Make an Epic DIY Lego Fidget Cube by Lemon Lime Adventures (pictured)

DIY Pencil Topper Fidget Toy from The OT Toolbox (pictured)

Ninja Fidget Spinner DIY by Red Ted Art

Magically Endless DIY Lego Fidget Cube for Kids That Can’t Sit Still by Lemon Lime Adventures

The Easiest Ever DIY Fidget Toy for Kids Who Need to Move by Schooling a Monkey

One of our sons made fidget spinners using zip ties and bearings.

The OT Toolbox has some great suggestions for DIY fidgets using things you probably have around the house such as paper clips or beads and pipe cleaners.

Carolyn from Wise Owl Factory suggests using coffee stir sticks as they can be used to drum on a desk without making much sound at all.

You may know someone who would love this shirt about the need to fidget.

While fidget spinners and fidget cubes are the obvious fidget choice of the moment, there are many fidgets that you can make yourself at home.Of course if you don’t want to make your own fidgets, there are also some pretty awesome and unique fidgets you can purchase, like these fidget spinner rings and pen toppers.

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