Are you looking for a new toy? Fidget toys are the perfect way to relieve stress, increase focus, or just provide a simple way to pass time. They come in all shapes and sizes - from fidget spinners to desk toys! We have an assortment of different types of fidget toys that will suit any personality.
Fidget Spinners and Other Sensory Toys
You'll find something for everyone here at our store! Browse through our selection today and find the perfect one for yourself or for someone else in your life who needs some relief.
These toys aren’t just for kids either; even adults can benefit from using fidget toys to help them focus while at work! Some are cute and adorable additions to your desk, and others represent our favorite characters and allow you to share your love of pandas or Harry Potter with others, while also staying stress free in stressful situations.
Here at Claire’s, we are pleased to provide a variety of fidget toys for anxiety, your desk, and more.
FAQs About Fidget Toys
Have questions about fidget toys? Below we have answers to many common questions about fidget spinners.
What are Fidgeting Toys for?
Fidget toys are used to help relieve stress, keep focus, or simply relax.
Can Adults Use Fidget Toys?
Yes, of course. Adulting is stressful. Having a discreet toy during a work meeting can help lower stress and keep you focused.
Do Fidgets Help with Anxiety?
Using fidget toys for anxiety is a great idea. Some therapists have fidget toys available to help their patients relax during sessions.
Do Fidgets Help with ADHD?
They sure can. Some people with ADHD use fidget and sensory toys to help them stay focused. Having something in their hands to fiddle with can free their mind, so they can pay attention better.
What is the Best Fidget Toy for School?
The best fidget toys for kids in school are any toys that help them. It might be best to get one that’s not too loud or too distracting. If it makes too much noise, it can distract other kids, and teachers won’t like that.
What is a Sensory Toy?
Sensory fidget toys are designed to stimulate one or multiple senses. They are great for people on the autism spectrum since toys can create a calming sensory experience.
What Age are Sensory Toys Good for?
Sensory and fidgets are appropriate for ages 3 and up. DIY activity sets are for ages 4 and up.
What is an Example of a Sensory Toy?
A great example of a sensory toy is the OctoPop Popper from Hello Kitty® And Friends. It allows you to pop in the large middle bubble and the small bubbles around it. Even the ever popular slime is considered a sensory toy. It is perfect for when you need to handle something soft and gooey during stressful moments.