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Willow Hill Blog, Puyallup, WA  Spinners, cubes, chains, and sand are just a few fidget toys to keep your loved one busy. Keep reading to learn more.

Did you know that fidget toys can help people with ADHD? That’s right! We’re talking about those little plastic things that you’ve seen spinning around in people’s hands all over Puyallup, Washington. These little toys can be downright addicting to hold onto. There’s something special about watching something spin in your hand while perfectly balanced. Not only does it look awesome, but some people constantly need to keep their hands busy. Are you one of them?


This week, the Willow Hill Blog has a few fidget toy recommendations for those of you with loved ones who might be feeling fidgety. February celebrates one of the most romantic days of the year, so why not give a special fidgety gift to that person you love most? Whether you’re relaxing in your apartment or sitting at work, take a few minutes to read about these great items that might be just what your loved one needs.


Dynaflex Pro Gyro Exerciser

Created to strengthen the wrists and forearms in a fun way, the Dynaflex Pro Gyro Exerciser is a great device to have. Perfect for that individual with a healthy/workout mindset, this exerciser can help relieve carpal tunnel, arthritis symptoms, and that all too common need to fidget.


Shift Lever Keychain

Aside from looking awesome, this keychain actually shifts. If your loved one has a thing for cars, then this Shift Lever Keychain is perfect for them!


Kinetic Sand

While Kinetic Sand is not something that spins or clicks, it does feel incredible. Squeeze it, cut it, or watch it collapse.


Roller Chain Toy

Great for hours of fidgeting, these toys will roll right over your fingers while hardly making a sound. One customer on Amazon said, “It fits perfectly on my index finger, so usually while I'm walking around, I'll have it on my finger and spin it around with my thumb. I am also a tactile person and I love the feel of the little silicon bands. When I'm sitting in meetings I find myself always playing around with this little fidget, either spinning it on my finger or manipulating it in my hand. I've come to love the smaller size as it's easy for me to play and fidget with but does not draw attention from others.” Check out this Roller Chain Toy Amazon for more information.


If you’ve got a fidgety tendency or if you know someone who does, one of these items is sure to help! Let us know what your favorite fidget toy is by leaving a comment below. Thanks for reading this week’s post.