Multi-Color Rainbow Bubble Mesh Balls - Squishy Fidget Ball with Web Netting - Stress Ball Color Changing Blobs - Sensory, Fidget Toy- Gooey Squish Bubble Popping OT
This 3" fidget ball is a fun tactile toy that you cannot put down. The ball is filled with a multiple colored slime filling which is encased in a shell. It is then wrapped with a fabric mesh so when you squeeze it, the slime pops through the mesh creating these addicting little balls that you can poke back in or simply release your grip and they will all pop back in leaving an alluring sound! So addicting! Ages 5+. These balls comes with a straw silicone strap.
Please note that these balls do not last long with rough play. If you squeeze really really hard, the mesh will begin to dig into the colored lining of the ball and create little holes that slime can slowly escape. If the net falls off you can put it back on with a zip tie or a rubber band. It is also a cool color changing ball without the net!
Fidgets are a self-regulation tool used with children who have a difficult time sitting still or focusing. Fidgets help promote focus and concentration, and keep the body (fingers) busy so they can still sit and focus! Fidget toys are also great for strengthening hand muscles and building fine motor and finger dexterity. Fidgets are made for…… fidgeters. Those who have nervous compulsions or tics that make you want to click pens, twist hair, pick or bite nails, tap your fingers, or play with change in your pocket. Fidgets are great for Focus. Fidgets allow students or employees to focus and concentrate on the teacher, customer or the presenter in a meeting at the office. Fidgets allow you to keep your hands busy so you can concentrate on the task. Fidgets are great for calming anxiety. Those with ADD/ADHD, OCD, Autism or those who are simply nervous can benefit from the calming and repetitive movements of a fidget toy. They help soothe powerful emotions such as anger and frustration. Perfect for Kinesthetic learners – These are the people who need to move. They appear hyper as they wiggle, tap, and can't seem to sit still.