Plush Animal Water Bead Filled Squeeze Stress Balls - Pig, Panda, Frog, Sloth, Tiger, Narwhal - Sensory, Stress, Fidget Toy
These animal stress balls are so adorable. They come in 6 animal styles including pig, panda, frog, tiger, sloth, and narwhal. These stress balls are unique because the outside layer of the ball is soft plush fabric material. They are a pliable squishy soothing sensory ball filled with a bunch of thick colorful water bead gel balls inside its elastic flexible skin. The colorful animal skin is so soft. When you squeeze the animals, the jelly beads push out and around making the ball bulge. It is very soothing to feel the little gel beads, and it also makes a soft swishing sound to add to the sensory experience. 3".
These are nice because they protect the ball from being twisted or jabbed with fingernails so it makes them a little more durable for occupational or therapy settings. If the internal ball breaks you can add a new one.
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. Smokers – Fidgets are a powerful tool to assist in breaking the habit. They keep your hands busy! This activity is perfect for parents, occupational and physical therapists, early childhood educators, day care providers and anyone who wants to build the fine motor muscles in their little ones.