Tagged: fidget spinner
And it really is so cool!
oh my goodness, I agree, more than cool. They are the latest rage in my sons’ school. The local stores cannot stock them fast enough. We bought one for my son (I hate to give it to fad toys, but he does have sensory issues and these sort of things have a calming effect on him) and everyone in the house is fighting over whose turn it is.
They’re cheaper online straight from China. (Be careful with them, though. They may be calming, but that doesn’t mean the fights won’t escalate.)
But if I ordered them online from China, by the time they arrived, the fad would be over and the kids have moved on to something cooler.
For kids who are helped by them, it’s not a fad.
Winnie The Pooh – we ordered a few online from china for pennies and they came, broke, and were replaced and the fad is still going!
seriously tho, i happen to love them. i’d go for the fidget cube but i can’t afford it.
What’s a fidget cube?
I’ve seen and used them and I don’t get it…
You have to try it to understand it
and used them
what is the point of these fidget spinners! you just spin them
btw, WTP, I checked and it turns out that my niece is off on Monday Lad B’omer and not on Sunday Lag B’omer. So it does seem that Lag BaOmer is actually being pushed off.
That is the point. You spin them!
Thanks. I figured it out, since my work announced Mon as an optional paid vacation day for parents with kids who are off (we are allowed 2 optional days/year, in addition to the standard days off for chagim). So what about people like me whose kids are off on Sun the real Lag B’Omer?
Sorry to get off topic.