How to Make Homemade Fidget Toys!

In this one time class, students will create two to three unique fidget toys!
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60 minutes

per class

Meets once


year olds


learners per class

per learner

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Class Experience

Students will learn how to create three different and unique homemade fidget toys, including a rainbow pop-it, a stress ball, and a kaleidocycle. 
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Kaleidocycle -print out template included below on regular computer paper -glue stick (a tape runner might work, okay) -scissors optional: markers/crayons/colored pencils to decorate if we have extra time during class Stress Ball -a glass of water (tap water is fine) -1 clear balloon -1 balloon of any color -glitter (any color/shape is fine as long as it can easily fit inside a balloon) -funnel or plastic syringe -scissors Optional: figures/trinkets small enough to fit inside of a balloon Rainbow Pop-It -1 sheet of craft foam paper or cardstock in any color -piece of cardboard cut into a circle with 3-5 inch diameter (this should be done before class, with Mom or Dad's help) - googly eyes (larger are preferred, approximately 6-12 eyes will be used) -acrylic paint with paintbrush and water to clean brush OR nail polish in a few different colors -liquid craft glue
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.


Lives in the United States
Celebrate creativity and curiosity!
10 total reviews
17 completed classes

About Me

My name is Dominique, but you may call me “Nikki” or "Teacher Nikki"!  I've been teaching for 5 years in multiple different classroom settings. I've been a pre-kindergarten teacher, an elementary school substitute teacher, and for the last three... 
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