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  • Brittany Geiger

    Sticky Velcro Dots: The scratchy sides of velcro are a great way to help fidgety kids who need tactile stimulation. Stick the scratchy velcro under their desks so that they can rub their finger over it and stay in their seats with minimal distraction.

  • Dana Evans

    For kids with sensory issues: velcro is a great way to help fidgety kids who need tactile stimulation--stick the scratchy velcro under their desks so that they can rub their finger over it and stay in their seats with minimal distraction!

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