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  • Sarah Farr

    45 Ideas for Classroom Friendly Fidget Toys

  • Ruth Stieff

    snagglebox: Sensory fidgets

  • Kelly Riley

    Cool website for helping kids with special needs. For example, there is a pdf with 45 ideas for Fidget toys: Sensory Issues Awesome blog!

  • Caroline Conners

    Lots of good fidget ideas... though I will probably skip the bubble wrap and unfilled balloons.

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