Pop it - Bubble Fidget Sensory Toy is a fun way for your child to improve their coordination and experience touch and sound stimulation while engaging in safe, natural playing and learning activities.
PROVIDES GREAT SENSORY DEVELOPMENT
This sensory and occupational therapy toy provides sensory input, enhances coordination, and can be used to strengthen fine motor skills.
DISTRACTS ATTENTION AND RELIEVES STRESS
The Pop It will help your child to relax, focus, and calm down. Ideal to prevent meltdowns.
KEEPS KIDS ENGAGED AND HANDS-BUSY
The Pop It sensory fidget has a discrete pop sound. It is not comparable to bubble wrap in sound but is just as fun to "pop".
SPECIAL DESIGN & EASY TO CLEAN
Made of soft eco-friendly silicone, no-toxic, latex-free, tasteless, and 100% safe for children. To clean them, just soak them in hot soapy water, dry with a cloth or towel paper.
This Fidget Toy improves childrens' logical thinking and reduces anxiety and stress. It helps to calm down, relax, and concentrate whenever kids are under pressure or anxiety in school and life. Suitable for multiple occasions like the car, plane, outdoor, party.
They are ideal for improving:
- Gross motor skills
- Bilateral coordination
- Social skills
How to Play
Just press the bubble, it will make a slight popping sound!
- Players take turns pressing down any number of mice they wish in a single row.
- The player who presses down the last one will lose.
- Then flip them and start again.
- Or just bend it, squish it and squeeze it!
It is perfect for all ages, Here are some different ideas to use Pop it - Bubble Fidget Sensory Toy:
- Special Education Supplies
- Relieve Stress for anyone (kids, adults)
- Develop Intellectual and Logical Abilities
- Awesome Frisbee Toy
- Leisure Time
- Great gift for all ages
*Note for UK / IRELAND: The destination country will require duties and taxes to be paid. The responsibility of the duty and tax charges lies in the hands of the end customer. Unfortunately, we do not have control over this matter, so we can not estimate nor control it.
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These are pretty cool. I always loved popping bubble wrap and these are kinda like that. I bought the 3 pack so that i could give one to each of my daughter who have high stress jobs. They really like them also.
My family loves the toy, especially our little one!
My kids have done nothing but play with these fidget bubble things since they were delivered. I love that it’s a 3 pack (no fighting over it!) I would definitely recommend these for anyone with a child that has ADD/ADHD because it’s a great tool to keep their fingers occupied! Love it!
I have a 4 year old with autism and adhd and these have helped sit still while being able to mess with something so he can focus more on what he's trying to pay attention to
My sensory seeker loves these