Countless studies and articles indicate that fidgeting helps performance in classroom and work settings. Fidget Club believes that teachers who ban the use of unobtrusive fidgets in classrooms need to be better informed regarding the benefits of fidgets.
NPR on Why We Should Let Kids Fidget in Class- May 13, 2015
New York Times Article- Fidgeting May Benefit Children With A.D.H.D.- June 24, 2015
Wall Street Journal Article on how fidgeting with everyday objects increases creativity:
Wall Street Journal Article About the Benefits of Fidgeting- June 22, 2015
Fidgeting in the classroom helps ADHD students perform better on cognitive tasks. Read the Wall Street Journal Article here: