Special education teachers and parents would love this product. The Fiddle Focus is great for students with low cognition and multi-sensory needs. It kept my student engaged and focused the entire day. I would love to have more!

— Nikia B., GEI Reviewer

 

Creative Educational Strategies & Services provide sensory oriented Fiddle Focus™ products that are a diversity of touch and textures. The Fiddle Focus™ Busy Fingers and Busy Hands, which are AblePlay rated and recognized, utilize a multitude of fabrics that provide a diversity of touch and textures to manipulate. Both products are engaging to use in the classroom setting as well as recommended for use in therapeutic settings. These popular items allow for children to fiddle to focus, talk and learn!

The Fiddle Focus™ for busy hands offers a unique sensory experience. The variety of fabrics provide a diversity of touch and textures along with a loop feature which is ideal for attaching additional focus items. This collection is hand crafted in the U.S.A. and is recommended for all ages and meets CPSC Safety Requirements.

The Fiddle Focus™ for busy fingers offers a multi-color and fabric texture mountable product perfect for locations where children and adults need to sit and focus. This can include a desk, table or other areas where fingers can be busy while focusing on a task. The interior of the product is a durable rubber which provides a “push” sensation in addition to the multiple fabric textures. These items can be washed in cold water and re-mounted to the same location using the provided Velcro® strip. This collection is hand crafted in the U.S.A. and is recommended for all ages and meets CPSC Safety Requirements.

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Comments from other GEI teacher reviewers

“I used Fiddle Focus with one student who has a hard time focusing while sitting during group time on the floor. He kept his Fiddle Focus on his lap and it helped him sit and focus on lessons.”

Katie A., GEI Reviewer

“Fiddle Focus proved to be a de-escalator to keep my ADHD student’s hands busy. My students loved the different textures. It held their attention.”

Karen S., GEI Reviewer