Fidget Spinners – Are They Really a Boon or a Bane?
Fidget spinners are the latest addition to the hype among school-going kids. Teachers and parents are in fact confused whether to allow or ban the usage of it. The internet has mixed reviews thus making it difficult to decide whether it is good or bad.
Did you know that the researchers have come up with the proven fact that these toys greatly help in calming the nerves thus increasing concentration. It is known to help hyper active kids to be hooked to one place. The fidget spinners are also known to be a boon for attention deficit kids who suffer from autism, ADHD, emotional stress or even anxiety disorder. On the other hand, for the normal kids these spinners are known to disturb or divert them from listening to their classes. With reasons to state on both side of the coin, the debate of fidget spinners to be a being a boon or bane is still ongoing on.
The toy called ‘fidgets’ are not new to the world as it has been used for around 15 years. There are several teachers who support these spinners as they say that they have seen the most restless boys in the classroom concentrating and being focused on it while spinning these toys which otherwise does not happen for any reason.
Research is being carried out by the experts to learn whether the fidget spinners can really help in improving the concentration of the kids and to treat behavior disorders. The experts have noticed that the spinner actually massages the fingers thus improving blood circulation and in turn calming down the senses and relaxing the child to a certain level. When this happens before an exam or a test, it becomes highly beneficial.
There are several parents who prefer giving these kinds of toys to their kids so that they keep themselves away from electronic devices like mobile phones, tables or even laptops. It does not keep your child in one place as it helps them to move around and at the same time concentrate on it to prolong the spinning. At least, it does not harm your kids in anyway nor does it affect their eyes like being hooked to the smart devices.
With 3D printers out these days, there are kids using it to make the fidget spinners themselves. This has been proven to be a great development in physics for the kids with which the teachers and parents are happy about.