Fidget Spinners are all the rage, and now Fidget Spinner Emotions will let you use a fidget spinner to help kids better understand and deal with their emotions. With kids ranging from 10 into their upper teens, I have seen first hand how they are all drawn to fidget spinners, and truth-be-told, I have a collection of them myself (though I tell people it’s only because of my work with kids).
How it works
- Cut out the arrow pointer(s) you want to use.
- Cut out the dotted circle and place the arrow pointer over the center of your fidget spinner. Use a piece of tape to attach it to the fidget spinner.
- Place the fidget spinner over the gray fidget spinner outline in the middle of the emotions circle.
- Spin the fidget spinner. When it stops, do one of the following based on the emotion the spinner lands on: Continue reading