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Every dog is trained to become like Fidget
," he added.
Adults are also urged to examine any fidget
spinner carefully before giving it to a child.
According to Newsweek, a second report on Russia-24 also aired on July 12th, directly saying fidget
spinners were an aobject for zombifyinga and a form of ahypnosis.
In one case, Todd Clinton, a special education teacher at Upperman Middle School in the Putnam County School District in Tennessee, was excited about fidget
spinners helping his students, so he posted the benefits on social media.
Zing Toys also is aiming to expand the craze with new fidget
-inspired products including Tumblstix (a fidget
toy that challenges players to balance and catch the cylinder during 360 degree rolls and 180 degree flicks), The Zing Dama (a coordination game with a ball on a string and a catcher ring), and Klixx (a fidget
toy featuring a chain link of colored widgets that snap together).
spinners are not approved by the FDA, so they are not regulated in their safety, product design or composition.
According to The Independent, hundreds of fidget
spinners have been taken out of supermarkets and off market stalls due to warnings that their batteries could cause choking and internal bleeding if swallowed by young children.
For him, fidget
spinners are more than a new way of annoying grownups.
Paul Bannister, trading standards manager at North Lanarkshire Council, said: "We are advising caution over fidget
Teachers say the new craze of fidget
spinners is negatively impacting students' at-tention spans in the classroom, with many claiming student performance has declined.
I BOUGHT my girlfriend a fidget
cube for her birthday as a throwaway gift, after we had seen an online article about it and she said in passing she seemed interested by the idea of them.
Summary: The sight and sound of the new gadget at the fingertips of seemingly every child, teenager and adult across the country has posed a question many people are asking: "What the hell is a Fidget
YOUNG entrepreneur Joshua Males has turned his love of fidget
spinners into a money-making venture - at the age of eight.
In this week's edition of the Trib+Edu newsletter: A company tackles the challenge of interoperability with student data, a new trend emerges with the fidget
spinner and an interview with Bradley Carpenter of the University of Houston.