Are your children as obsessed with fidget toys such as the fidget spinner as mine?
Originally intended to fulfill the sensory needs of those who require sensory stimulation, fidget toys have fast become addictive for people of all ages.
When the opportunity arose to review a new and at the time top-secret fidget toy I jumped at the chance. Theo in particular loves fidget toys and with the summer holidays coming up, I knew toys like these would come in handy.
When the Mokuru Fidget Toy arrived I was a little confused, as you can see from the picture above it’s a pretty basic item.
The Mokuru Fidget Toy is a desk toy which I think is possibly more suited to older children and adults rather than those with smaller hands and less patience.
This weighted fidget toy soon becomes addictive. With just the right amount of gentle force the Mokuru Fidget Toy begins to tumble, the trick is to catch it before it comes to a stop by applying more gentle force allowing it to continue to tumble.
Mia has spent hours flicking the Mokuru Fidget Toy backwards and forwards, at 6 years old I think she is just the age to reap the benefits of a fidget toy like Mokuru. Theo however became frustrated rather quickly.
The The Original MOKURU Beech Wood Fidget Desk Roller (Genbu Black) (affiliate link) is available on Amazon for £9.95 – grab yours via the link above and let me know what you think below!
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