Like its cousin the fidget spinner, these concentration-boosting cubes have won the loyalty of even neurotypical students. Billed as “the ultimate toy for fidgeters of all ages,” the ZURU cube is backed by almost 155,000 people on Kickstarter. Its six unique sides offer rolls, spins, slides, flips, clicks, and simple rubbing. It does emit some noise — especially the clicker — so some teachers have banned these cubes from the classroom. Still, it’s worth researching whether your child’s teacher may allow it as a special accommodation to be used silently. “They can simply fidget with them and continue their work,” says one reader. ¨And they fit in a pocket.”
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