Do you have a student who is having a hard time focusing or staying seated? Place these exercise bands around the bottom of two front chair legs. Your student can kick against the band to get a gross motor workout, without disturbing your class. So discreet, almost no one will notice your special student's legs moving!
Use this band to help students who need to fidget to focus.
It can help kids who have restless or bouncing legs. Use these in the winter to provide lots of movement opportunities, when going outside is not an option. Now your students have a quiet, non-distracting way to sit and wiggle.
This simple strategy has been recommended by Occupational Therapists for years. They can be used in Moderate/Severe classrooms by multiple students. Use them in general education settings to help inclusion students with autism or ADHD. They are an inexpensive focus tool for home use too! Use them to help your child focus during homework, or to stay seated during a meal!