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Fidgetland’s products were designed by an executive who wanted a discreet fidget to keep himself occupied during meetings. This DIY kit allows kids to put together ten fidgets of their own, choosing from three of Fidgetland’s most popular models, including the fantastic Noah (also available for $12).

Recommended for kids 12 and up, though younger kids love doing this project with help.BUY NOW$9.99When we asked readers for their favorite toy recommendations for kids with ADHD, the resounding answer came back: slime!

This iridescent slime is super soft and stretchy, and won’t stick to surfaces — including your hands. It’s easy to reuse, and a soak in hot water can make dried slime soft again.

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