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Kaiko Caterpillar Fidget Necklace

Kaiko Caterpillar Fidget Necklace

Regular price $29.95 AUD
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The Kaiko Caterpillar Necklace fidget has weighted stainless steel beads that roll between fingers beautifully. This is a quiet, discreet fidget that has beads that are cool and soothing to the touch. Many rub the soft cord also.

This is a fantastic fidget for older children, teens and adults and can be worn anywhere. The necklaces come with a break away clasp & in a storage container.  You can adjust the length of the necklace by shortening the knot. The  length is quite long so it fits any size or body shape.

It is particularly great for those that stim with fabric, Blu-Tack rollers  or like low sensory input as it glides between the fingers and is very calming.  The Kaiko Caterpillar is small, discreet and quiet. It is a quiet fidget, making it ideal for the workplace, travel or the classroom.

Not suitable for 3 and under as beads can pose a choking risk

The Kaiko Fidget range is incredibly popular for older children, teenagers and adults. They are simple in design using stainless steel metal parts which give them a funky look and feel and also mean they do not break easily.

These small & discreet & perfect to pop in your pocket & take anywhere! They are quiet making them ideal for the workplace, travel or the classroom.

Kaiko Fidget sensory tools can assist with...

  • Supporting mental health & reducing anxiety
  • Emotional regulation & sensory input
  • Focus & concentration - great study or work tool
  • Tactile awareness & desensitisation
  • Hand function – improving fine motor, strength & circulation
  • Managing stress
  • Active listening - can increase focus & attention
  • Reducing unhelpful habits - such as nail biting, smoking, tapping, hair twirling, pen clicking & leg bouncing etc.
  • Sensory seeking substitution - finding a more socially acceptable outlet for sensory preferences
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