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SPIKE is every students sensory sidekick!! Stick SPIKE on your pencil and twirl, squeeze and squish your studies away. SPIKE can also easily fit in the palm of your hand as a discreet fidget tool. Everyone young and old can enjoy Spike! Especially those with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Anxiety, Focusing issues, ADD, ADHD, Sensory Processing disorders and other Attention issues. Perfect for classroom, home or office. Spike is great for students, teachers, parents, therapists and more. Tactile and kinesthetic learners will love Spike too. Stay focused with Spike!  Patent Pending, pencil shown not included, Ages 6+

  • Spike can help you or your child focus, increase attention span and get things done at school and home.
  • A great quiet substitution for other sensory toys that can be a distraction in the classroom and/or cause damage to clothes, school equipment and more.
  • Spike’s durable soft spikes provide tactile stimulation as a tactile or sensory brush and are calming and therapeutic through sensory stimulation.
  • Made with 100% food grade silicone, they are hypoallergenic, nontoxic, BPAs, phthalates, latex and odor free.  Antibacterial silicone is easy to clean and can be sterilized for deep cleaning. Made in South Korea
  • Spike adds girth to the pencil making it easier fingers to comfortably grip and write with pencils, pens and more.  Spike also adds weight to #2 pencil providing some more sensory feedback to the hand while writing.  In turn, helping to strengthen fingers when writing.

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  • 4
    Makes Writing Fun

    Posted by Janel on Feb 17th 2019

    My almost 4 year old has been resistant to writing activities. I put this on the pencil and he was actually excited to practice writing! The only down side was that he had a hard time keeping it on the pencil, but I also think our pencil was a little skinnier than the average pencil. This would be fun for school aged children too.

  • 4

    Posted by Louise P. on Nov 1st 2018

    My son thought these were so fun and it helped keep him focused practicing his letters. He had a hard time holding them because his hands are so small (3 years old) but otherwise they were great. I think children a bit older would really love these even I can use them!