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How to help my child stop fidgeting on zoom

Kids are getting fidgety during online learning and that is perfectly normal.

Here are a few tips that I hope will help you to help them have a more enjoyable experience and get their wiggles out! 🤗🤗

When I taught in South Korea,
the director of my academy introduced stress relievers to help our students to deal with anxiety.

Korean Kindergarteners are often in school for at least 6 hours a day.

Our students were often given sheets of newspaper to rip, packets of pasta to snap, and cotton balls to pull apart whenever they needed to keep their hands busy. 🤩

This was incredible to watch and would be GREAT to have nearby for your child during online learning.

In fact, I often like to pull apart balls of cotton during my own meetings (not when I'm teaching because my hands are always active, but when I am in business meetings.


Grab the Waliki Kid's Chair ball here.

You can find some bike desks for children here.

You can find another really cool desk bike, this one by flexispot, here.

Grab the Wobble Chair here.





These are a few tools, but I do help they assist you in further supporting your children as they learn remotely.

What would you add to the list?

Sending love,




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