We all fidget. We fidget when we’re bored, when we’re tired and when we’ve been still for too long. We fidget to pay attention. Fidgeting actually stimulates our neural responses and can increase blood circulation to our brain and extremities. If you are witnessing a child who seems to fidget a lot, chances are his body is telling you that it needs movement. Often that is not possible and so hand and foot fidgets offer a great alternative and stress reduction.