Barron Trump proved he is just like every other 11-year-old boy in America, as he spent Sunday fidget spinning up a storm while out with his parents.Unlike most boys his age however, Barron put on his spin clinic while walking from Air Force One over to Marine One at Joint Base Andrews en route to his new home, the White House.Read more:
(CNN) If you know a middle school kid, or a parent or teacher of one, chances are you've seen the simple little colorful device that's driving them all crazy lately.It's a fidget spinner, and even its name gives you a clue as to why some classrooms are banning them -- and some toy stores are selling out. The toy is the latest craze to sweep the globe, but it actually has a really interesting history as an educational tool. Full story
The fidget spinner is a toy that sits like a propeller on a person’s finger, with blades that spin around a bearing. Depending on your personal taste, watching the spinning motion is either mesmerizing or irritating. But even for those who don’t want to play with the spinners themselves, the gizmo's story provides a classic parable of the small-time inventor with the big idea who got cut out when the time came to cash in. This kind of narrative is reliably compelling even when—as in this case—it’s not really true. Full story
Every once in a while a toy craze sweeps the world - think Furbie, Tamagochis, Pokemon - this year it's the Fidgety - a simple, tri-wheel product designed to be held in between the fingers and spin. So simple, but it produces amazing results in some people - calmness, better concentration - even meditative states. Great for restless teenagers and harried executives alike. Cool.Asia has sourced a definitive range of these awesome little products.