Pop-its have become uber popular among the smaller set — they buy them, trade them, and are always on the lookout for the latest and greatest. What originally started as a sensory tool to help with autism, anxiety, and ADHD has now become something enjoyable for all kids (and may just have some added benefits to reduce stress and increase focus). Here are ten you will want to add to your list.
Sometimes you want a pop-it that fits in your pocket, and other times a giant one is the only thing that will do. With a rainbow aesthetic and over 400 bubbles to pop, this pop-it is perfect to play with friends or at home while watching a movie.
This tetris-style pop-it comes with 40 pieces in various shapes and colors. Use your imagination to create different patterns, shapes, and displays. Play a game or do some teaching with these different pieces. It’s a great pop-it for younger kids — and it’s easy to wash and BPA free too!
Even adults won’t be able to resist this octopus shaped keychain with a big pop-it center and little pop-it tentacles. Throw it on your keys and it will help ease your mind while waiting in line to do tedious adult things like the DMV or hand it to your kids to play with while waiting for your table at a restaurant.
This pastel bunny pop-it serves a dual purpose — it’s also a phone case. Now it’s easy to take your pop-it with you and protect your phone at the same time. If you aren’t a fan of the rabbit case you can choose from cactus, pineapple or different color patterns.
You can still get stress relief while learning something with this pop-it. The bigger sized bubbles make it perfect for younger kids and you can teach them while they pop. Ask them to push down the letters to spell different words or throw out math problems for them to solve on the pop-it. It even comes with instructions for a few games!
Move over slap bracelets, here come pop bracelets! These tie-dye picks are perfect for making a fashion statement with a little popping fun. Your kids can trade them with friends or stack them on their wrist.
If a poppable cover can get your kid to write in a journal, so be it. This journal (or notebook if you prefer) makes a great birthday gift for a friend, and like all pop-its, it comes in super fun colors.
We told you that just about everything can be a pop-it these days. This purse is no exception. This crossbody-style purse comes with a detachable rainbow strap and it’s a great one for kids — smaller in storage but lots of fun.
There are few shapes you can’t find pop-its in these days, but the food ones can be particularly fun. This set of three includes the complete fast food meal — a burger, fries, and a drink. This set is perfect for playing a game or just popping at your leisure.
Take a boring pencil case and make it fun. This multi-colored bag is the perfect place to store equally bright colored pencils or use it to brighten up drabber school supplies. It can also double as a bag to store coins, smaller fidgets, or knick knacks.