30 reviews between Sep 03, 2022 and Mar 31, 2023.
These sensory sticker strips are an affordable and satisfactory alternative to name brand strips for students and individuals who need tactile stimulation. They come in a variety of textures and designs, and are durable with good adhesion. However, some customers have reported issues with the textured part peeling off or the strips not sticking properly. Overall, these strips have helped students with anxiety and attention issues, and some teachers have found them useful for promoting focus in the classroom.36 Pieces Anxiety Sensory Stickers Cute Fidget Textured Strips Toys Anti Stress Tactile Rough
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These amazing sticker strips have been an absolute game-changer in my classroom. My students love the unique textures and the way they feel when they run their fingers over them. They're perfect for helping my students who struggle with attention and focus to stay engaged and on task during class. The Sensory Sticker Strips come in a variety of textures, from bumpy to smooth, and my students can't get enough of them. They're also incredibly durable, and they stick to just about anything, from notebooks to desks to laptops. I've even seen some of my students put them on their phone cases! Even I find myself using it often during my work day.
I bought this product because it was recommended to try sensory strips for my daughter with anxiety. But it's literally like rubbing sandpaper. I'm not sure how this is supposed to help sensory or fidgeting wise because it's soo rough to touch/scratch. The quality is good, color is vibrant, and sticks very well. But these were just a waste of money since they can't even be used for their primary purpose. Not sure what I'm gonna do with the remaining 35 strips I didn't use.
These look nice and feel nice, but they are not durable. I put them on our students desk and many were peeling apart on the first day. The clear textured part is easy to separate from the sticker underneath it, so of course student pick it apart.
I bought a pack of these for my students at school. I decided on a whim to cut one in half and stick it to the back of my ID badge for school. I'll be darned if I'm not using it all the time! I have lots of conversations with teens and tweens that can get awkward and I find that I rub the strip and it grounds me.
Several of my students also use them on the undersides of their desks. It provides them with tactile stimulation that is quiet and unobtrusive. Students use the strips and it does not distract others like other fidgets can. I think they have pretty good adhesion. I have had mine on for several months and no corners or edges are turning up or no longer sticky.
Almost smooth. Dull colors compared to picture
I use these as prizes in my prize box, but I also give some to teachers I work with to help students who may need to have something for sensory input when stressed or anxious, or just need to do something with their hands. Teachers will put them on the student’s desks so they have a fidget always with them when needed and it’s less distracting than something they would hold in their hand.
The top of the sticker peels off very easily.
We paid the crazy amount to buy Calm Strips for our kids and were so disappointed in the lack of texture. We took a chance on these for a fidget drive at my kids' school and I'm really glad we did. They have a lot more texture and we got 10x more for the price of the name brand. The designs are beautiful and they are very durable. I experimented with one and it was very difficult to pick apart. Even as you start to get a corner off, it resists tearing. Very satisfying for someone like me who picks her nails all day.
These strips are a more affordable version of Calm Strips. Unfortunately, they don't last very long. I had two stuck to my phone and they peeled off rather quickly, but they were enjoyable to use for tactile stimming while they lasted.
They didn’t last on the kids desks so sad…
Peeled up too easily
.Items look great, but adhesive lasted only a couple days, and the top sensory layer peeled right off leaving only the picture layer. Very disappointed as I was really hoping for a nice sensory tool for my students:(
I did not think these were plastic with adhesive. They do the job though.
The strips are very pretty, but they don't hold up to the needs of my 2nd grade students. The texture part comes off the adhesive portion very easily. Most of the students had them peeled off the first day.
These have lasted a while. Great stick and very versatile.
Within minutes, several students peeled off the bumpy surface. So disappointed!!
I really liked these except after a couple weeks they are starting to peel. They become useless which is unfortunate.
I like this product, but my students tore the top layer off which is the textured part. They lasted about a week.
My students love them and they peal off without anything left over on the desk. I love the patterns offered and then are easy to apply.
I teach 8th graders and let them choose one and decide where they wanted to put it - on their iPad covers, folder, or notebook. They are enjoying them. They look just like the pictures and I recommend them.
These have a zero sticking power. You can put it on paper and them peel it right off... where are all these great reviews coming from? I read where you could stick it to a water bottle... No, you can not.
I bought these for my students and they really liked them, yet they only lasted for 2 days before starting to peel off of their desks. After 1 week all of them are gone. Waste of money!
My daughter has a hard time concentrating at school. We decided to give theses a try. We put them on her pencil case, school folders and water bottle. We are at 2 months and they are still stuck to all items. They definitely help my daughter sit for school longer since she has somthing to do with her hands. (Scratch)
I use these when I become anxious. Perfect size and texture.
Great size, very adhesive, the texture is wonderful! My students love them!
I wish there was a variety of textures- but I love these! The patterns are cool too
I bought these for my special needs class. Most of the students it works well but there are 1-2 that are HIGH sensory seekers. We could tell instantly it was helping their anxiety however they also were picking/peeling at it and would go through 2-3 stickers in a week. We put Velcro dots down instead and haven’t had any issues
Perfect for my young daughter
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Product arrived in perfect condition and on time. Fits needs of those in need of sensory stimulation. Sticker is strong and bonds instantly to variety of surfaces, great range of uses.
Bought these for my students. Thought it was a bit pricey but wanted something quiet they could touch. Half of them were gone on the first day. The texture peeled off but the stickers are still stuck to my tables
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