You hear of people homeschooling because, in part, their kids fidget.
Their kids like to move while they learn, problems ensue in the classroom, et cetera et cetera et cetera.
It’s a powerful thing.
Like many others, I often feel like I have to move to think. I pace, I walk, I study better on a treadmill than sitting on a couch.
Particularly for kinesthetic learners, such movement actually can help with thinking. But while large-area activities work, Brain Food can make getting all that fidgetiness out easier. Brain Food is that link between energy and body, channeling movement, promoting the free flow of ideas…all while sitting. It’s amazing. I got it over two weeks ago now, and seriously cannot put this stuff down.
It’s non-sticky and taffy-like; a bit firm until you warm it up, and then it swirls and loops in SUCH a tactilely-pleasing manner. It’s feels 99% oil-free on my hands too…I still wash after I’ve put it away, but it’s not so much that I avoid touching things (all hand-cream moisturizers, I’m looking at you).
It’s moldable for a moment, but won’t stay, since it doesn’t harden—EVEN if you leave it out of its tin-home. So basically, don’t expect to make a dinosaur or a tree. I’ve tried. It just sort of slumps over and resumes its primordial globular state. But, making sculptures isn’t its intention, so when I’m sitting and thinking while smooshing and pulling at my lump of Brain Food…it’s doing exactly what it should. Helping me to think productively.
And having fun charging it up with light and watching it glow in the dark. Which…is just cool.
Brain Food comes in 7 different colors, 1 of which glows in the dark. Each tin is currently $8.99 at Christianbook.com. View “Product Close-Up” for a picture of each color.
Non-toxic. Keep from clothes.