BouncyBands are unique educational products that help children quietly move while working at their desks. Created by an elementary school counselor, Bouncy Bands helped students at his own school, by giving them a way to move and be active learners while they worked at their desks, where they often sat for five to six hours per day. Bouncy Bands help students stretch their legs, prop and bounce their feet instead of dangling them while they are sitting in class. BouncyBands discreetly soothe anxiety, frustration and hyperactivity, are 100% latex-free and patented. Bouncy Bands are easy to install, since the loops and tubes quickly slide up the 2 front legs of the chair. In an independent study Clemson University professor Dr. Jennifer Bisson tested 25 elementary school students, and concluded that Bouncy Bands help students stay focused and engaged while releasing anxiety, and maximizes their learning potential by keeping them in the optimal learning zone, identified by the Yerkes-Dodson Law of psychological performance. The average child is able to stay on task significantly more equating to approximately 35 minutes per school day. Bouncy Bands enable kids to spend more time on task, creating an atmosphere of better behavior and higher test scores without medications.
Bouncy Bands for Adult Chairs help students move while they work. Children enjoy bouncing their feet and feeling the tension to relieve their anxiety, hyperactivity, frustration, or boredom.
The support pipes attach to the Bouncy Band to prevent them from slipping off the chair legs and becoming a nuisance. The support pipes are 4" long and 1.5" in diameter. Chairs can still be stacked and moved as normal.
Bouncy Bands are easy to install, since the loops and tubes quickly slide up the 2 front legs of the chair. The band is 17" long and easily stretches to fit chairs with legs 17-22" apart.
Teachers love how Bouncy Bands for Adult Chairs are quiet and don't disturb or distract other students.
Bouncy Bands are 100% safe. They are latex free and since children put their feet on the front two legs, it prevents them from leaning backwards (and falling).