This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Mar 12, 201510 Kids Toys And Crafts To Help You De-Stress In CollegeIt's okay to go back to being a kid for a while, but you might want to wait until you get back to your dorm room (or just your bedroom, sorry commuters). Nostalgia Warning.by Chelsea MaguireCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Socker Boppers Via wordpress.com "More fun than a pillow fight." For when you and your friends are so stressed you want to punch or hit something. Save your poor hands the pain. 2. Play-Doh Via ecx.images-amazon.com Who doesn't remember these colored-cap-coordinated jars. Roll it into a ball, squish it in your hand, sculpt with it. Just remember, kid or college student, this stuff can be messy. 3. Bendy Figures Via ecx.images-amazon.com Remember this guy and how we used to be able to bend and twist his limbs? It doesn't have to be Gumby though, any bendy figure will help you slowly let go of all the stress and tension. 4. Kinetic Sand Via toysrus.com If you can get a hold of "Moon Sand" that could work too. Kinetic Sand comes in several colors (e.g. green, purple, regular, blue, orange). This sand separates in your hands (it's like it's breathing :O). You can pretty much do with it what you can do with Play-Doh, only it won't dry out. And it sticks to itself, so it's easier to clean up. 5. Slinky Via ecx.images-amazon.com Via toy-time.com Whether it's the original metal one or a colorful plastic one, there's just something about the Slinky that will always seem amusing; maybe watching it walk down the stairs. Remember though, they can get tangled, so be careful. 6. Water Snakes (Wigglies) Via image.ec21.com Whatever you want to call them, these things are colorful and sometimes have decorative patterns, glitter, or little figurines inside of them. They might slip in your hands when you pick them up, but they're hard to put down after that. 7. Silly Putty Via ecx.images-amazon.com It's sticky and stretchy, just be careful what you stick it to (Don't put it too close to your hair or on your clothes). 8. Coloring Book and Crayons Via blogger.com Okay, technically that's two things, but they go together. Never underestimate the power of crayons and coloring. For years, people have been saying that it improves your mental health and relieves stress. (My college actually has coloring books at our "stress free night" before finals every semester.) 9. Stress Balls Via buystressballs.com Via cdn.luckyvitamin.com You probably don't always think about kids when you think of stress balls, but kids have their stresses too. All you have to do is give it a good squeeze. You can buy one for five dollars or less usually. Or learn how to make your own, it's fairly easy. View this video on YouTube youtube.com This guy will show you have to make some pretty cool-looking ones. 10. Bubbles Via alaska-in-pictures.com You had to have blown at least one or two bubbles when you were a kid. Bubbles not only look interesting, but sometimes it's fun to pop them, or just watch them float away. Via i.kinja-img.com So, did you feel any nostalgia?