Awesome Alphabet Bean Bags
I like the look of the bean bags. What I found though, was that the filling doesn't really move around much in the bags. Usually bean bags have fillings that can move around and be squishy. I didn't care much for the NEON orange that was used for the color orange. Overall, nice bean bags to be used in our classroom. Hopefully after some use the bags will loosen up a little bit. The quality seems to be very high!
August 10, 2012
I use these bean bags for my dance class. The 3 year olds (who take a mommy and me class) skip around the letters that are turned upside down. When the music pauses they turn over a letter and make it with their body. It goes over very well with kids and parents alike. I liked the item so much I ordered one group for each studio!
February 9, 2009
Quality Bean Bags
These bean bags are of good quality and I was very satisfied. I think they are definitely a great value considering the price and the quality.
April 17, 2014
Wonderful product. Nice and sturdy plus easy to clean. Aides in fun literacy games
April 5, 2014
Great color, size and overall quality!
I bought these to teach my 2 1/2 year old daughter about colors for now and letters later. Sometimes she lets us use them educationally but mostly she throws them into buckets from far away or puts them from one bucket to another:)
February 27, 2014
Alphabet Bags-Worth The Price!!
I purchased these bean bags several years ago to use in my daycare. They are sturdy, multi-purpose and worth the price!
February 28, 2010
Fun to use to learn Alphabet
These are fun for my children (2 1/2 and 3 1/2) to play with and to learn their alphabet with. I would definitely recommend them to a friend!
February 21, 2010
The price is great and the bean bags are of good quality but the beanbags are colored as a set of consecutive letters (A- E are red, F-J are blue) rather than the colors being random. This takes away from some of the activities that you can do with the beanbags!
June 18, 2009
great daycare purchase
These are great for teaching letters! I also use them for sorting colors, counting. Kids love them!
April 2, 2009