$100 Bill Bookmark Magnets
Kids love these bookmarks!
These bookmarks make terrific reader rewards. I teach high school and I give the students these bookmarks when we start a new novel. Kids love them. Teachers can also give these as rewards for finishing books. Kids will want to use them and therefore, must start a new book..
January 22, 2011
Cute, but small
These bookmarks are very cute, but somehow smaller than they appear in the picture. These were prizes along with the High Five! Ruler Bookmarks for a reading calendar challenge. The kids seemed to like them and that's all that really matters.
March 11, 2010
Ok my original reason for purchasing these was to clip my son's book report together. That's not a good idea. They DID hold the group of pages together, but I was concerned that they might not hold up. They are bookmarks. So we used them as bookmarks and guess what? They're awesome! I've only used a magnet bookmark once before and it worked but putting it in place was never smooth. These are actually really easy to use. They're inexpensive, which is great because my children can't seem to hold on to a bookmark for long (not even the $25 Harry Potter set.....Ugh). Im sticking with these for a while
November 25, 2014
Cute concept - Horrible quality!
There is absolutely no reason these should be called bookmarks they cannot hold 1 page securely! I love the concept, however the quality is ridiculous. The magnets are literally paper thin & rarely connect. If they actually used magnets when manufacturing the product this would be magnificent. However they were cute enough to add to give away bags for my event.
October 29, 2014
Ok but not sure if I will purchase again
I purchased this as a fun item for National Payroll Week to give to co-workers. I was very disappointed in the size and lack of magnetic attraction. It was okay to use for keeping a place in a book but not good for holding the pages together. It is a great novelty item but the quality of the magnet is very poor.
September 3, 2014
Unique and useful bookmark
I have ordered these bookmarks for several years to use as
a token gift for senior citizens on bus trips--many of which read while on the bus. We all love these! They are very useful as bookmarks in books as well as magazines and can also be used to hold one or two sheets of paper together--.they do not hold more than this. I have also used this item at business expos. I work at a Bank so this is a very appropriate item for a giveaway..
May 1, 2014
Not very magnetic
These are supposed to have a strong enough magnetic attraction to hold together on the page of a book. The majority of the ones I received did not hold together strongly enough not to fall off the page. They were to be a little study gift for a group to show that knowledge is more valuable than money. Probably will not do this one again.
September 29, 2012
Other posters mentioned how small these are. They truly are tiny. The description mentions that folded they are 2- 3/8". But the height is less than an inch - approx the size of my fingerprint. On top of that, there is NO magnetic ability to use as a bookmark! Maybe as a regular magnet on metal, but no way as a bookmark.
August 24, 2012
Bought these to put in adult goody bags for a pool/bbq party. These are really small. If you unfold them, they can be used adequately. There are so many of them, that I will throw a few in each bag. Didn't test them out as magnets, so can't tell ya how that will work, but, these are really small. I would unfold them.
July 20, 2012
"magnetic book marks
These are NOT magnetic. I haven't given these to students yet but I probably won't. They don't work.
November 19, 2011