$100 Bill Pencils
Have been buying these pencils as prizes for classes I teach at banks. Everybody likes getting them.
September 26, 2010
Fun for middle elementary
Bought these for my third grader to give out to his peers in recognition of the 100th day of school and they were a huge hit. Going to buy them for 4th grade too.
September 12, 2011
The "colorful wrapped design" on the pencils is a plastic sleeve that gums up and overheats an electric pencil sharpener fairly quickly and if you're using more than a few, a manual sharpener is a lot of work.
That said - the pencils were a cute addition to our party theme - a robbery mystery - and something that our guests took home, along with their notepads.
April 18, 2011
poor quality pencils
bought these for a kids bunco party- only maybe 18 of them sharpened properly (using an industrial electric sharpener) - the rest we weren't able to get evenly sharpened, even when we resorted to a manual sharpener. Chewed the pencils down to almost nothing trying.
Outer design on most of the pencils wasn't smooth - Erasers were old or poor quality, smeared when erasing....
May 18, 2010
Too Hard and Too Bulky
I'm a reading specialist and planned to give these as a reading-related holiday-vacation project, since they were advertised as bookmarks. By the time I finished making a sample with Elmer's Glue--very difficult and not much fun--I realized the object was much too fat to be useful as a bookmark. I don't think it should be advertised that way, and I think it should be specifically aimed at middle-grade children.
January 3, 2010
Kids love the look of the pencils!
November 15, 2009
Kids love these pencils. How many kids can say they have $100?
October 4, 2009
Excelent for Financial Recognition
Very appropiate for the financial industry or financial training sessions.
April 13, 2009