Bright Worm Balls
The bright colors on these are even better than the picture. They are a little on the small side but they are heavy so that makes up for it in terms o quality. These are going to look great as "sea urchins" in my daughter's mermaid birthday party.
August 29, 2014
first prize that's picked
I always make sure to have these in the prize bin at my churches Sunday school the kids love them
May 5, 2014
they were fun, but they were smaller than I had anticipated.
April 18, 2014
I buy these colorful, squishy worm balls by the hundreds to use in teacher trainings! We get into small groups and then toss the balls from person to as participants take turns contributing to a "progressive story" based on photographic images projected on a screen. It is consistently the teachers' favorite activity as they immediately see how their students could tell stories based on the content in the courses they teach. These balls are the perfect size: fun to hold and toss, not too big (or expensive) as to be distracting (or cost prohibitive). I tell all the teachers about orientaltrading.com! Thank you for this great product!
February 3, 2012
Smaller than Expected
I like how soft these balls are. They are smaller than advertised though. The description says 3 in., but at the most they are 2 1/2 in. I was looking for a larger product so I was disappointed overall.
February 1, 2012
Wonderful Texture - very tactile!
I purchased these to use in workshops as either treats to leave on the participants' tables or to toss out as a incentives for answering questions or offering input.
These things FEEL wonderful. They are smaller than I expected, but I'm not worried about that at all. They definitely fill up the palm of my hand, and squishing them around is a nice sensation in my hands.
A nice bonus - they are individually wrapped.
I'm sure that these will be a great hit in my workshops.
November 25, 2010
Colorful and lots of fun
I use these as part of the reward system for my class. I use a bigger version of the ball in class to liven up Q&A sessions and my students love the balls. These are honors chemistry kids so don't be afraid to have fun in your classroom.
September 17, 2010