Worked great for young toddlers
I bought these for a garden party bug fest birthday for my 2 year old daughter. The nets are a little small and the clips were only useful for attaching to the goodie bags. They definitely did their job and the size was perfect for all the little toddlers - each rounding up about 8 small plastic bugs a piece. They had a blast! All the reviews of the event were so positive. Every child found bugs and every child had no problem (at least 15 kids). As long as you are not looking for a long term toy, they are great!
September 13, 2010
Great little bug catching nets for kids. Pretty well made, decent price. Would purchase again.
November 29, 2014
Had a bug-themed party for my 5 yo. The bug nets were a cute addition. The net was a bit oddly attached, but the kids are loving their nets.
February 7, 2014
smaller than expected
bought this for use as a game to catch stretchy bugs. fun for the older kids, but the nets were too small for the younger kids to catch anything. make better minnow nets than bug nets!
January 8, 2014
great for camp theme
These were a bit on the small side but in fact are probably the right size for catching bugs, who wants to dig way down to get it out! Good quality and look nice too.
May 10, 2013
Kids love it!
I bought these nets as a gift for my grandchildren. lThey love to catch bugs and fireflies. They will love them.
September 24, 2012
I bought these nets for a butterfly catching game for my daughter's birthday. The children loved them, but the nets were a lot smaller then I expected. They still worked for the game, but their size made it a lot harder for the kids to catch with. These nets are a good buy as long as you know they are more like mino nets instead of butterfly nets.
March 18, 2011
Good LITTLE Nets
Nice, cute LITTLE nets. Look at the size because I didn't :-) But kids are still having fun with them.
May 20, 2010
Cute, but smaller than expected
I bought these as party favors for my daughter's 2nd birthday. They are cute, but very small. I would recommend them, though.
May 4, 2010