Colorful Magic Color Scratch Fall Leaves
Fun for all ages
Sent to school with kids (Kindergarten and 1st grade) and they all LOVED it! Did a couple with coworkers...we loved it too :)
October 4, 2012
Great for all ages
Kids from 3 yrs old to adult love these. Beautiful!
November 13, 2011
We needed a craft that one person could supervise alone. These were perfect for all age children. Older children were able to be detailed and make beautiful leaves, younger children were able to make pretty leaves even without skill for detail. Even toddlers were able to be included, no small parts or hazards to worry about. These were a BIG HIT!!
September 25, 2011
Fun Quick Fall Activity
I bought this as an activity for my 2nd graders...we used it today as a craft during our pre-Thanksgiving festivities. I wish I would have read the description more carefully. While distributing the leaves, I discovered that only 12 scratch sticks are enclosed for 24 leaves. That doesn't make sense if each child is scratching one leaf as in our case! Our Art teacher had extra sticks (luckily) but buy extra kits, share the sticks or figure something out so your kids aren't waiting with sad faces!!! My students LOVED the finished rainbow leaves!
November 21, 2012
Awesome craft project
We had a craft table at my daughter's birthday party and these were a hit! Even the adults thought they were cool. No mess, and a great take home gift too.
November 19, 2012
Great craft for kids
Bought this for an activity at my son's kindergarten classroom, and they all loved it, including the teachers!
The colors of the leaves were not exactly as pictured, and colored string was given instead of satin ribbon, but no complaints.
November 15, 2012
Great Fall Fun!
We bought these as a fall craft and decoration! They are very durable, very colorful and very fun!
November 1, 2012
I bought these for my son's Fall Class Celebration. It says it comes with 24 leaves in the description but I didn't receive enough for each kid in his class to get one (19 kids). Now I have to find something else for his class.
October 22, 2012