A great way to have some fun with kids of any age. My Mommy or Daddy and Me program loves these crowns because they are safe to use and they encourage creativity. They make children feel special, when they wear their creations. Finally they are nicely priced, which is a plus for conservative budgets.
March 15, 2012
Great for kids!
Excellent for the price! The kids loved decorating these for our monthly birthday students! Good quality for the price and held up to markers and glue well.
March 6, 2011
Perfect for my second grade class
I use this product with my second graders to learn the _ing word family by making themselves into the King of _ing. The cover the crown with _ing words (ring,sing)etc. The plain crowns are perfect, sturdy and fun.
February 13, 2011
Worth the price
The crowns' cardboard is sturdy, but the crowns were a little big for my students' heads (6-7 year olds). I just stapled the crowns tighter for a better fit. Also, it'd be better if the crowns' points were solid so that they could be written on or decorated more.
October 11, 2010
fun craft activity
The kids loved coloring these. We also attached stickers and feathers with glue dots. The thickness was good so they didn't tear too easily. The only drawback was that we had difficulty getting them to stay together and ended up having to staple the crowns.
July 16, 2012
Perfect for Birthday Parties!
I got these for my daugthers 5th birhtday party, which was of course a princess party. I wanted a craft the girls and boys can do that was related to the theme. This was great for both of them!
June 30, 2012
Prince?Princess for a Day
I used these at the children's activity table at a Mardi Gras party and they were a hit! The children loved them and I was pleased with the quality. The price made them affordable for a large group of children. I will definitely be ordering these again next year!
February 24, 2012
Not all the same design!
I bought these for my students to use as birthday crowns. They are somewhat flimsy, but I think they will work. They are NOT all the same design, however, so half of the kids have the pointy design in the picture, and half have a rounded design. Not a big deal to everyone, but I would have liked to have known ahead of time.
October 6, 2011