DIY Giant Look It's Me Bulletin Board Kids - 12 pcs.
Work with toddlers and preschoolers. Staff needed to design and cut out clothing for the children to choose. Children painted the figure and then chose clothing and hair (yarn) . It would have been nice to have ordered clothing that the children could have decorated.
July 22, 2014
love the product
Love the product.
May 28, 2014
giant bullitin board doll
They paper dolls come all folded for shipping purposes and the folds do not come out they are very thin paper and not at all what they appeared in the catalog
April 16, 2014
Really wanted to give 5 starts but ...
I really do like these. The weight and size are perfect. The price is VERY affordable. The only thing I don't like are the folds. Now having said that, I knew they would come folded, and bought them anyways since it's a minor issue. I would buy these again, and not hesitate to suggest them to others.
July 20, 2013
Like the size and weight. Arrive folded. Bummer. Have to weigh them down to get bumps out. But are very good otherwise.
September 29, 2012
Great teaching tool!
I purchase these every year and use them with my fifth graders during novel studies. They design/dress them to resemble the main character in their book and use them as props during their presentation. Students REALLY enjoy this activity!
August 1, 2011
Pretty cool craft!
I hated that it was folded in four places.We were using them as decooration and could not get them straight.We loved them once they were decorated and they looked great!
June 9, 2011
came folded wish they were flat have permanent crease, wish accessories were sold to complement the cutout. paper a wee bit too thin. all in all a good product for the money and I will purchase more in the spring for our bulletin board.the class used them for a get to know you project.
August 31, 2010
I use these "paper kids" each year for Open House. I give a "paper kid" to each of my kindergarteners. They take them home and with family help turn the paper kids into themselves. We display them at Open House.
July 4, 2010