this is a really nice product and great price for the amount you get. We used these for an activity at a recent event. You have to use permanent markers to decorate, so that may be hard with young children. Make sure you warn parents first! We let the young kids decorate them with various stickers instead.
June 28, 2011
Used these as name tags for Cub Scout Day Camp. Used Sharpie markers & they worked out great! Drilled a small hole at either end and string. Very cute.
June 18, 2011
This was a really great craft for the children. They could create the boomerang any way they liked. All the children loved it, even the older one!
July 27, 2010
Perfect for our Australia unit!
These were perfect for the multicultural unit my school had on Australia. The boomerangs are small enough for little hands and the plastic was thin and flexible enough that I wasn't worried that these would be used as a weapon at home!
The children loved receiving a treat from the "outback"!
January 20, 2015
Used for a class activity while discovering the continent of Australia. Students enjoyed designing with permanent markers and playing with at recess!
January 1, 2015
Perfect for our use!
I was expecting cardboard which we could color with marker, but it was plastic. Harder to decorate but will hold up much longer. We used them as a craft to represent the country of Australia for Girl Scout Thinking Day. Many times we heard it was the "coolest" activity of the day.
January 30, 2014
I was looking for something for the students to make because we where studing Australia. the students enjoyed decorating them with the wild life stickers but, they are not functional when thrown they went up and did not come back to you. you get what you pay for.
May 5, 2012
Boomerangs were a hit
Kids loved boomerangs at VBS. Very easy and fun to make your own designs.
June 15, 2010