DIY Flying Disks
Great reunion fun.
The kids (3-10) decorated them with permanent markers and had great fun. They also had fun flying them. They fly better than most little flying discs I have seen. And the kids could take them home!
July 14, 2009
Great craft for kids
I ordered these as a craft for our VBS. They were a nice size for the kids and they enjoyed decorating them with the permanent markers we provided. Another review mentioned that some of their frisbees were warped, but we did not have that problem. Would definetly recommend this item.
July 21, 2012
Frisbees for VBS
These worked really great for the kids to decorate and as a way to remind them of the day's topic. We drew on them with permanent markers from Oriental Trading and I was not really happy with the markers but overall it looked great on the frisbee.
June 25, 2012
These were a lot smaller and less flexible than I thought. There were a lot of warped ones that we weighted to try and reshape but still had problems. Overall they worked well for what we wanted. We ran some large circle stickers with our reunion year and placed them on the disks. Hopefully everyone will love them.
September 5, 2010
They're small, of course, but we loved this product. They were easy to decorate.
June 22, 2010
small and oddly colored
They are smaller than you think and an odd beige color.
June 13, 2010
Very poor quality
I bought these as a craft for my daughter's Daisy Scout troop. They were very poor quality, very small, and I was overall dissatisfied with this purchase. We used permanent markers and they still smudged after drying for days. Very poor.
June 8, 2010
Bought these for my sons kindergarten class for end of the year. Alittle disappointed in quality but overall was satisfied.
May 13, 2010
Just like larger discs
Our 1st grade Sunday School class glued construction paper cut outs of lions onto the disc for the "Daniel and the Lions' Den" craft. I divided the room into 6 sections with different point values. The kids flew their discs and were awarded their points if they answered the review question I asked. Anyone who flew their disc up high had points deducted from their team's score. They had GREAT fun! (PS. The room wasn't that large. About 15 X 13.)
May 12, 2009
Successful craft purchase!
We purchased these for our children's ministry at our church and also for a community outreach that our church organized.
Both times we used this craft, it was enjoyed by the kids. We used permanent ink wood markers (sold by Oriental Trading Co.) so there was very little smudging.
Yes, the discs aren't of the highest quality, but you do get what you pay for. The kids mostly enjoyed making their disks unique.
They fly ok, not as well as a more expensive disk would, but they're sufficient. Some of them did need a little wiggling to straighten and flatten them out.
The size can be misleading as well. They're definitely a "Mini" disk. I would say about 6-7" in diameter.
May 5, 2009