Bigger than usual novelty erasers
Bought these for son's 7th bday party for space and earth theme they were perfect for pinata and egg hunt (moon rock hunt). They are slightly bigger than normal novelty erasers my kids get at parties. Very happy with the product have to use your imagination a bit for the world pics on them.
June 28, 2011
Great for Goody Bags
Ordered this for school literacy night. Great as prizes and for goody bags. Decent size, very colorful.
January 30, 2015
good quality: 80% good / 20% not great
We bought these to share as 'spirit gifts' with other students at our state robotics competition. For the most part, they were good quality. About 20/100 were squished, or smudged, or the picture was otherwise not quite right, but it was an acceptable rate, considering the price. And we want to support the 'family values' of Oriental Trading.
December 16, 2014
Nice sized erasers
Very popular erasers during Halloween! Kids loved it.
November 4, 2014
Great--students like them!
Great to use as a reward on Earth Day or whatever.
February 26, 2014
I got these to spread on the table at our missions banquet, just as an accent.
February 26, 2014
Used these as a souvenir at a community event. Not the best quality eraser but still usable.
October 4, 2013
Not all the continents
The sales image shows three different erasers with six continents. The bag I received had approximately 2/3 China/Australia, 1/3 Europe/Africa and 0 North/South America. I would have appreciated a more equitable distribution.
Also, some of the erasers stuck together if two picture sides were together. When I pulled them apart, a little of the picture stuck to the other eraser. Otherwise, a typical theme eraser.
So, in summary, the quality of the erasers themselves is a 4, but the quality of the packing is a 2 or 3.
July 21, 2012
Earth day remembered
Purchased these for an Earth Day celebration, very useful. The kids really seemed to enjoy using them and identifying the countries.
April 6, 2011
We used it as a prize for an International Festival. The kids loved it.
April 5, 2011