Great Bookmarks for class goody bags
My daughter's school has a no candy rule so we need to think of cool and innovate things to bring in for her birthday to share with the class. I got these funky bookmarks for the class. There are so many that I will be able to keep them for my son's birthday/class next year.
October 12, 2010
Bookmarks for Easter
Perfect gift to give to children, the love of reading.
February 1, 2015
Awesome & Fun
Using for Graduations Gift for 5th Graders, fun !
May 18, 2014
colorful and cheerful
I found these book marks to be colorful. I am going to use some of the book marks for myself and the rest for a donation or for Halloween. I was happy with the price and the book marks were thick enough for better access to the last page read.
April 23, 2014
Company stamp on bookmarks
I ordered these for our Book Fair, as well, and when I got them I noticed they each had an advertising stamp on them. I thought that was very tacky, and I'm so disappointed that OTC had to mess up the design with their stamp. If you have to advertise, put a removable piece like a sticker on them. Really displeased. I guarantee I will find a way to cover that stamp.
March 17, 2014
Exactly what I expected
We used these as give aways at our Book Fair. Very bright.
February 17, 2014
I was disappointed in these bookmarks. The quality is ok...some of them have flaws. The biggest problem is that there is a very lightly colored Oriental Trading Company stamp on each one. If I had known this, I would not have purchased. I bought them for my students and did not realize they were more of an advertising tool for Oriental Trading.
December 4, 2013
We are a small school library and constantly going through so many bookmarks so I thought these would be great to supplement my homemade ones. They were fun and a great price but the problem,
they actually would melt onto the book pages! How can you use a bookmark that ruins the books? Trying to think of something else they can be used for since I still have about 4 dozen!
May 18, 2012
great for middle schoolers
August 6, 2011
I bought these bookmarks for my first grade students to use during independent reading. The colors and patterns are vibrant and all are unisex patterns. 1 bookmark is not usable as it has been pierced with holes all over, but that's not bad out of 72 cheap bookmarks. My one major complaint, however, is that ALL 72 bookmarks are stamped on the back with medium print the website address, a serial number and Made in China. While the bookmarks will still serve their purpose and be sufficient for my first graders in the classroom, I was a little upset to see this content stamped on each one.
July 27, 2011