These where so much better then we thought they would;d be . Everyone loved them.
December 7, 2010
Don't waste your money
After spending almost two hours strining the skeletons, then leaving them in direct sunlight for an entire day, was totally disappointed that NONE of them glowed in the dark. Not to mention that they were smaller and thinner than I expected. Would not recommend.
August 11, 2014
I am a manager in a Radiology department in an inner city hospital, we do a lot of out reach programs for area schools I was looking for skeletons to do an active program with the students, these worked out perfectly. Would recommend item
April 9, 2014
there definitely good for kids and they love them
February 18, 2014
Small and not flexible
Cute idea but these were not flexible enough to play with and didn't glow that well. Some heads were permanent bent.
November 6, 2013
The Underdog of the Treat Bag
The only problem that I have with this item is the tendency for the skeletons to curl. The kids still love them, and I still buy them every year.
October 29, 2013
Using instead of candy
I am using these near Halloween as "prizes" in my science classes during interactive questioning and games to keep the students' interest. There almost always seems to be problems in using candy as some students are diabetic or have food allergies. The skeletons are science related and remove all of the problems associated with using food. The added bonus is that they glow in the dark (although not very brightly).
October 26, 2013
Bought these a few years ago for my teI
Bought these a few years ago for my teens birthday. We strung them and then hung them. When they get sufficient light to trigger the glow they work great and glow for hours. The teens loved them.
October 17, 2013
These are very thin, do not have color (they are clear) and they barely glow. This combination makes them sort of useless as decoration. Also, about 1/4 of the ones I received were bent/folded and I could not straighten them out no matter what I did. On the bright side they do have a hole on top so you can hang them on a string if you want, and maybe there is spooky value to bumping into hanging skeletons you didn't see.
I bought them as carnival prizes for an elementary school Halloween carnival. The reaction was mixed. They were less popular than the pirate eye-patches and even the skull/skeleton pencils. The good news is how many per dollar you get.
November 3, 2012
great for a filler
When using this item to add to the treats and goodies being given out at an event, they are wonderful. They are exactly what they are described as. They glow in the dark and all the kids loved them. We hung them from the cob webs to complete the spooky effect for the big spiderweb.
November 2, 2011