"High Five!" Ruler Bookmarks
Fairly good for the price
This "High Five" ruler bookmark is okay, the only thing is that the background color of the ruler part is slighly too dark making reading measurements hard to read. I like the concept and they will make great prizes for participating in our game.
February 27, 2014
Great value, but dull in color.
Very pleased with size and prefer vinyl over paper bookmarks for durabilIty. Only draw back is the colors are no where as vivid as on the website. On some of the colors you can barely see the ruler. Overall, I would recommend product but hope that the manufacturer improves color.
February 24, 2014
The picture on the website is very misleading. The rulers I received don't look like what is shown in the picture. The colors are very dull.
November 29, 2013
flimsy, but cute
These are really cute, but I cannot even see how they can be used as a ruler. I don't intend my kiddos using them as a rule, but they are great bookmarks! If I really wanted them to last, I would have put them through the laminator, but I didn't have time. SO...we'll see how they last.
December 27, 2012
Work well for "5 finger" lesson
We teach our students a "five finger rule" for picking a good book in their reading level, I give them this book mark as a reminder.
They love the five finger ruler!
September 24, 2012
Not a good find. Perhaps useful as a bookmark, they truly do not serve as a good and sturdy ruler. They are very thin and flimsy. Every year, my husband and I pack shoe box size plastic containers (Sterlite containers) for poor orphans around the world through Samaritan's Purse, an organization in association with Franklin Graham, (Billy Graham Evangelistic Association). We send 50 boxes a year - each filled with toys, school supplies and toiletries. We look for merchandise that is functional and made to serve its purpose. This item, however, do not meet those standards.
October 4, 2010
The quality of these bookmarks is very cheap. Not very big bookmarks. Great "high five" slogan though.
November 23, 2009