Interlocking Bone Candies
I began purchasing these fun candies when I was the room parent for my children's classrooms. They were always a huge hit. I am still buying them for my grown-up children and specifically for a daughter who is studying radiology. When they were little, we used the candies to learn the names of the bones. We are past that stage now, but they still bring back fun memories.
October 16, 2010
special handout for hallween
This item is a bit expensive but last year the kids loved it, so I purchased it again this year. I do not know if the bones actually fit together, most of the kids just ate the candy
October 11, 2014
Good idea but the quality falls short
Bones break during assembly and the candy isn't really good. It's average....
October 9, 2014
Fun candies. . .
These take me back to when I was a kid and these little opaque plastic coffins would come out at Halloween time. They contained something akin to Sweet Tarts in them and all the colorful pieces would fit together to make a complete skeleton. My siblings and I loved those. And I am sure they will love these as well. I look forward to seeing their reactions to these!
October 1, 2014
Perfect as a give-away item.
September 29, 2014
Saving them for Halloween. Outher Supplier Bail on us.
Purchase these for use at a local Not So Haunted House for a local service organization. The kids love them and some adults as well. Good play item for adults but the candy is very hard so be careful when you chew on them. Fun for everyone.
September 11, 2014
I bought the Halloween candy bones that you can attach and make a skeleton out of. They're in neat, colorful, plastic coffin/cases and will make a great gift for Halloween and Trick or Treaters.
September 10, 2014
Overpriced but amazingly cool!
Bought these for my big Halloween bash last year--despite the fact that they were over a buck apiece, they were a big hit. Perfectly made & great quality. I will still get them this year though the price has gone up again, So much fun to put them together!
August 11, 2014
Fun and different
My grandchildren had fun putting the skeletons together. Several of the skeletons had a broken pelvis or collar bone but they could still put them together. The coffins are a little too short to lay the skeleton in after it is put together which is what my kiddos kept trying to do. Overall they were definitely worth it. Candy did not taste so good so it was more of a toy than candy.
December 3, 2013
I got bone candies for my daughter class, and the kids loved them. Great Halloween treat, and keeps the kids busy as well trying to put the skeleton together before eating them : )
November 7, 2013