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
Cute but pricey
These were cute for the kids as a favor from our Halloween party, but at almost $1 each, way to pricey to give out to trick or treaters. The kids liked assembling the skeleton. The pieces really do fit together.
November 24, 2014
This is a cute idea and the kids loved it. The candies are very hard and I would be concerned that they might break a child's tooth.
November 16, 2014
These candies are very hard on the teeth. They never soften up once in your mouth. There is a warning on the package about chocking hazards for smaller children. There was no flavor to them also.
They do fit together nicely as a puzzle. And, they come well-packaged. I had no broken candies.
Overall, I was disappointed.
November 11, 2014
These are cool!
These are pretty neat--I like small containers and pieces, though. 7-year old enjoyed putting skeleton together and eating it!
November 5, 2014
interlocking bone candies
kids liked putting them together but most pieces was already broke and no taste was nasty
November 1, 2014
Wonderful Halloween treat!
I had purchased this product before and it was such a hit I had to order again this year. We had a Halloween party with ages 5-67 and everyone enjoyed as a game prize.
October 28, 2014
So darn cute!
These were adorable in their little coffins and very colorful! The children loved them. Said the candy tasted good too. The two issues were: several of the bones were already broken upon opening. The bones were difficult to attach because they are small and sometimes when trying to attach they break. My suggestion is order extra ones so you can trade out broken bones!
October 26, 2014
Broken bones cause disappointment
I purchased the candy bones as a fun introduction to a bones unit in my classroom. As they were opened each of the 24 had at least one broken bone. I will have to go through the sets to salvage workable pieces.
If they are purchased to eat - no problem, but this was a learning aid. I definitely lost money on this classroom project (already paid out of pocket).
October 25, 2014
It's neat being able to put the skeleton together, however, when fully assembled, it does not fit in the coffin. The taste is just so so. If you want kids to play with their food...then this is the item for you!
October 18, 2014