144 Jumping Frogs
These hop farther if you press down on the head instead of the back. They will easily stack and you can pack a lot of them into a small space, so we're using them in small geocache containers. The product works great for this use!
June 2, 2011
You get what you pay for
We used these for our Hoppy Valentine's Day cards. They are cheaply made in comparison to other jumpy frogs you can buy but they do work well enough for the price and quantity you get. If you are looking for the quick thrill these provide then these are fine. If you are looking for something very durable then look elsewhere.
February 18, 2014
Cute and entertaining for most preschool age children.
September 3, 2013
Many of the frogs arrived broken and bent, making them useless. Since they are made so cheap, they don't work as intended. My son has had these before but quality was much better and the frogs actually 'hopped'.
January 30, 2013
Not worth it
Bought them for a thematic unit at preschool, very disappointed with the quality, they don't hop and are very hard for the children to manipulate. Don't waste your money.
April 6, 2012
This is junk..waste of money
I brought these for a birthday and I am very much disappointed. Its just junk, nothing more thant that. I would rate this as zero stars.
January 28, 2012
Used these in a preschool classroom. Quality is cheap but provides several manipulatives for a low price.
January 16, 2012
We could not get these to jump at all. All they do is scoot. We were very disappointed, and sorry we bought them.
November 22, 2011
Super thin plastic
I bought these for a family Math Olympics. The plastic is so thin, the frogs flip more than they jump, and the legs break off easily. I had to purchase better quality frogs elsewhere after I got these in the mail, because I knew they wouldn't work. If you want to do anything more than give these out to kids as a prize or something, I would find other ones to buy.
April 8, 2011
Kids love it
I bought these frogs to give as prizes for good behavior by my students. They were a big hit from 2nd -8th grade. Some were broken, but the majority worked fine. You just need to show the little ones how to use it and off they go. I find it a very good bargain for how popular they were with my students.
March 13, 2011