Large Marbleized Poppers
Awesome poppers! They really go high!!!
September 13, 2012
Fun and good for fine motor development.
These are a classic. Lots of kids need to be shown how to use them, but once they figure it out they love them. Can be launched off of almost any surface, including palms:)
April 12, 2012
I have already bought them twice for my Sunday School Kids. They never seem to be tired of this. They love to collect all the colors.
January 21, 2012
I bought these to place in the children's wedding boxes and they are just as I expected. The size and color are great. They come packaged in a big bag and each piece is in a smaller bag so that they will not stick together. My fiance loves these things so I figured I'd get them for the kids (and him) to play with at our casual wedding reception.
October 25, 2011
These are great
I get these poppers for my students (get this size, the others are too small) and everyone loves them. I recently gave them as a joke to the adult males at our Christmas gathering and they played with these for hours! It was hilarious.
I have found that for any age these are a sure ticket.
January 6, 2010
Great Boys toy
Gave these out to the boys for Valentines day since we have a nut and egg free room. They are made well, very sturdy, the kids loved them!!!
March 4, 2014
Great size for kids & adult hands. Everyone loved the marble colors.
February 25, 2014
We love these poppers!
These poppers were a huge hit at my son's 2nd birthday party
February 18, 2014
They don't work...
Bought 2 sets of these and none worked. You flip them inside out and they flipped before you could set them down on a surface. If you tried to set it down and flip it on the hard surface it did nothing
. Waste of money cause now they're just just half a ball .... The kids did enjoy trying hard to get them to work....
January 28, 2014
My favorite, and also theirs
You may have to show some kids how to roll the rim down and compress it sideways to get it to stay in the metastable excited state while they set it on the table. They've been spending too much time prepping for bubble tests, and give up too easily on manipulation of real objects.
The snap is very satisfying when it pops up, and play is nature's main teaching strategy.
January 1, 2014