Look It's Me Shaped Craft Sticks
These are great for use in the classroom. My students decorate it. And I used them year long to choose/pick students.
July 26, 2010
Such a very neat item.
The kids love decorating them and they are so much easier then trying to make a person and glue them to a stick.
November 28, 2011
Surprised about slivers/splinters of wood.
These are really cute. Small to decorate. I was surprised that the wood does not seem like it was sanded. There were a lot of splinters/slivers. I am going to have to sand them down before I let students decorate them.
June 7, 2011
When Sunday School begins in September we have a bagel breakfast for the children and parents, we talk about the upcoming SS year plans, introduce the teachers and just get to know one another and always have a craft project for the children. What better way to do this than for each child and teacher to make a "me". I look forward to this event.
May 1, 2011
We buy these often. We use them for everything from Sunday School to puppet parties, kids play, etc. I wish we could get them in a larger/cheaper quantity.
June 22, 2010
Good customer service
I had ordered this product for my students to make bookmarks with. When we were ready to begin the project there were only 21 sticks in the bag and 2 of them were broken. I called OTC and talked with the customer service department. They were very accomodating and made sure I had the replacement products in time for our event. Thank you for making this project work out well for my students.
January 26, 2010
Better than craft sticks
I use these in my classroom every year. I have my students decorate them the first day of school, and then use them all year for pulling names. The kids love them!
August 3, 2009
Awesome! We had the most fun making puppets. The stick shapes were a wonderful blank canvas for all kinds of fun ideas. Then the kids made a puppet show using the new puppets. Very fun for 4, 6 and 8 year old. I enjoyed it too!
July 10, 2009
Sunday School Must
I use this in all of our Elementary Sunday School classes, as well as an aid in counseling children on various aspects of life. We are able to make individual people according to specific ethnic aspects as well. I can not see our Programs running well without this item. The children request them when not in stock so we try to always have a fair amount on hand at all times. The only improvement might be to offer twice as much for the same price as the material used is not that high of a quality and care still has to be implemented to make sure that they are not broken. I also reccommend that the shipping time be cut down, to have to wait at least three weeks before we get it is bit too much. We will continue to buy this product as long as the price remains the same (we could buy twice as much if it was lower). Thanks, Hummingbirds3
June 30, 2009
Fun for Kids!
I use these often in grief support groups with kids. Every child makes one to represent themselves and each time we meet they place their "Me Stick" in a container that indicates how they are feeling that day: sad, angry, scared, etc. The kids love making themselves, and it's a great way to communicate how they feel in a non threatening way. Before I found these, we used to just put a face on a popsicle stick. These are WAY more fun!
May 28, 2009