Mini Glow-in-the-Dark Rubber Duckies
Glowed during power outage
We had just finished a spirited game of "smoking prevention bingo" and I gave the winning students the duckies. The bell rang. During the next class periods, due to high winds, there was a power outage at the middle school where I teach. My next class heard screams coming from the PE class in the gym next door. Then," ..follow the light!!!" ...and then the sound of running footsteps. The power quickly returned. Later, I found out that "the light", was one of duckies given out as a prize in my class.. .
February 26, 2011
The description was very accurate but mine did not glow such a bright green as the photo shows. The ones I received had the painting on perfectly and they will glow without long exposure to light. A popular item with grownups and kids.
September 3, 2010
The kids love them!
We use the ducks as a reward for completing lessons and the kids have all completed extra lessons to get ducks!
March 4, 2014
Worked for What I needed
I used these for a game for our National Kid's Day. They were a bit smaller than I thought they'd be, but worked perfectly. We threw them in a pool with packing peanuts for the kids to "hunt". It was a huge success and they glow really well. Even my staff each had to claim one!
November 6, 2013
Small but cute
little smaller than I had pictured and some of the paint on the beaks are a little smudged - but still cute.
March 7, 2012
Perfect for Snowglobes!
I bought these for baby-shower gifts. They are the PERFECT size to glue into 4oz baby food jars and make into mini snow-globe gifts--see the picture attached. They are adorable! If I charge them enough, they glow super bright too. They're going to be a hit at the shower. :) Painting on the beaks/eyes are a little off on a lot of them, but it's no big deal. Eyes are easily fixed with a marker. Totally cute, tiny ducks!
February 6, 2012
read the fine print
tiny and dont float upright lay on the sides
July 11, 2011
Excellent Easter Purchase
These mini ducks were a big hit. I placed them inside the plastic golden eggs with a piece of foiled wrapped chocolate egg candy for a festive Easter surprise. I passed them out at work and everyone loved them! Playing the Easter Bunny was so much fun!!!! However, these ducks are too small to give to toddlers or babies. The regular sized ducks should be given to very young children.
April 17, 2011
Cute, but they don't really glow-in-the-dark very well.
April 9, 2011
I apparently did not read the description well enough before purchasing. Too tiny to be useful.
October 31, 2010