Mini Glow-in-the-Dark Snakes
Kids love glow in the dark!
Kids love glow in the dark!! These were very popular at out carnival.
October 24, 2010
These are a cool glow in the dark addition in a goodie bag but they aren't gummy
I bought these for birthday goodie bags thinking they were gummy like but they are actually stiff. They glow in the dark really well and the kids loved them. Great value. You get a lot for under $7.
March 23, 2012
Cute but a Waste
We bought these for our library's various "non-Halloween" events. They smelled like chemicals and were horribly tiny and flimsy. The younger kids seemed to like them, but the glow was pretty weak. I wouldn't spend money on them again.
November 1, 2011
These hardly glow at all. I've had them sitting out in full daylight for four days and you can't even see them in the dark. Picture is very misleading.
October 24, 2011
THESE ARE NOT BIG!!!!
I bought these thinking that I would use them as table decorations for our Halloween party. I thought they were like glow sticks and that when you snap them, they'd glow, but they are not like that. They are the hold under the light kind. They are whitish when seen in the light.
July 26, 2011
They need some instructions. When they were first opened, they didn't glow. Luckily a friend advised to place them under a light for awhile. Now they glow. They lose their glow so you have to keep putting them under a light to glow again.
October 21, 2010
We bought these glow in the dark "snakes" for a western childrens function at our school. It was a bit disappointing and a little embarrassing to present what looked like cheap plastic little worms as prizes to the students. The worms did glow in the dark as promised, but were otherwise not at all what was expected.
April 27, 2010
Students received these as prizes and they really enjoyed them. Even though they were small, they liked them more than some of the other prizes.
January 26, 2010
Small snakes, but lots of 'em
This batch comes in a large quantity, which is good because you're going to need more than one to make it seem worthwhile as part of a goody bag. (I gave out three to each kid.) They are small and lightweight. They do glow in the dark. They do make eight year old boys happy.
November 19, 2009