Mini Goofy Smile Face Magic Springs
These springs are the best value when looking for an item to occupy the hands of trainees. Research says that trainees retain more information if they have something to "fiddle with" - this is certainly true. These springs helped our employees to stay engaged in some tediously detailed presentations. They are of excellent quality and everyone loved them!
September 3, 2010
Great for Operation Christmas Child Boxes & teachers
Bought for Operation Christmas Child Boxes; but can also be used in classroom for teacher's rewards/treasure box.
October 10, 2014
Students Love These!
I use these in my treasure chest for good behavior in my classroom, and the students just can't get enough of them. This is the big, sought-after item each week!
September 16, 2014
Will order again. Excellent value and cute
August 22, 2014
Bought these for a goody bag. They are a big hit!
December 17, 2012
What I Expected...
Purchased for my family reunion to be given as prizes. They were a hit with the children. A great value for the money. Would buy again.
August 5, 2012
Great for my event
I purchased these items for a work function, we are celebrating national "smile" day. They are a good size, come packaged nicely and will be a lot of fun for my phone reps to play with as they are on hold or waiting for call.s
September 30, 2011
bought these before. would buy them again. great for goodie bags (and these were for adults)
June 4, 2010
I buy these for fillers in the shoeboxes I do for Operation Christmas Child every year. They are small and do not do the performance the large ones were made to do, however the kids love them and like to stretch and snap them. Like most plastic springs, the coils come stuck together and need pulled apart.
April 22, 2010
cool for the price
I got these for my bus kids for the holiday break. The quality wasn't too bad, but they were pretty much stuck together at the beginning. I unrolled one to test, and the \n the cute face was no longer straight. They were cool for the price though.
December 28, 2009