Mini Sticky Tumbling Men
I use these in my Classroom Treasure Box. I have a student that lives to pick these sticky men out for his good behavior!!
September 18, 2012
Sticky Men are one of my favorite (oh yeah, my student's too) treasure box toys. They are so cute and they stick to the whiteboard really well. It is fun to watch them crawl down.
June 7, 2011
One of the funnest toys
these tumbling sticky men where extremely fun for all the kids even my 14 year old. they are very small but actually crawl down the wall limb by limb. way better than other sticky toys. the only negative is that it would be nice if they were a little less expensive because they are such a disposable item.
November 5, 2010
So fun for kids!
My son really loves these! Not just to tumble but just to play with!
March 16, 2014
Super fun, smaller than I expected
These little guys are a lot of fun to play with. The kids watch them over and over again. They are a little small but any bigger and they probably wouldn't work right.
October 16, 2013
These are so small they don't look like "men" and they just stick on the wall. I threw them away.
July 8, 2012
The price is right, and the quality is there, but the size is the deal breaker. I've purchased larger versions of the sticky men and the entertainment value lasted a lot longer. These small sticky men stay at the bottom of my prize box, unclaimed by my students. :(
March 7, 2012
They looked really cute online, however, they are extremely tiny and did not stick to anything in my home.
February 22, 2012
Too small and not tumbling
I was expecting small but not that tiny. Plus they do not tumble down the window. Instead they just fall off.
February 15, 2012
small gooey glob
Purchased as stocking stuffers. For years window crawlers have been a fun staple. Can no longer find them in stores. I was happy to find these at Oriental. Not the quality product I expected. Very small. 48 to the package.......all stuck together in a gooey puzzle. Three crawlers had amputations before I got one extricated to test drive. He could not hang onto the window more than 18 inches. A sad and tragic ending.
December 18, 2011