Multicolor Porcupine Balls
Great Learning Tool
I am buying more! I use these in my 1st gr classroom as a way to count phonemes as they sound out words. In math they are counters for '100s' place while I use plain porcupine balls for tens and ones. We count, group, add/subtract, estimate and then count the 'fingers'. I use in games, put in birthday bags, kids keep in desks for a fidget. We take handwriting breaks and massage our hands by rolling our palms over the ball on the desktop. I use in cross-brain activities and toss from hand to hand for eye-hand coordination. So many ideas and needs met using this small item. It's what I give as a gift to new teachers in our school. It's great!
July 11, 2010
Serve no purpose
These balls are super small, not squishy (which is a keyword I used in my search) and do not bounce. Basically serve no purpose and do nothing.
April 18, 2013
Colorful and Fun
Recently I purchased these mini-koosh balls as a giveaway for a business showcase. Children and adults loved them.
March 17, 2012
Great for little kids
Got these for the Preschool Egg Hunt instead of candy. The kids love them and the colors are great.
March 5, 2012
These little porcupine balls were a hit at our school carnival. There are very colorful and a have a great texture for kids of all ages.
January 30, 2012
The kids think they are fun to play with and very colorful.
March 15, 2011
I bought these thinking they were soft and pliable, but they are too hard to use in my painting project for 4 year olds. They are cute, but not sure now what to do with them.
January 11, 2011
a little smaller than I was expecting
December 14, 2010
Bright and fun
Bright and fun the kids of all ages.
May 30, 2010
clorful soft sqeezyballsballs
these are softballs lots of clors that can make you happy you can choose any kind you want these also are sqeezy and squishy you willbe confy whene you get these ifyou wheremy friendi wouldnot give abad toybecouse you are my friend i would give you A sqeezy toy thats also soft
January 24, 2010