12 Neon Confetti Bouncing Balls
Exactly what I was looking for!
These bouncy balls are good quality and were exactly what I was looking for. They don't really look like the picture, though. Instead, they are clear with swirls of color throughout. Each ball has a single color swirl (blue, pink, yellow, orange, green, or purple). The different colors were bright and worked out well for our project (we made them into little planets).
February 14, 2012
Great for game
Can't go wrong with bouncy balls for little kids! We used them for party games and give-aways.
August 26, 2009
Exactly what I wanted
I was looking for items that I could include in a party take home bag. My audience was 3-8 year olds. They all loved this ball. There wasn't anything weird about them or the rubber they were made from. The colors were good and they bounced!
January 16, 2014
Better than any previous year's hi bounce ball
My 10th grade chemistry students get a little toy kit to explore potential and kinetic energy. The bounce is superb for these, and the colors delighted all the students. There were no rejects.
January 1, 2014
I work with a reading program and these balls made a great reward for the kids hard work. Both the boys and girls loved them.
September 20, 2013
these turned out good but i expected a lillte bit bigger, they bounce great the colors in the picture a re more pretty than in person, but overall they worked out for goody bags
November 22, 2010
Great for treat bags!
November 17, 2010
great bouncy balls
i got this for a party favor for my daughter's 6th birthday party. kids liked them. i didn't find that the ones we got had any smell, unlike some of the earlier reviewers... but then again, i didn't deliberately sniff them :)
June 30, 2010
Good bouncy balls
These are hard, very bouncy balls. Our kids liked them a lot. They aren't extraodinary for the price, but very acceptable.
January 20, 2010
The picture is a lot better than the product itself. These balls are really small- I wont be able to use them for prizes for small children (choking hazard). They are incredibly overpriced considering the size and quality of the balls.
January 7, 2010