Neon Smile Face Stress Balls
Fun toy for kids and stress relief for adults
I bought these as an anger management tool for children. They love the toys but have a real difficult time squeezing them and state they are too hard. They have more fun with "splatting" them on the ground. The hair does fall out easily, but they are just as good without hair. Great stress reliever for adults, but for children I would go with the Squeeze relaxers rather than the stress balls.
August 10, 2011
Very interesting for all
Children and adults were drawn to these equally. Brought smiles to peoples faces.
February 3, 2011
These were a Real Hit!
We were looking for something to represent our positive environment. We saw these and thought "You can shape your own positive environment". They have been a real hit with everyone here. They hold up well, even take abuse. The yarn hair stays in tact and they are really fun to squish and shape.
January 30, 2009
Birthday favors for kids 2-11 yrs old, most of the balls exploded when squeezed by the kids. The corn starch filling was very hard to clean up, must be wash out with water. Two stars for being cute balls for kids. They make a squeaky sound when squeezed.
March 5, 2013
Great fun but easy to pop (messy)
I gave these out to my children and co-workers. EVERYONE loved them at first. But, if you actually use them it pops and a white powder goes everywhere.
February 15, 2013
Do not buy!
I had these stress balls in my treasure box at school. When I pulled one out to give to a student, I squeezed it and "flour" puffed out. The balloon(?) had little cracks and when you squeezed it, white powder shot out. I had to throw them all away.
January 27, 2013
I got these to send to school for first grade prize basket. I gave each of my kids one before sending them in and we all love squishing them. the smiley face and color assortment are cheerful. Love the yarn hair too
January 23, 2013
Great Give Away Items
These are Great Give Away Items. I used them as give-away items in a grab bag for our kids at the office holiday party, as well as the parents - and the staff who helped. Everyone was delighted by them, and found them to be quite engaging and entertaining.
January 1, 2013