Obstacle Course Ring Set
Great for preschoolers
I bought these to use as hula hoops for preschool classes. They are good quality hoops but too small for children older than preschool age to use as hoops. Great to use for obstacle courses though!
September 8, 2014
Better than hula hoops!
I used these for an obstacle course. They are sturdy and the colors are bright and easy to see in the grass.
August 16, 2014
Great for kids!
I use these hoops with kids ages 3-5 in our Awana club. The kids absolutely love them and I love them because they are quite sturdy and hold up to a lot of tugging and pulling. They are a much better value than other "hula hoops" I've bought at retail stores.
February 5, 2014
Exactly as describes
I use these hoops as part of a pre-dance class for 3-5 year olds. Perfect for them to build coordination stepping in and out, learning new steps, or even just to sit in as we stretch!
November 17, 2012
Bought 2 sets of these rings to be used on a church float which had a summer Olympic theme. We took out the orange one, sprayed painted the purple one with black paint.We then had all 5 rings which represented all the continents that participate in the Olympics.
August 20, 2012
Lots of fun, but...
My three kids use these rings for all sorts of games and pretend play outside, however they didn't stand up to much stress. After a couple of tosses in the air one day, a couple of them broke in half.
November 23, 2010
Large, Sturdy Rings
These are sturdier than many Oriental Trading products. The kids have a blast with them - most recently, they hung them from tree branches to try to throw paper airplanes through them.
May 30, 2010
Bought these thinking they would be like hula hoops only smaller. They are just rings, not good for rolling.
March 29, 2010