What a special way to pass on good behavior moments to the parents. I love "let me tell you about it" that is on each bracelet! Nice selection of good behaviors to brag on in this pack.
September 18, 2012
Good incentive bracelets
Bought this for my Brownie Girl Scout troop, while we go over and learn about politeness and manners. We catch them doing good.
May 17, 2011
The bracelets, themselves, are cute. I loved the idea of using them for rewards, but I didn't realize they are paper. I thought they were slap bracelets. My bad...
They are meant for children's wrists, but if you tape them to a child's wrist size, most of the words/design is covered up.
December 20, 2014
This was a good purchase to encourage children
I love the bracelets and they were an encouragement to the children. It also gave the children an opportunity to share with their parents what caused them to receive the bracelet. The tabs that peel off should be wider. And please offer WWE products. Kids love them.
February 17, 2014
These supplies are very good and come in bulk so u have enough for everyone!
August 12, 2013
Very poorly made. "sticky" part for the bracelet does not stick after a few seconds, so I have to end up taping it on student which takes twice as long and wastes my tape.
September 30, 2012
These are a great reward for kids of all ages. I bought them for the Special Ed class and they were a big hit.
August 31, 2012
A lot of my middle school students need reminders on how to be more respectful towards others--that's why these polite bracelets are perfect for them. It would be nice though if they were slap braces.
March 18, 2012
My 3rd graders love these. I give out one a day and really play it up. They are great quality. Very colorful. They are a little big for the tiny wrists in my class. For some students I'll have to cut and tape, but that's not difficult. Only 6 cents to make a child feel special each school day- that's a great price!
August 24, 2011
These are a little big, I got them for my home daycare, they work but I just have to cut them smaller and use a piece of tape to secure them.
January 10, 2011