Porcupine Character Assortment
I am a child therapist and I use them in the reward chest after sessions. The children all really like them. Great buy.
April 19, 2012
I purchased these as part of my "treasure box" and my 6th grade kids love them.
June 6, 2011
Kids loved them
These were bought for a carnival party. The kids loved winning these. Good size too, not too small.
February 27, 2012
Fun to share items
This assortment is a fun assortment of items to share with visiting children! I wish there was the choice of ordering just one type of porcupine critter like the green frogs or the pink bunnies.
February 22, 2012
Cute but small
These are cute but you do need to know they are small. The body portion is about the size of a ping pong ball. Some are really cute, but I seem to have gotten way more "alien" ones than I would like. Also way more flamingo ones. Wish there were more of the really cute ones like the rabbit and the frog. Only got two or three of those. They are cute for a very small type of reward or prize and would be great for party bags for kids' birthday parties.
August 22, 2011
The kids think they're fun!
April 26, 2011
A nice addition to the balls and yo-yos. So far not a big hit in the reward bag, but a good warm-up or cool-down for young language learners. They like to play with them, but don't seem to want to take them home, not when they can have a ball or yo-yo. But lotsa good conversation starters for the money!
April 7, 2011
We bought these as prizes for a K-8 school carnival and the kids loved picking through the basket to find their favorite animal. My daughter especially like the monkey but all the boys wanted the aliens.
October 20, 2010
I have always loved the porcupine characters. This assortment has some really cute characters -- love the giraffe!! I think they would be great for kids of all ages.
October 15, 2010
These were used in a class treasure chest and a hit with the kindergarteners. The animals and insects were particularly cute. Some don't look like animals and a few didn't have the faces painted on straight but the kids didn't care.
August 28, 2010