6 Rainbow Clipboards
this product was very durable, it has with stand children droping the clipboard on the floor without cracking or breaking.
December 16, 2010
Love, Love, Love
Love Love these! They are SO cute! The colors are outstanding, the quality is superb. I mean how cute are these???? We used them for a scavenger hunt, and after holding the list for each team to hunt with, they became the prizes for the winning team. The clips are strong. They are real clipboards just much, much cuter. :)
July 4, 2010
Good price. Great Colors.
I purchased these for use in my elementary school classroom. I had read other reviews about the clipboards being "flimsy", so I didn't know what to expect upon arrival. While these are not as sturdy as more expensive clipboards, these are sturdy enough for everyday use; however, there is a little "give" in the back board part, but this doesn't affect usage. Students have dropped them on the floor several times and none have broken or cracked. (One did arrive scratched - I don't think it was packaged properly.) The clip part holds very well and is sturdy. The colors are fun, bright and cheerful.
May 17, 2014
1 arrived broken, but problem was resolved quickly. They seem sturdy & the colors are beautiful!
October 29, 2010
My clipboards arrived in good condition, just not exactly as expected. I did receive 6 different colors, but the green, orange, and pink (not red) are more fluorescent than pictured. And did I mention, the red is PINK? So much for the color coordinated rainbow colors to match everything else I bought... I still plan to keep. I'll try taping red paper behind the pink clipboard to darken it up a bit before hanging on any bulletin board.
October 13, 2010
Love the color options
August 26, 2010
As a teacher, I purchased these to put on my center tables in the back of my room that are covered with tablecloths. They are so colorful and fun looking, that I think my children will get a kick out of using them. One tidbit..... they arrived fine but I could understand why some recieved them cracked or broken... the packaging needs to include bubble wrap or something to ensure their safe arrival.. But as I stated mine arrived in great condition, although I don't know how since the packaging was so poor.
August 10, 2010
Colorful and useful
These arrived intact and they seem like they'll work fine for adult use. I will be using them for assessing students and plan to hang them up around the room to make this easier to do. The colors will help me differientiate what I am assessing--i.e., blue for physical development, red for speech development, etc. I wouldn't recommend them for children's use as the plastic back seems like it could break or crack rather easily.
November 22, 2009
Did The Trick
I used these clipboards for my daughter's Rainbow Magic Fairy 9th birthday party. The rainbow colors were perfect and the boards did the trick for the girls to write on for the scavenger hunt, the word search and the memory game. Several arrived broken with the metal clips askew or broken off completely. That said, Oriental Trading replaced them overnight with a new set. Good for children for limited usage.
September 11, 2009
Super Survey Boards
If you want to encourage math, critical thinking, writing, and addition skills, these boards are just the thing. I use them as survey boards and their lightweight, sturdy and colorful design is a plus. Two students create a survey question and use a class list of first names to check each student's response. Examples: Which do you like better, cats or dogs? (or) Are you wearing long sleeves or short sleeves? Surveys are conducted by the children themselves. I allow the children to think of the survey question, write it at the top of a sheet of paper attached to the clipboard, and conduct the survey during 'Free Choice Time". They don't realized they are learning because it's so much fun! Survey results are compiled on larger charts during Group Time which are kept until the last day of school and then given away to the children. Then they become keepsakes of the school experience and promote further learning. The colorful clipboards remain in school for use by next year's incoming class of learners.
July 30, 2009