Fruit-Shaped Stress Toys
worked great for the "food fight" at the birthday party
Bought a few dozen of these along with the ones that look like cupcakes to stage a "food fight" for my son's 7th birthday party. All the kids had fun with them, they are soft enough so no one got hurt, and the quality was good for the price. Was planning on giving them out to the attendees to keep but my kids squirreled them away so they could keep them, LOL.
February 16, 2012
Cute, good size
Got these as part of the goody bag for my child's birthday party, and was pleased with them. They're cute and bigger than I expected.
October 21, 2011
Bought these for a game in Bible class related to Daniel and his friends making good choices.
February 27, 2014
Fruit of the Spirit activity
kids enjoyed these. I used them in a skit & for a game as well as for incentives given to children that brought in examples of witnessing fruit of the spirit attributes during the week. :) I have enjoyed hearing the children tell how they have seen acts of: Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness,& Self Control. :D
January 13, 2014
Vibrant Colors, Great Size!
I'm doing a Farmer's Market birthday party so I was so excited to find the vegetable stress balls and the apple stress balls. Then to my delight, I found these fruit stress balls a few months later - my party is not until March! These are such a great size, the color is vibrant and the quality is excellent! I can not recommend these enough! I bought 3 dozen of these and they all came in great shape. FANTASTIC purchase!
November 12, 2013
I bought these squeeze fruit for my students who can't keep still. It is more productive for them to squeeze a ball than to constantly tap their pencil, which disrupts lessons. Only the strawberrys worked as a squeeze ball. The other fruit were well made but too hard to squeeze. This would be a great purchase if I taught Kindergarten and wanted fruit for my playhouse, however, not so great for the purpose I had in mind.
September 12, 2012
Fun to play with.
December 18, 2011