Religious Cross Kick Balls
Plastic bag inside breaks easily. Stuff comes out.
I was very disappointed with these balls. Just a few minutes after our Sunday School children started playing with these, the bag inside broke and white flaky rock pieces started falling out. Very poor design! The outside bag was very nice, but these are unusable. We had to throw them away.
May 23, 2014
Kids TRYING to win this prize!
We have a prize box for our Scouts. They only get 5 seconds to reach and pull out a prize. THIS is the prize they are trying to get!
October 12, 2013
Fell apart within 10 minutes!
Terrible, poor quality. Please reconsider this purchase. They fell apart the first day, within 10 minutes of 9 year olds using them for a ring toss.
Good: They look nice.
Bad: They fell apart within 10 minutes of being used gently for a ring toss game.
Cheap price but cheap quality. I am out $10 which is not enough to bother with returning them. Save YOURSELF money and time and DO NOT buy these.
June 19, 2012
Great scripture memory incentive!
bought these kickballs to replace yoyo's as a scripture memory prize. Children in all grades k-5 love them and they hold up well to the children's play. Just bought more to restock the prize box!
February 4, 2012
Already broken after 1 week
Already falling apart after 1 use and 1 week
February 3, 2012
I teach 7th-8th grade Sunday School, and try to have fun prizes for kids who bring their Bibles or a friend or have a birthday, etc. - it's easy to find things that girls would like, so I was excited to discover these since I thought the boys would appreciate them. Turns out everyone loves them! In fact, we're now on our second box of these because the high school kids keep snitching them! I'm just glad the kids all enjoy them - it helps make church a fun place to be. No problems after about 3 months with them falling apart, and these kids aren't easy on them!
December 15, 2011
Missed by a thread
I was excited about these as an option for the boy prizes. The boys were excited too (even though all of them were different sizes, still not a big deal). I asked the boys to let me know how the kick balls held up. The boys told me that the balls lost all the filling as they played with them. Some of them fell apart where the tag was attached. Others were not sown tight enough together to begain with. Quality needs improved.
June 10, 2011