Religious Paddleball Games
These were purchased as a prize for our "Jacob's Ladder" game at our Fall Festival. The children really loved them and they were able to take home a message about God which was the whole purpose of the festival.
November 3, 2010
I bought these for prizes for our church festival. I am very pleased with this purchase so I went back and bought extras
July 21, 2011
Be prepared to make repairs
Within the first five minutes of use, about half of the paddleball strings came unattached. I would suggest tying double loops before handing them out to children.
July 13, 2011
Very cheaply made
I bought this same product one or two years ago and I do not remember it being so cheaply made. Of course the price is very low but the items are frustrating and disappointing because the elastic band is so short it is very difficult to get a good rythm
going. And the paddles are made of very thin wood which further hinders the rebound. I bought them to take with me to a foreign country next week but now I feel like the kids would be disappointed.
January 2, 2011
I used these as Sunday School attendance prizes. The ball had broken from the rubber strings before class was even over. Not made to hold up to even minimal play. Would not order again.
January 25, 2010
The balls came off, the rubber bands broke or the whole string and ball combo came off. The kids cried it was a bad VBS project.
August 10, 2009
Cute paddleball games but cheaply made
I bought these as a treat for my Children in Action group. I gave the paddleball games to them last night. 5 of the 12 I bought broke within 1 minute of them opening them. I had some really dissappointed kids!
July 2, 2009
Kids really enjoyed
June 28, 2009
We have purchased paddleball games every year for our Fall Festival and have yet to be disappointed with what we have received. The children love these prizes. We love that these have a religious theme as well.
May 25, 2009
These are regular size paddle balls. They were perfect for prizes at our church Easter egg hunt.
April 8, 2009