Springy Easter Pop-Ups
These work out just fine for our annual Easter Egg Hunt. Fit nicely in plastic eggs. The kids love to have competitions with them. See whose goes first or highest.
February 15, 2010
adults have fun with these too!
We sell easter eggs with some prizes in a bar to raise money for Special Olympics and this is one of the favorite prizes. The adults try to land In glasses or see whose pops first. Maybe they don't last forever, but still think a good value.
March 4, 2014
Fell apart within a week
The kids liked these but they fell apart within a week. Definitely not worth the money.
April 23, 2011
Kids love these
I do a easter party for a club and the kids loves these. They are well worth the money. Not made cheap.
February 27, 2010
the kids at my student store liked these, and they sold ok
April 9, 2009
Good addition to baskets
I added two of these to each basket so the children could see which one would pop up first.
They were smaller than I thought, but I didn't notice the size that was given in the description.
April 7, 2009
If you're not expecting much, then get these
You have a 50/50 chance of these actually popping up. Very disappointing. Cheaply made, but then, I guess you get what you pay for! Don't expect too much. They are really tiny. The 2.5" measurement is when they are fully extended.
April 5, 2009
They were very cute. I used them for my first grade class and they were delighted! :)b
April 1, 2009
My grandkids enjoyed playing with these - even the 10 year old. The pop-ups jump just a little so you don't have to worry about them flying across the room.
February 28, 2009