Super Science Tongs
My kids love them
I bought these for my daughter's 5th birthday party (ladybug theme) as favors for the kids (ages 2-5). The minute we unpacked them from the box, they were a hit! My kids have been picking up everything with them! They do have a very narrow opening, but even my 2 year old figured out how to get around that, he just uses two hands. My 5 year old has no problem using them to pick things up. I also bought the insect finger puppets and the kids have been picking them up and putting them into containers using the tongs. My original plan was to use these tongs to sort the foam insect beads (also from OT) by size, color and type of bug. These seem like they will hold up well and are a good size for little fingers. I am happy with this purchase.
September 28, 2010
These were pretty big, enough for an adult to use comfortably. They worked for our purposes, picking up insects and leaves on a nature scavenger hunt.
March 24, 2014
I ordered these to give my preschoolers practice for small motor strengthening. The tweezers hardly open up, so there is no resistance, to build their finger muscles. These were a very fair price, but not what I expected for the job I intended.
October 5, 2013
Cute and Great for the kids
These are really nice and work well in our science center.
May 30, 2012
I have bought these for my 9 year old daughter's scavenger hunt party. They are very cute and sturdy and will last long after the party. I am very pleased with this purchase.
April 4, 2012
These are cute, and are an added item in "Bug Bags" I make up for the Samaritan's Purse OCC shoebox gifts. However, I was disappointed in the colors I received. I received green ladybugs, red butterflies, and purple frogs...I would have preferred red ladybugs, purple butterflies, and green frogs!
March 4, 2011
Great Purchase, Great Price
I bought these to for my toddler class to use in the texture tub, they are perfect size for their hands and sturdy too!
March 6, 2010
I bought these for my kids to work on picking up pom-poms and putting them in plastic trays....but they have to open them up first before picking anything up with them. Since I have looked for awhile for something like this...we will keep using them.
September 20, 2009