Interlocking Bone Candies
I began purchasing these fun candies when I was the room parent for my children's classrooms. They were always a huge hit. I am still buying them for my grown-up children and specifically for a daughter who is studying radiology. When they were little, we used the candies to learn the names of the bones. We are past that stage now, but they still bring back fun memories.
October 16, 2010
Tons of fun to build the skeleton. Note, if it doesn't fit easily your doing it wrong! Don't force the pieces or you will break it. My kids did not like the taste of the candy.
November 6, 2012
Unique treat to put in favor bags, kids seemed to like the flavor.
November 1, 2012
Not Edible in My Opinion!
Although these are darling, they don't taste good at all. All my kids spit them out!
October 22, 2012
Really cute skeleton candies
I teach second grade and have given these skeleton candies to my classes for several years. Each class has been absolutely delighted with them. I am sure that this year's class will be no exception. While they are not really anatomically correct, they give students a fun way to see that bones do connect throughout the body. These candies would be fun for all elementary-age children and beyond.
October 21, 2012
Fun halloween Candy
These look so fun I had to open one before Halloween. They are fun. They make a complete skeleton and my son said they were yummy. Trick or treat kids in my neighborhood will love them.
October 2, 2012
Grandkids Loved It
The kids loved the skeleton candy and putting the puzzle bones together!!
September 23, 2012
Kids love the candy
Bought the candy for Halloween, so far the kids love them. Can't wait to hand out something a little different this year.
September 10, 2012