Kangaroo’s Flying Paper Airplanes; (32-Count) Valentine’s Day Cards For Kids

February 11, 2018 - Comment

Kangaroo Has Done It Again. This Time With A Special Valentines Card Assortment That Also Acts As Paper Airplanes That Can Be Flown Rather Than Handed To That Special Friend. 32 Paper Airplane Valentines, 2 Unique Pilot Stickers and 4 Different Paper Airplane Designs. Recommended For Ages 3 and Up. One Kit is Typically Enough

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Kangaroo Has Done It Again. This Time With A Special Valentines Card Assortment That Also Acts As Paper Airplanes That Can Be Flown Rather Than Handed To That Special Friend. 32 Paper Airplane Valentines, 2 Unique Pilot Stickers and 4 Different Paper Airplane Designs. Recommended For Ages 3 and Up. One Kit is Typically Enough for One Full Classroom. We Think These Are The Best Valentine Day Cards for Kids on the Market!

Comments

Kara says:

Super fun for both boys and girls! These arrived on time and in in perfect condition. I was skeptical as to what these were going to be like… I am pleased to find they are very nice quality. They are going to be super easy for even the kindergartners I purchased the for to make on their own. Easy directions and lines to follow. Plus they are made out of sturdy cardstock/poster board type paper. So they will hold up to a little flying abuse the kids will put them through. I say these are a win! Only reason I did not give them…

Northern Exposure says:

The cards are fun but don’t come with enough envelopes The cards are fun and a great alternative to candy. I am disappointed though because they only come with 16 envelopes, not enough to put all the valentines in. The envelopes are a necessity because there is a little sticker for the airplanes that go in each one.

SN says:

Hard but able to make with practice! When I first got it I couldn’t wait to see what it would be like, but when I was trying to fold it it didn’t work. I folded a whole bunch left over and tried putting a sticker that came with the box and thought that it would be the solution but it didn’t help the situation at alI. The head was too heavy and the folds did not work properly to ensure that the plane flies through the air. I was just about to give up but then I thought about putting tape on it and it worked! It took a little time…

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