Creature feature

These tiny rubbery creatures were my secret weapon.  My kids always looked forward to the times that I would take out my collection of tiny little toys.   This would only be in restaurants and on special occasions when  we were in a confined space and I needed them to behave.  The creepy collection worked like a charm.

Maybe too well.  Turns out these little critters could have traumatized my daughter for life.  Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

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  1. May 22nd, 2009 at 03:51 | #1

    I would love to have these for two reasons. One…I teach 5th grade and they would be great to hang from the bulletin board or ceiling during creature week and I also have a son…WHAT BOY DOESN’T LOVE CREAPY CRAWLEYS!

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  2. Amanda Keef
    May 22nd, 2009 at 06:12 | #2

    OOOOOHHHHHH Those would be perfect BRIBERY for my preschoolers. I could use it for their treasure box, their water tables, our summer party we will have in July, or just simply a nice gift from the teacher! Or maybe just maybe those could go in my sons reward potty jar!!!!

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  3. May 22nd, 2009 at 08:52 | #3

    I would love to include these creepy critters in the end-of-year basket I’m putting together for my twins’ preschool teacher. She’s always trolling garage sales for fun things to use in her cash strapped California classroom and would be most appreciative.

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  4. Stacy
    May 22nd, 2009 at 09:39 | #4

    These are the coolest creatures I’ve ever seen!!! We would play our hearts out with these!!! We have a lot of cool clutter in the house but none such as this. Please think about us!!!

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  5. Chelsea
    May 22nd, 2009 at 11:02 | #5

    I would love these…and they would probably be used like you did….only when really needed for a change of direction! Thanks!

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  6. Minnie
    May 22nd, 2009 at 11:08 | #6

    I would love these bugs for my 7 year old grandson Daniel.(yes he is the twin to the 7 year old granddaughter) The reason being, he loves these things and he collects like, EVERYTHING, I mean he is so obsessed with collecting that it has led his father to conduct research on Daniel’s obsession. The results were being confined and not having your own space, tends to make a child collect everything. So what you said about you needing them in confined spaces, I can relate to, from my experiences with Daniel. Daniel, his four siblings, and his parents just moved out of my house, they were crammed into a very confined space for two years, which has resulted in Daniel’s obsession. I am a bad pack rat, but Daniel has me beat because when I Freecycle something to others in need he tries to intercept it to keep it here! I spend a lot of time explaining to him about passing things on to others that we no longer need.

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