"I used these bandanas with the train conductor hats for my sons 4th birthday party. They looked really cute on the kids, bu some kids didnt want to wear them (ages 1-5 years old). The best thing about them was we could dunk them in water and tie them around the kids necks to keep them cool as they ran around the train park the party was held at. I would recommend especially for the extra picture cuteness."
"I had a small train party for my son (only about 6 kids total) so I decided to use these buckets to hold party prizes for all of the kids. They are super cute and a good plastic, but they are a lot smaller than I thought. I had to cram all of the stuff in them. The upside is that my son is looking forward to using it as his candy holder for Halloween too so Im really happy I got them in the long run. If you are having just a few kids its worth the investment, but if its a large party it will be a large expense that you dont need."
"I used these for my sons 4th birthday party and everyone did like them. The main issues are that they smell horrible (like paint and glue) and I had to soak and wash them really well and even then it still lingered. Also they are not really well made. Three arrived broken and another one broke at the party. It was a cute addition to my sons 4th birthday but I wouldnt buy them again."
"These are made so well and all the kids wore them! They are soft, comfortable and kept the sun out all the kids eyes. Made my sons 4th birthday pictures that much more cute too. Everyone from adults down to a one year old wore them! I highly recommend! I also purchased the bandanas."
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Wind Up Train
Includes (1) Wind Up Train. Plastic; 4". Ages 3+.
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Reviewed by: Jamiesmommy
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Title: Most loved
Date:June 15, 2012
"I had everything you can imagine in my sons train buckets, but this toy was by far the hit of the party. During down time they even raced the trains against each other! Highly recommended for party prizes or buckets. It even took a dive off of the table a few times and didnt break."