Roylco Inc. Really Big Buttons 60/Pkg.
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- Extra Large Buttons are great for stringing, sorting, gluing or counting!
- Shapes and colors may vary.
- Perfect for small hands!
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I also saw someone take them and attach one to each finger tip of a glove. That makes a fun toy for using with smaller babies because you have the colors and also some noise.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not as big as stated on the site. I purchased these for toddler crafts. They are not what was pictured. Only a few even come close to an inch. Bummer!Published 1 month ago by EMLee
great for threading and playing with as travel entertainment.Published 2 months ago by M. J. Hartzell
These buttons are a great size to teach kids how to sew on buttons. The large size makes them very easy to handle and the colors are bright enough to hold their attention.Published 2 months ago by JEAN M. HAYES
These are great for my almost two year old! I bought them with laces and she loves to thread them onto the string! Great work for little hands.Published 2 months ago by Stephanie Amanda morris
These buttons give you a wide variety of shapes. And there are multiples of each. So I would recommend these.Published 2 months ago by Farley
Best quality; bright colors; great shapes; generous size; kids love the smooth feel and heft for patterns, sorting, graphing, lining up, and just plain exploring. Good product!Published 3 months ago by Claire Wholley
Our daughter started showing a fascination with buttons around 8 or 9 months old (her first word was actually button. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Heather Bix
They are just as advertised, really big buttons! I'm using them for games and for pattern activities with my youngest students. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amy Obermayer
I like crafty and duel purpose items.
I was looking for buttons that we could use for multiple things. Read more