A Great Learning Game for pre-schoolers
This adorable, bright-blue chameleon can walk, talk and “eat” bugs — and he sure is hungry. But he's very picky about the insects he eats. pre-schoolers will love playing Chameleon Crunch, a delightfully wacky game that lets them toss tasty bugs into the chomping reptile’s mouth and satisfy his appetite. While having fun with the lovable lizard character, kids will also learn about colors, counting, and matching.
Start the Frenzied Feeding Fun.
Place the 16 included bugs in a large circle — with a diameter of about five feet. Once players are ready, place the chameleon inside the circle and press the button on his back. He starts walking along the edge of the circle, and players wait for his mouth to open, indicating it’s feeding time. When he does, race to collect the color or type of bug you need and toss it in his mouth before it closes again. But be careful — just when you think you’ve got the most bugs in, he’ll open his mouth, and they’ll fly back out. When he’s full, the chameleon stops walking, and whoever has the most bugs in his mouth wins the game.
Two Exciting Ways to Play
Kids can choose two different ways to play the game — Bug Crunch or Color Crunch. For Bug Crunch, each player selects an insect type to feed the chameleon, and for Color Crunch, each player selects a particular color of bug. The 16 bugs include four types of insects (grasshoppers, ladybugs, dragonflies, and butterflies) in four different colors (blue, green, red, and yellow). When kids are done playing, all the bugs fit in the chameleon's mouth for easy storage.
1 x Chameleon Crunch with 16 bugs