Fisher-Price Think & Learn Smart Scan Color Chameleon Preschool Toy

Helps teach color recognition, numbers, counting, following directions and more!

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This adorable toy Chameleon encourages preschoolers to explore the world of colors and numbers. Press the button on the Chameleon's tail to scan one of the 10 paint splats and Chameleon will identify that color! Or, spread the paint splats on the floor, pick a play mode and be prompted to follow directions, sing, count, play games and more. Kids can even try scanning other items from around the room, like a book or a toy, to see what happens! They'll have a blast with this "colorful" friend! There are 3 fun & interactive ways to play: Colors, Counting and Games. In Colors mode, the Chameleon encourages color hunts and other interactive play to help kids understand the difference between colors and identify each color by name. "That's red! Now find the color blue!" In Numbers & Counting mode, as kids scan the numbered color splats, the Chameleon helps them count from 1-10. "Let's go on a number hunt! I'll tell you what number to look for! Ready? Show me the number 4!" The Chameleon can also help teach your preschooler how to sort and classify colors. In Games mode, kids will love trying to beat the clock as they play timed games like Follow the Lights and Counting Colors! "Find 5 blue objects in 10 seconds. Ready? Go." In this mode, preschoolers are having lots of fun while they're learning to listen & follow directions! Smart Scan Color Chameleon is one of the new Think & Learn toys from Fisher-Price that goes beyond ABCs and 123s to help children learn how to think independently. Each toy fosters 21st century skills like curiosity, experimentation and problem solving in ways kids haven't seen before. They're engaged in hands-on, open-ended discovery that helps them become lifelong learners. Includes 4 AAA (R03) Carbon Zinc batteries.
• This Chameleon teaches colors and counting in a whole new active (and fun) way!
• Press the button on his tail to scan a paint splat (or an object from around the room!) and he'll identify the color!
• 3 interactive modes to play & learn: Colors, Numbers & Counting, and of course, Games!
• Includes Smart Scan Color Chameleon and 10 paint and number splats
• Helps teach color recognition, numbers, counting, following directions and more!


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Assembled Depth (in.)
4.1252 in
Assembled Length (in.)
4.1252 in
Assembled Weight (lbs.)
2.2000 lb
Assembled Width (in.)
11.0000 in
Batteries included
Batteries required
Battery Size
Choking Hazard Warning
Educational Focus
Letters and Numbers, Shapes and Colour
Interactive Features
Speaks, Plays Music/Sings
Number of batteries required
Product Type
Learning Toys
Age 3-5, Age 5-8
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
Model #

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Fisher-Price Think & Learn Smart Scan Color Chameleon Preschool Toy is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy this, it teaches wrong colors. I don't think it's a good idea to buy this toy. It consistently tells the kid he has the wrong answer, and sometimes identifies the wrong colors, saying a dark red is brown etc. I get that a toy can't be expected to have the precision of expensive equipment, but that's why this kind of thing shouldn't be a toy. If a child is learning, it's not helpful to get the wrong answer or be told he's wrong when he's not. I let my 4 year old play with it because he knows the toy is wrong, but he's not allowed to let the two year old play with it. It was a gift or I would return it. I would not buy this, and I highly suggest you don't either.
Date published: 2017-02-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Neat idea - but frustrating implementation Everything starts out fine with the chameleon. We understand its limitations with stuffed animals, the angle you hold it, etc. That is no problem. But the "software" is frustrating: it wants to control the play, and does not let the kids decide - it changes play modes whether you want it to or not. Actually, there are two issue we have. First: It takes almost HALF A MINUTE while it "boots up" after you turn the chameleon on (the chameleon gives his introduction "speech"). For the very first time, this is fine. But my daughter knows the toy, and wants to start scanning right away. If it truly needs time to "boot up", then that is fine - why not have the chameleon say "Hi, I'm getting my painvbrush warmed up, and you can start scanning in a second" - it would teach patience, and it makes sense (lots of things require preparation in life). But yelling "CHAMELEON IS MY NAME, CHANGING COLORS IS MY GAME, BLAH BLAH" every single time you start up, sometimes kills her excitement. Listen to the video, and see what I mean. For a kid that wants to start scanning, they don't understand why they have to listen to that intro every time. Second: but that is not the most frustrating thing - we of course teach her to be patient as much as possible. What is worse, is that after just a couple of minutes scanning colors in the first mode, the chameleon decides BY ITSELF to change to another mode - for instance, game more (where it tells you a color, and you have to find and scan it). Why????????????? My daughter way playing happily in the basic scan mode, and she DID NOT want to change the mode, and THE MODE BUTTON WAS NOT TOUCHED. But no, that is not good enough - Fischer Price wants to change the mode on her. So we is left with the option of trying to cycle through the modes by pushing and holding the button, or to switch it off and then back on again (with that annoying introduction). Both take a lot of time away from play, and frustrate her. She abandons the toy over 50% of the time that IT CHANGES MODES ON HER, WHEN SHE DID NOT WANT IT TO. Who wants to be bossed around by a plastic toy? Why, Fischer Price, why? Were the engineers bored? How hard would it have been to leave modes stable, and maybe have another "random" option. I have not seen any user manual that it is in some soft of "demo" mode that we need to turn off, so this is clearly how you designed it. We would have bought many more as gifts for friends, but cannot recommend something where the mode button says one thing, but the chameleon change it on you after only a few minutes of play. So parents: If you want your child to have a chameleon boss it around, then by all means, get this toy. But if you want your child to make their own decisions, and have toys that behave logically and predictably, then stay away. We showed this to a teacher we know, and she thought the same thing: what if you wanted to explore and scan for 10 minutes around the house or classroom? NOPE. THE CHAMELEON WILL NOT LET YOU. After just 2 minutes, it says LETS PLAY SOMETHING ELSE. Ugh.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good potential but falls a bit short Like others have said sometimes it's hard to get it to identify colors correctly. It does great when using the paint splatters it comes with, but it can't change colors to black,brown. Why include colors in the box it can't change to? Or better yet, those are common colors so why not make the chameleon able to change to those colors? Great learning toy and great concept just not quite complete.
Date published: 2016-12-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Mine didn't work My daughter really liked the camelon changing lights but when my daughter would scan a color the camelon would say a different color. But other than that i like it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-08-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super cute! Cute little chameleon. My niece is going to love him!
Date published: 2016-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from fun color learning best coloring learning toy that's came out by far
Date published: 2016-11-11
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