Capture smiles and learning with the Fun-2-3 Instant Camera™! This pretend camera inspires imaginary play with picture-taking activities and pop-up animal pictures. Five double-sided photo cards feature two sides of play and learning. The first side includes early learning about animals, shapes, colors and numbers one through five. Flip to the second side for fun facts about animals and habitats. Help children practice what they're learning by searching cards for shapes and counting objects. Strengthen motor skills by grasping and pushing down the cards, turning the zoom lens and clicking the shutter button. Turn the viewfinder color wheel to see the world in yellow, blue or green! Learn about opposites by spinning the lens from day to night. When kids are done playing, easily slip the photo cards onto the included wrist strap for quick cleanup and storage. Imaginative play makes learning a snap!
Take pretend pictures
Pretend to take instant animal pictures with five double-sided photo cards.
Snap and learn
Photo cards teach about colors, shapes and numbers on the first side.
Flip cards for deeper learning
On the back of each card, children can learn about animal habitats and practice counting and identifying shapes and objects in the pictures.
Grasp, push, turn and click
Strengthen motor skills by grasping and pushing down the cards, turning the zoom lens and clicking the shutter button.
Learn about opposites
Spin the zoom lens to day or night to learn about opposites with sounds and phrases.
Experiment with colors
Change your filter to green, blue or yellow as you look through the color wheel viewfinder.
Store the cards on the wrist strap
When play is done, slide all the cards onto the wrist strap for easy cleanup and storage.
- 2 AAA Batteries
- Product weight: 0.41 kg
- Fine Motor Skills
The Learning Difference
“The Fun-2-3 Instant Camera™ brings early learning into focus by encouraging little ones to recognize numbers, colors and shapes in vibrant photo cards. We designed fun, engaging activities to strengthen connections between what they hear and see in the photos during play.” Ben J. Miller, Ph.D., LeapFrog Learning Expert