These are Animal Eye Viewers. They come in a set of 3, including an insect, a shark and a chameleon.
With these fun viewers your children can get an idea of how each of these different animals views the world.
With the insect viewer your child will see things as an insect with compound eyes sees things, thanks to the pixelated view through many lenses.
With the chameleon viewer your child can move the eyes in separate directions just like a chameleon can do, seeing in two different directions at once.
With the shark viewer your child will see things though a blue haze, along with not being able to see straight ahead, but being able to see behind them as a shark does.
Each Animal Eye Viewer comes with a little bit of information about the animal along with instructions on how to find the free downloadable play-and-learn activities. These activities include:
- Why animals don't play baseball.
- Don't sneak up behind a shark.
- Zap a (pretend) bug.
- Going buggy with insect eyes
- along with a couple more, plus fun suggestions of things to view through the eye viewers.
These are great for pretend play and for extension activities if you are learning about these sort of animals.
The Animal Eye Viewers can be purchased from Educational Insights for $27.99. You can also purchase them at Amazon.
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Disclosure: I received the GeoSafari Jr. Kidnoculars from Educational Insights in exchange for my honest review. I received no further compensation. This did not in any way influence my review. I only recommend products I use personally and feel will be a good products for my readers.